Clinical outcomes and proper treatment protocols are directly proportional to the accuracy of the diagnosis. The Digital Motion X-ray, simply stated, is the most advanced diagnostic medical procedural device available today for the motion assessment of animals.
DMX was designed to advance the clinical outcomes and results of animal patients. A body or joint in motion tends to stay in motion as long as there are no impediments to that motion. This is been proven in the human athletic performance industry and now it is available for the veterinary practice.
The DMX has been designed to answer a very important diagnostic question: How does the ankle, knee and fetlock, pastem and coffin joints actually move when the horse flexes and extends the leg? For the first time, the veterinary market will be able to design specific protocols for the specific joints which are moving abnormally.