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Sports medicine and ultrasound​

As a sports doctor, Dr. Marie Hechtermans can accompany you through all stages of your sports practice.

Her mission ? Make you practice your discipline, in a fulfilling way, in complete safety.

In prevention, she can guide you for non-contraindication examinations as well as for the adaptation of your sports practice to any pre-existing pathologies.

If you are injured, she makes the diagnosis and guides you towards the most appropriate treatment. If necessary, a first line ultrasound can be done directly in the practice.

For Dr. Hechtermans, health care is a team sport. She enjoys collaborating and exchanging with her colleagues from all professions to improve the quality of care.


Ultrasound is a non-invasive medical imaging technique that uses high frequency sound waves to produce images in real time. This technique is widely used in sports medicine to assess muscle and joint injuries, as well as to monitor healing progress.


Sports nutrition is a dietary approach that aims to optimize sports performance by providing the nutrients needed for muscle building, recovery and energy. It focuses on balancing macronutrients, such as protein and carbohydrates, as well as micronutrients, such as vitamins and minerals, to improve physical performance and prevent injury.

Underwater and hyperbaric medicine

Underwater medicine is a discipline that studies the effects of scuba diving on the human body. It focuses on the prevention and treatment of diving-related illnesses, such as decompression sickness and hypoxia, as well as the safety and efficiency of diving in general.