Rehabilitative ultrasound imaging of the Supraspinatus

Intra- and interrater reliability of thickness and cross-sectional area

Physical therapists (PTs) employ Rehabilitative Ultrasound Imaging (RUSI) as a procedure to evaluate muscle and related soft tissue morphology and function while subjects exercise and perform physical tasks. It is also used to assist in the application of therapeutic interventions designed to improve neuromuscular function. Indeed, PTs use this technology to provide biofeedback during treatment or to evaluate muscle architecture(morphology).


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