Yup any decent fitting will use some kind of launch monitor. The swing DNA is a bit of a short cut to finding the general type of shaft that suits your swing, but it is just a starting point. Real world data hitting balls is the only way to see if a shaft really works.
A good fitter might not use the DNA but it's a great tool to find a starting point in the shaft fitting process and can save a great deal of trial and error, especially for the casual user. With brief training, it's a fool proof system for identifying "ball park" shaft specs.
Cobra L4v PX 6.0
Tour Edge 3 and 5 woods PX 6.0 and DG S300
Mizuno MP H5 4 iron C Taper lite stiff
Mizuno JPX 850 forged 5-pw XP115 R300
Mizuno MP T5 53 59 wedge flex
Mizuno MP A306 Winn midsize
Mizuno Tour Bag (old skool)