Study On Dynamic Alignment and Quality of Life

Published September 1, 2015

This study shows the importance of dynamic imaging and how the abnormal movement can harm ones quality of life.  Many studies as well as clinical experience show this is a common pathology in car crashes and trauma. I do feel in this study a DMX would have been more objective and complete. However, this is extremely important when discussing with your patient why this can be affecting their lives. Not to mention, why this diagnosis is not self resolving or "should heal in 6-8 weeks" like many insurance companies say. Here is the full paperYou either need to log in or a different subscription to view this page.