Realtime Ultrasound Guided Training
RTUS is utilised by physiotherapists to aid in the rehabilitation of muscle function and activation, which can aid in the prevention of numerous musculoskeletal disorders of the back, pelvis, and hips.
Your physiotherapist can use RTUS to retrain and develop the core stabilising muscles (such as the pelvic floor, transversus abdominis, and multifidus) and hip stabilising cuff (gluteus medius/minor, and hip rotators) by delivering a real-time moving image of the muscles.
This can help the physiotherapist figure out which muscles you need to work on and when they are working right. By training these cues, normal function is restored, and over time, the pattern of activation will become automatic.