Sports Medicine Ultrasound Group
Over the past 10 years we have taught over 1000 practitioners, from 10 different disciplines and from over 20 countries.
"Practical sessions were very informative." –JE, Sonographer
"Lots of opportunity to use the scanners." –BB, Radiographer
"One to one supervision pretty much all the time." –RT, Sports Therapist
"Good logical methods of scanning for each particular structure." –SB, Osteopath
"The use of the schematic diagrams was very good." –AP, Sports Medicine Doctor
"I found the course highly informative and very relevant to my job as a therapist." –JW, Rheumatologist
"Great group numbers" –LD, Orthopedic Surgeon
"Good logical methods of scanning for each particular structure" –OS, Physiotherapist
The Royal College of Radiologists Accredited course
Courses accredited for the ESSR Diploma
SMUG provide sports medicine-specific Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Imaging training directly related to clinical practice; intensive practical courses, designed by a faculty of leading physiotherapists and sports physicians in this field. Now in our 10th year, we have taught over 1000 practitioners, from 10 different disciplines (inc. physios, sonographers, radiologists, sports doctors & orthopaedic surgeons), from over 20 different countries.
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Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Imaging is a fast growing application within sports medicine and physiotherapy. We are a group of experienced sports clinicians who strongly believe that musculoskeletal ultrasound imaging is the future. We at SMUG provide sports medicine-specific training directly related to clinical practice; intensive practical courses, designed by a faculty of leading physiotherapists in this field for all sports medicine practitioners, providing significant scanning time with close instruction and supervision.
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