A newsletter has just been released about the economic aspects of owning a UTC System. An issue many potential UTC imaging users struggle with. We have noticed though that there are quite a number of bounces…Read more
The Equine UTC imaging seminar which was organized in conjunction with the Veterinary Sport Horse Congress during Jumping Amsterdam proofed to be very successful. The attendants were asked to fill out a…Read more
The 4th ISTS (International Scientific Tendinopathy Symposium) in Cape Town was a resounding success.
During the symposium the no.1 trending tweets in South Africa and also highly ranked in other…
UTC imaging in NBA for monitoring “elastic springs” in high-performance basketball players.
FC Barcelona invested already more than 2 years ago in UTC imaging as a reliable tool for monitoring their…
In our teams of high-profile professional athletes, we are now serially UTC-scanning Achilles and patellar tendons, both asymptomatic and with ongoing tendinopathies, as a means of monitoring player’s…Read more
At the Football Medicine Strategies Return to Play Congress in London, 9 – 11 April, 2016, we will organize a scientific workshop on UTC imaging.
Early Sunday morning Hakan Alfredson will chair the…
Preparing ourselves for an exciting congress at Camp Nou, Barcelona.
Muscle Tech Network, in conjunction with ECOSEP is organizing their bi-annual symposium at the home of FC Barcelona, Camp Nou.
Although we have not succeeded to convince UK vet’s of the virtues of UTC imaging yet, we are coming close by selling an equine UTC System into Ireland. This first unit in Ireland was sold to a Dutch equine…Read more
An annoying misunderstanding that was raised due to a competing interest statement made by Prof. Jill Cook in an article in the British Journal of Sports Medicine in April, has fortunately been corrected. The…Read more
FC Barcelona has acquired a UTC System to monitor their high-profile players in the soccer, basketball and handball teams.
In the first week of June, doctor Hans van Schie, scientific director of UTC Imaging,…
In conjunction with the International Scientific Tendinopathy Symposium 2014 in Oxford, 5 and 6 September, UTC Imaging has organized a workshop on the use and benefits of UTC imaging. Download the program:…Read more
In Milano, Italy the 17th ISMST congress took place from the 26th till the 28th of June, 2014.
The congress, entirely geared towards shockwave therapy, is the ideal place to display the abilities of UTC…
From April 10 – 12, 2014 UTC Imaging exhibited at the IOC World conference in Monaco. At this important congress Hans van Schie gave a presentation on the use of UTC imaging to visualize and monitor patellar…Read more
In March we installed a system at Richard Stevens office in Thousand Oaks, CA. Together with Norman Rantanen they will use the system in conjunction with the RLT (Regenerative Laser Therapy) units to stage the…Read more
Recently Michel Hoegaerts opened his new orthopedic equine clinic, Equisound in Sint Laureins, Belgium. At this occasion a presentation on UTC was given by Hans van Schie DVM PhD, since Michel equiped his…Read more
The 2nd International Scientific Tendinopathy Symposium (ISTS) was this year held in Vancouver Canada. Hans van Schie was invited to participate in the round table discussions preceeding the congress, as well…Read more
During Jumping Amsterdam 2012, UTC Imaging presented the UTC scanner for the first time in a commercial setting.
Parallel to Jumping Amsterdam Proveto organized the 8th Veterinary Sport Horse
In our team of high-level professional athletes, we are now serially UTC-scanning our ongoing Achilles and Patella tendon pathologies weekly and sometimes bi-weekly as a means of monitoring player’s…Read more
At the Annual Conference of the International Society of Musculo-Skeletal Shockwave Treatments (ISMST) held in Kiel (Germany), June 9-11, 2011, the unique abilities of UTC imaging for targeted treatment,…Read more
At the Equitana Equine Sports Medicine Congress in Essen (Germany), March 18-19, 2011, the virtues of UTC imaging for injury-prevention and monitoring of tendon lesions in the horse were presented for an…Read more