Physicians

Transform the patient experience with
ultrasound guided procedures.

Patient Friendly, Practice Enhancing

Discover how reducing invasiveness, improving safety, and lowering the cost of care is possible with the patient friendly and practice enhancing benefits of real-time ultrasound guidance and Sonex Health’s UltraGuide family of devices.

Carpal Tunnel Release with UltraGuideCTRTM

Performing carpal tunnel release with UltraGuideCTR and real-time ultrasound guidance allows physicians to perform CTR procedures with a minimally invasive technique while providing improved visualization of all critical anatomy in the wrist and hand. Patients are able to return to normal daily activities in 3 days (Median (373 patients, 427 hands)).9

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Trigger Finger Release with UltraGuideTFRTM

Real-time ultrasound guidance and UltraGuideTFR allows physicians to utilize a minimally invasive technique to perform TFR procedures without compromising visualization of critical anatomy. Patients who undergo TFR with ultrasound guidance are able to return to normal activities faster than patients who have a traditional open TFR surgery (p<0.05).18

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The Institute of Advanced Ultrasound Guided Procedures

Educational institute

Transforming the patient experience through world class professional education and training.

  • Self-guided, web-based ultrasound skills training
  • UltraGuideVTP, virtual training platform
  • Educational webinars
  • On-site cadaver training programs, at your location
  • State of the art training lab

Upcoming Events


Event

ASSH 2021

September 30, 2021 – October 1, 2021

Join us at ASSH 2021!

Personal, Hands-on Cadaver Experience available in the Sonex Health booth (#557) on Thursday, Sep 30 and Friday, Oct 1.

RSVP via email to info@sonexhealth.com or download our event schedule here.

  • George R. Moscone Recreation Center, Chestnut Street, San Francisco, CA, USA
  • Booth #557
Virtual Event

Join Dr. Jay Smith at AAHS 2021

February 21, 2021 – February 21, 2021

Ouch! Another Flexor Tendon Problem. Panel Discussion and abstract presentations. Breakout session with John Fowler, MD and Jay Smith, MD – Learning MSK Ultrasound