Sports injury clinic
At the Foundry Clinic we use ‘point-of- care ultrasound’ (often referred to as POCUS) alongside our physiotherapy assessment and treatment.
This allows for accurate diagnosis of soft tissue injuries, which in turn enables us to have a better understanding of how to manage a wide range of conditions.
An accurate diagnosis significantly advances treatment and management of a wide range of conditions. Diagnostic ultrasound also allows us to accurately direct treatments to a specific area of tissue damage, e.g. for dry needling techniques and ultrasound guided injections.
Diagnostic ultrasound identifies:
Foot and ankle
Wrist and hand
- Nerve impingements
- Monitoring of tissue healing (muscles and tendons)
- Confirmation of swelling areas
Experience advanced physiotherapy at The Foundry Clinic in Kent with the use of point-of-care ultrasound. Our experts diagnose and manage a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions with accuracy.