Dr. Jumper uses 20/20 Digital Imaging which captures the image data and displays it on a moniter within 10-12 seconds. They are also relatively inexpensive when compared to other medical imaging.
Ranges of Use
X-Rays can diagnosis conditions, such as Bone Spurs, Arthritis, Degenerative Joint Disease, Subluxations, Fractures, Scoliosis, Primary and Metastatic Tumors, Congenital Anomalies, Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis, Spinal Stenosis, Spodylisthesis and much more.
According to the Radiological Society of North America, the amount of radiation produced by an x-ray is very small. The unit of measurement for an effective radiation dose is the Millisievert (mSv). The amount of radiation produced by by an x-ray of an extremity is .0001mSv, which is equivalent to the amount of radiation the average person is exposed to in a day by background radiation.
No radiation remains in the body after the image is taken, unlike other imaging tests.
There are NO side effects to x-ray.