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Real Time Ultrasound (RTUS) at Trimetrics : The benefits for therapists and our patients!

Real Time Ultrasound (RTUS) at Trimetrics : The benefits for therapists and our patients!

Real Time Ultrasound (RTUS) at Trimetrics : The benefits for therapists and our patients! For the past 2 years our physiotherapists have loved the information that our ultrasound studies have yielded about what is actually happening in our patients’ abdominal, pelvic floor and deep spine muscle systems. This information has greatly improved the precision of […]

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New! Musculoskeletal Ultrasound at Trimetrics

New! Musculoskeletal Ultrasound at Trimetrics

You may have either had an ultrasound in an office or a hospital to look at what lies under the skin, or you may have had your pain treated with ultrasound. Ultrasound technology can be used for both diagnosis and treatment. In general, ultrasound refers to high frequency sound waves which penetrate the skin. In […]

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Real Time Ultrasound Imaging for Core Evaluation…now available @ Trimetrics !

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Did you know that with the technology provided by Real Time Ultrasound Imaging we now have the ability to see clearly and in the moment, “ The  Core “muscles of the abdominal wall ,pelvic floor, spinal muscles, as well as the pelvic organs ? Research has shown that as therapists and trainers, just our  basic […]

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Real Time Ultrasound Imaging for Core Evaluation…coming soon to Trimetrics !

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Research has shown that as therapists and trainers, just our basic observation alone f the action of the vital muscles of “the core” can be unreliable. To effectively and accurately assess whether or not these key muscles are in fact turned on at all, partially on, or as is the case just as often, TOO […]

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