(07) 5492 6969

(07) 5492 6969

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DIAGNOSTIC ULTRASOUND -  IMAGING ASSESSMENT & TRAINING

 

Bring Your Body To Life uses advanced diagnostic ultrasound imaging as part of your diagnosis and rehabilitation. We assess muscle function and retrain muscle control around the spine, pelvis, hip, knee, shoulder and pelvic floor depending on your problem.

We are able to select exactly which muscles need retraining and identify the best retraining options to correct your problem or prevent a recurrence of your symptoms. Exercising muscles using real-time diagnostic ultrasound imaging provides immediate feedback on the muscle’s performance and has been shown to effectively improve outcomes in both chronic and recurrent musculoskeletal conditions. Members of our team have been pioneers within the profession in successfully developing these techniques internationally. We were one of the first clinics in Australia and the first on the Sunshine Coast to use this technology in Physiotherapy and movement re-education and therefore have exceptional experience in its clinical use and application.

 

  • Ultrasound image of the transversus abdominus
    (a deep stablising muscle of the trunk)