In the field of osteoarticular medicine, ultrasound has brought numerous advantages. Ultrasound enables the study of ligaments, the patella and the surrounding tendons of the knee joint as well as investigations into muscular lesions after trauma. The examination of the images following the ultrasound enables a better approach to treatment and facilitates the dialog between patient and physician.
Use of ultrasound for knee injections greatly improves the quality of care. When you can visualize the needle in real-time with the ultrasound device, your efficacy is improved because your intervention is faster, more precise and in the right place. This diminishes pain for the patient, as well as the risk of complications.