What is ultrasound in physical therapy? Learn about what ultrasound does and how it can be used as a physical therapy treatment.
Breast ultrasounds and mammograms can be used to screen for breast cancer. Learn how to decide which option is best for you.
An abdominal ultrasound is a painless, non-invasive test that uses sound waves to create an image of the organs and structures in the abdomen.
Ultrasound imaging uses high-frequency sound waves to identify and evaluate abnormalities in breast tissue, like fluid-filled cysts or solid masses.
Your healthcare provider will see how your baby is developing and check for any developmental abnormalities with an ultrasound during week 12 of your pregnancy.
A thyroid ultrasound is a painless, non-invasive imaging test that uses sound waves to help in diagnosis. Reviewed by a board-certified physician.
Does ultrasound therapy really work and is ultrasound a necessary treatment in a physical therapy program?
An ultrasound uses sound waves to scan the abdomen and pelvic cavity, to create a picture of the fetus and placenta. Learn about the different kinds.
Ultrasound therapy can be used for managing knee osteoarthritis pain and function. Learn how it works and take a look at research into its effectiveness.
Breast ultrasounds are imaging tests used to see inside breasts. You may get this test if you have dense breasts, or after an abnormal mammogram.
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