FAQs About the Motion X-Ray

Dr. B.s Motion X-Ray is unlike any other kind of X-Ray or medical imaging. The Motion X-Ray captures live video evidence of your injury in real time from multiple angles. By involving both movement and the influence of gravity on your injury, we can accurately see if you have damage to your upper vertebrae or any of the supporting ligaments in the neck. This could be the hidden cause of your post-concussion-like symptoms. Dr. B.s Motion X-Ray is also great at accessing injuries in joints such as the knee or shoulder. In real-time we can see exactly what is going on inside your injured body part when it moves.

When you get a standard X-Ray, CT scan, or MRI scan, you’re always laying down. When lying down in a stationary position, your vertebrae and ligaments return to a happy equilibrium - hiding any dysfunction or injury. It’s only when we factor in gravity and motion during the exam that we can get a true picture of your injury.

Dr. B’s Motion X-Ray will highlight previously unidentified issues in your spine, ligaments and supporting bone structures that are invisible on MRI, CT scans and traditional X-Rays. Before you can get the right treatment, you must accurately know where the injury is. Dr. B’s Motion X-Ray will show you.

Dr. B's Motion X-Ray is best suited for injuries in the neck (upper vertebrae), shoulders, knees, and other joints. It is best suited for injuries in these locations because it cannot accurately spot dysfunction in areas of the body surrounded by a lot of tissue or organs. It cannot access injuries in the torso such as the vertebrae below the neck.