It’s not part of our normal treatment protocol to shoot x-rays on you as a new patient when you walk in the door. In fact, 12 years ago I sold my x-ray unit. We don’t have x-ray on site. I believe that x-ray is a very important diagnostic tool. I also think another very important diagnostic tool is my physical examination and my history taking. So throughout those two things, if I make a determination you have clinical findings and so forth that leads me to believe, or I might be a bit suspicious that you have something going on, sure I’m going to send you out for x-ray. I want to rule something nasty out. Is there a fracture, a dislocation? And then more so if my exam leads me to believe that you might have a disc problem. MRI is a phenomenal diagnostic tool to determine is there disc disease, is there a herniation, is there a bulge? It helps me diagnose the soft tissues and so forth. But absolutely not, I do not shoot x-rays on every single patient that walks in the door. I’ll take you through a very specific history examination, and at that time I’ll make a determination what’s best for you. Is it x-ray, is it MRI? Can we get into treatment that day? We’ll figure it out from there.