Physical Therapist Uses Ultrasound Imaging to Monitor Muscle Activation

Ever wonder if your patients are working the right muscles when completing lower back exercises?  Ultrasound imaging can provide the information you’re looking for.  Ultrasound imaging works as a form of biofeedback to show both physical therapists and their patients how an exercise is working.

In today’s podcast, physical therapist and owner of Cedar Hill Physical Therapy , Paul Weiss, PT, MDT, shares the ways ultrasound imaging is utilized in his practice.  After teaching an exercise designed to reeducate the muscles around the spine, Weiss uses ultrasound imaging to observe the muscles as the exercise is performed and confirm the exercise is working the targeted muscles.  Find out more about the ways ultrasound imaging can help you and your patients monitor muscle activation by listening now.   

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