This Winter School will explore the rapidly emerging field of therapeutic ultrasound.
Professor Gail ter Haar, leader of the Therapeutic Ultrasound Team at The Institute of Cancer Research, UK reflects on the impressive potential of therapeutic ultrasound and the barriers to its widespread clinical adoption.
The EPSRC ThUNDDAR Network+ in partnership with the IOP’s Physical Acoustics and Medical Physics Groups invite you to a science “speed dating” event on Therapeutic Ultrasound.
The EPSRC ThUNDDAR Network+ in partnership with the IOP’s Physical Acoustics and Medical Physics Groups invite you to a science “speed dating” event on Therapeutic Ultrasound. The objective of this event is to create new research partnerships in Therapeutic Ultrasound amongst academics and clinicians. Involvement of SME’s is also strongly encouraged. To provide an additional
The effects of ultrasound on the body depend on the tissue and the ultrasound parameters. Here you will find an overview of some of the mechanisms.
Therapeutic ultrasound is a broad term, it refers to the use of ultrasound to treat a variety of conditions. Ultrasound is very high pitched and cannot be heard by humans.
Therapeutic ultrasound is actively being researched. Several types of therapy are being trialled.
Focusing Ultrasound Focused ultrasound has great potential to treat a variety of medical disorders. Focused ultrasound energy is focused on target tissue deep in the body without incisions or the use of harmful ionising radiation.
The BBC programme Trust me I’m a doctor, documents Joe, a sufferer of Parkinson’s disease undergoing transcranial therapeutic ultrasound.
Les Houches, France March 26th – 31st 2017 This bi-annual School will be run again in 2017.