Military chooses Logiq e for rehabilitation units

Pictured at a training course by GE Healthcare at the Aldershot home of the Army are physiotherapists Samantha Mumford and Tim Powell, Dr Geoff Davies, physiotherapist Major Vincent Gallagher, GE Healthcare ultrasound training manager Karen Walton, Dr Mike Burdon, physiotherapists Luke Ferreiral, Major Rebecca Hardman and Andy Milner with GE ultrasound sales manager Alistair Wood.  


It was the third of a series of operator training courses after the MoD acquired 15 Logiq e systems, with courses also taking place at Lichfield, Catterick and Gutersloh in Germany.


GE says that the Logiq e has gained a reputation for high image quality in musculoskeletal and sports injury studies and is well established in many organisations involved with athletes, where its ‘go anywhere’ capability means it can be reliably used in the field.


GE’s Alistair Wood said: “We are very proud to have been chosen to supply so many ultrasound systems to the MoD in support of our injured servicemen and women.  As an ex-serviceman myself, this project has been of particular importance.”


See this report on the front page of the October 2011 issue of RAD Magazine.

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