Norfolk complementary health clinic extends services with portable ultrasound system

Downham Market Complementary Health Clinic in Norfolk has acquired its first portable ultrasound system, an Esaote MyLab Omega.

Osteopath Clare Finch attended a JCA Seminars course in 2022 where she first saw Esaote products in use. She now plans to introduce ultrasound at the clinic to further extend services and the MyLab Omega portable system will enable this. The system has the latest technology designed to enable clinicians to perform scans with confidence. Finch and her team intend to introduce ultrasound to give patients a holistic approach to care. They will assess the patient’s problem, diagnose with the assistance of ultrasound and offer or recommend a suitable treatment. This will impact overall patient management by speeding up treatment.

Having a portable system means the service is not restricted to one site but can be multifunctional.

“I went to the JCA course because I believe introducing ultrasound to our already established service will further benefit our patients,” explained Finch. “Once I saw the machines in action, I was confident that it was the right direction for us to take and was very impressed with the Esaote systems. Since getting in touch with our account manager Kudzai Musamba prior to purchasing the system he has been a massive help.”

Picture: Osteopath Clare Finch scans a patient.

Published on page 3 of the August 2023 issue of RAD Magazine.

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