Usono ProbeFix Dynamic &
Hologic SuperSonic MACH Aixplorer

Dynamic scanning


Continous imaging


The Usono Probefix Dynamic

The Usono ProbeFix Dynamic is an accessory that supports high-quality
ultrasound measurements during dynamic contraction, keeping the transducer
in place throughout intense movement. This can be used in biomechanical
engineering, research settings, sports training, muscle recovery exercises,
or during general rehabilitation practices. The seamless combination of
ProbeFix Dynamic and Aixplorer MACH platforms has made it possible to
monitor muscles and tendons dynamically. This creates new research and
clinical possibilities within the area of muscle imaging in sports medicine and
more, giving you:

• Controlled pressure.
• Stable transducer position and orientation during contractions.
• Adjustable rotation (360°) of the transducer.

ProbeFix Dynamic is compatible and works best with the following linear
Hologic SuperSonic Imagine transducers for MSK imaging L18-5 and L10-2.
Adapters are also compatible with other Aixplorer series SL10-2, SL15-4 and

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Contact details

Contact details

Contact SuperSonic Imagine:
+33 (0)4 42 99 24 24
Contact Usono B.V.:
+31 (0)6 250 66 457

Example exercises and imaging locations

Are you interested in doing your ultrasound studies with ProbeFix Dynamic and SuperSonic?

Please let us know your field of interest and we’ll plan a videocall to discuss how you can benefit from this strong combination of Usono and Hologic SuperSonic.
Contact+31 (0)6 250 66 457

Selection of clinical studies using ProbeFix Dynamic

Multiple academic research and studies are performed with the use of ProbeFix Dynamic and SuperSonic Imagine ultrasound systems on Musculoskeletal (MSK) Ultrasound.


Dr. Jorge Ojeda Barrientos


Medicina Muscular, FC Necaxa, World Boxing Council


Prof. Dr. Fernando Jimenez Díaz


University of Castilla la Mancha, Universidad Católica de Murcia, SEECO, MUSOC


Emeric Chalchat, Julien Siracusa, Cyprien Bourrilhon, Keyne Charlot, Jean-Luc Gennisson, Sebastian Garcia-Vicencio & Vincent Martin


Unité de Physiologie de l’Exercice et Activités en Conditions Extrêmes, Département Environnements Opérationnels, Institut de Recherche Biomédicale des Armées; AME2P, Université Clermont Auvergne; LBEPS, Univ Evry, IRBA, Université Paris Saclay; BIOMAPS, Laboratoire d’Imagerie Biomédicale Multimodale, Université Paris-Saclay; Human Motion Analysis, Humanfab; Institut Universitaire de France (IUF).