Ultrasonography has nowadays become a useful method for physicians working in sports medicine and physiotherapy. This technique enables to analyze the state of altered or healthy tissues in details.
The ultrasound images give a large quantity of information not possible to achieve in the past and therefore enables the specialist to adapt the treatment.
Concretely, the use of an efficient ultrasound scanner lets the user know whether or not an injury exists and the exact position of it, and afterwards also the evolution of the lesion in real time.
Contrary to radiography, magnetic resonance, tomography, etc., ultrasonography is inoffensive, non-invasive and without radiation. The daily use enables you to make precise examinations without any contraindications in the specialist’s cabinet. The specialist can therefore apply the suited treatment technique with the highest accuracy at the exact place of the injury.
With a very good image quality, EXAGO and EXAGYNE are the perfect tools for a use in sports medicine and physiotherapy. Furthermore, thanks to the very intuitive and user-friendly interface, you will very quickly get familiar with the device. The measurement software is complete and very easy to use.
EXAGO, the ultra-portable scanner, weighs 3.2 kg and boots up in only 20 seconds. It provides a high quality image with an excellent contrast and both colour and pulsed wave Doppler. EXAGO works on a battery that enables you to work for more than 5 hours without any concern about electricity. Exago is therefore completely adapted to a real use in the field.
EXAGYNE, the portable ultrasound scanner, provides an excellent image quality and a very good and remarkably sensible colour Doppler and pulsed wave Doppler including real triplex. Specific and user-friendly presets are available with the possibility to easily customize these according to each user’s individual needs. The more advanced functions like Ima Level and two easily accessible types of zoom are appreciated by all users in sports medicine and physiotherapy.