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Diagnostic Ultrasound

Diagnostic ultrasound scanning can provide an great adjunct to your clinical assessment. Using a hand held probe and waterbased gel, high frequency soundwaves are transmitted into the body, this then interprets an image through the intensity of the reflected echoes.  This is reflected in black and white imaging (greyscale) on a computer in real -time.

This offer real-time biofeedback and assessment of structures in the body.  Including:

  • Assessing muscle function
  • Soft tissue visualisation
  • Aids in assessment of soft tissue injuries
  • Effective monitoring of the patient's progress
  • Allows patient to see in real-time how muscles respond to specific exercises
  • Analysis of musculoskeletal structures when evaluating injury / issues and creating treatment response

Rehabilitation

  • Real time biofeedback for muscle function and activity during movement and activity.

Women's Health

  • Pelvic floor muscles
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