Ashburn, VA (PressExposure) June 18, 2013 -- Hidden injuries lead to chronic undefined pain and unjustified insurance payments in many cases. The Northern Virginia people who have been seriously injured in accidents and looking for the perfect diagnosis for proper care and insurance claims seem to have a credible portal - DMX Imaging, the leading X ray clinic has announced cutting edge Digital Motion X-Ray technology.
Dr. Thompson, the DMX Imaging Director stressed that they are first in North Virginia to detect hidden injuries with the state of the art Digital Motion X-ray. "Many-a-time normal X-rays and MRIs cannot defect some severe injuries especially sub-failure ligament wounds which leave you with inaccurate diagnosis, acute pain and unjustified insurance payments. But DMX is equipped to detect out the apparently not visible injuries like sub-failure ligament wounds within as little as 15 minutes. It's the best possible diagnostic imaging device for clearly demonstrating soft-tissue wounds, ligament injuries & joint dysfunction", Dr. Thompson said.
DMX is a fluoroscopic X-ray which integrates the contemporary optical and digital technology for producing X-ray of a body when it's in motion.
For years, DMX Imaging has been providing treatments for injury car accident, car accident whiplash and various road accident claims. DMX technology is now proved to be helpful for the patients, doctors and attorneys as well.
"You will need DMX help if you are down with severe headache and pain in upper back or neck or in joint due to car collision or other accidents. It's needed for physicians to find out the proper diagnosis and course of action based on an accurate picture of the patient's injuries. Insurance companies would ask for proof while providing accident and medical compensation to clients. Hence if you are an attorney, count on our DMX technique to get adequate insurance payments for your client on the basis of the right evidence of the injury level", the spokesperson added.
To know more about DMX Imaging, visit [http://digitalmotionxray.com/]