Ligament Laxity…Locate, Define, and Quantify Our most precious commodity is time.  I will demonstrate how you can generate a quantification of ligament laxity damage that correlates with the AMA guidelines.  You are not just purchasing a Digitizing Software system (DXD Software), you are getting an educational system that allows you to have attorneys, patients and juries comprehend objective evidence and its effect on the human spine. There is a huge need and opportunity for Objective evidence based reporting of injury for comprehension of whatever side you represent.  When clinical, forensic evidence of injury or lack of injury is documented correctly, this allows the doctor to relay objectivity, not just their opinion.  The DXD software correlates with the AMA Guidelines 4th Edition, 5th Edition (p. 378-79) and the 6th Edition (p. 578-79).  The 6th Edition requires that objective evidence be utilized when evaluating permanent impairment.  The DXD software uses X-ray image overlays technology and qualifies as "Evidence Based Objective Impairment Rating".  This software is designed to detect and evaluate ratable impairment established by the AMA Guidelines.  Translation motion is measured by determining the anterior/posterior motion greater than 3.5 mm in the cervical spine which is quantified on the flexion and/or extension radiographs.  In addition, angular motion is utilized which can not be greater than 11 degrees in the cervical flexion view. Yours In Health, Dr. Todd Cielo
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Dr Todd Cielo The Injury Professional Network www.DXDXRAY.com Cell: 813.215.5581
Dr. Todd Cielo, DC 3710 W Euclid Ave.  Tampa, FL 33629 ● Office: (813) 835-7550 Email: Todd@CieloChiropractic.com ● Fax: (813)  835-7557
Frequently Asked Questions (HERE)
Frequently Asked Questions (HERE)
Ligament Laxity…Locate, Define, and Quantify Our most precious commodity is time.  I will demonstrate how you can generate a quantification of ligament laxity damage that correlates with the AMA guidelines.  You are not just purchasing a Digitizing Software system (DXD Software), you are getting an educational system that allows you to have attorneys, patients and juries comprehend objective evidence and its effect on the human spine. There is a huge need and opportunity for Objective evidence based reporting of injury for comprehension of whatever side you represent.  When clinical, forensic evidence of injury or lack of injury is documented correctly, this allows the doctor to relay objectivity, not just their opinion.  The DXD software correlates with the AMA Guidelines 4th Edition, 5th Edition (p. 378-79) and the 6th Edition (p. 578-79).  The 6th Edition requires that objective evidence be utilized when evaluating permanent impairment.  The DXD software uses X-ray image overlays technology and qualifies as "Evidence Based Objective Impairment Rating".  This software is designed to detect and evaluate ratable impairment established by the AMA Guidelines.  Translation motion is measured by determining the anterior/posterior motion greater than 3.5 mm in the cervical spine which is quantified on the flexion and/or extension radiographs.  In addition, angular motion is utilized which can not be greater than 11 degrees in the cervical flexion view. Yours In Health, Dr. Todd Cielo
Copyright. All rights reserved. DXD XRay
Office: (813) 835-7550
Dr Todd Cielo The Injury Professional Network www.DXDXRAY.com Cell: 813.215.5581
Dr. Todd Cielo, DC 3710 W Euclid Ave.  Tampa, FL 33629 ● Office: (813) 835-7550 Email: Todd@CieloChiropractic.com ● Fax: (813)  835-7557
Frequently Asked Questions (HERE)
Frequently Asked Questions (HERE)