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Ultrasound Tissue Characterization:
Get Your Client Back on Track

Empowering healing and performance with state-of-the-art tissue characterization.
UTC Imaging

We Provide Insight: Next-Gen Ultrasound Solutions for Tendinopathy


Gain deeper insights into the true condition.


Initiate the best treatment for top results.


Track progress and adjust when necessary.


Elevate athletic powers with proactive treatment.
our promise

Accelerate Healing, Enhance Performance

We believe that early detection, precise treatment, and systematic monitoring are essential for better quality of life and enhanced performance.

Our mission is to empower medical specialists to achieve this goal with affordable, accessible, and highly reliable tools.


Work with the Inventors of Ultrasound Tissue Characterization

Advanced Tendinopathy Treatment: Human & Equine

Elevate Your Practice to New Heights

Unlock unparalleled insights into tendinopathy with UTC Imaging’s cutting-edge Ultrasound Tissue Characterization technology. Designed to elevate diagnosis, treatment, and recovery processes, this system also informs load management to prevent injuries due to overuse. 

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Our Principles

Leading the Way in Tendinopathy Diagnosis and Monitoring

Our commitment

Excellence in Diagnostic Imaging

At UTC Imaging, we're all about pushing the boundaries of what's possible through collaboration and a strong foundation in science. Our approach is built on four core pillars: deep scientific research, innovative development, top-tier ultrasound technology, and comprehensive training.
Our commitment extends beyond mastering our tools; it's about maximizing their potential to offer the best care for your clients.

What experts in the field say

Note the innovation of ‘ultrasound tissue characterisation’ – a novel way of quantifying ultrasound images. An innovation from the thoroughbred racing industry and possibly the next big thing in imaging-this is a ‘giant leap’ rather than a small step.

Quote from the editorial “Ultrasound as the new stethoscope” in British Journal of Sports Medicine 2010 (December);44 (16)

Professor Karim Khan

Editor of the British Journal of Sports Medicine
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