This may seem like a funny question to see on a website like this, yet this is a great analogy for why you want a digital motion x-ray.
Let me explain: Imagine that you just installed security cameras for your home that take a single picture every 5 minutes. The camera is one of the best quality cameras on the market. It can even get extreme detail and a lot of coverage area. Sadly you notice your valuables are disappearing from your home. You go to your security pictures and don't see a single bit of evidence that would explain the missing items.
Does this mean your items are not missing because the pictures do not show anyone taking them? Does this mean you are just crazy and paranoid?
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Does this mean that a thief has figured out your system and steals your items in-between the 5 minutes that each picture was taken?
Your pain is robbing you of a better quality of life, yet the "security cameras" meant to catch these thieves are not catching them.
If this were your home, you probably would have already decided that a full motion video camera would be a better choice to catch the thief.
So, why are you still settling for still pictures to catch that pain that is robbing you of better treatment and possibly a much better quality of life?
RECENT DMX RESEARCH PLACES DMX AS THE GOLD STANDARD FOR DETECTING INTERVERTEBRAL INSTABILITY IN THE CERVICAL SPINE - CLICK HERE- for a link to the article
Improved diagnosis with better imaging - That's Arizona Digital Motion X-Ray