The future of ultrasound for MSK.

A single-probe ultrasound for whole-body assessment that plugs into your smart device, and fits in your pocket. Butterfly iQ+ is built for immediate MSK diagnostic evaluations and procedural guidance whenever you need it.

A game-changer in clinic and on the sideline.

Rapid diagnosis, early therapeutic and procedural guidance with Butterfly iQ+.

Ultrasound-guided injections with ease.

Butterfly iQ+ helps provide confidence for procedural guidance thanks to its high-fidelity B-mode, world’s first POCUS Biplane Imaging™ as well as Needle Viz™ developed specifically for MSK procedural support.

Ultrasound is a valuable tool for interventional procedures such as joint aspiration/injections, hydro-dissection techniques, and regenerative medicine procedures. Evidence suggests that ultrasound-guided intra-articular injection can increases efficacy1 over so-called “blind” injections and can therefore contribute to improve patient outcomes2.

Detect injuries quickly with iQ+.

Ultrasound assessment using Butterfly iQ+ can contribute to a clinician's ability to rapidly identify the extent of injury, facilitating early therapeutic intervention. Ultrasound is rapidly becoming the primary diagnostic tool in traumatic, inflammatory and degenerative soft tissue conditions3. It can be used to support clinical evaluation of sprains, strains, tears, trapped nerves, arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions. It has been suggested it should be included in initial injury evaluation, even in injuries traditionally limited to MRI assessment, such as ACL injury4. This can directly inform return-to-play decisions, monitor injuries over time and track rehabilitative status.

“Point-of-care ultrasound is cost-effective, easy to learn, and can be rapidly performed by a physician on the sideline. Butterfly iQ+ is immediately accessible for fast investigation of athletes with a suspected fractures and soft tissue injuries, and can accurately determine who can be managed conservatively versus those who require expedited care”

– Courtney Hintz, MD

Sports Medicine Physician | Medical Director Special Warfare Operational Medicine Squadron JBSA-Lackland, Chapman Training Annex

– Emily Miller, MD

Assistant Clinical Professor | UCLA Division of Sports Medicine Depts. Of Family Medicine & Orthopaedics Assistant Team Physician | UCLA Athletics


Clinical evidence.


How to successfully deploy POCUS in your Sports Medicine practice.
Jacques Courseault, MD, CAQSM Andre Labbe, PT, MOMT Alexandra Moran, MS, LAT, ATC

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Case study

Point-of-care ultrasound: a sideline game-changer. Ultrasound for diagnosis of occult radial head fracture.
Courtney Hintz, MD, Maj.USAF, MC, FS Emily Miller, MD

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Original research

Sideline Power Doppler in early diagnosis and management of ACL injury.
C Cash Duncan, BS Brandon Cazaubon, MS, ATC, LAT Jacques Courseault, MD, CAQSM

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The future of ultrasound is here.

Longer battery life, more durability1

Enables you to focus more on patients, and less on probe integrity and readiness.

Smaller probe face2

Provides you more control to get the views needed confidently and quickly.

Sharp cardiac & lung imaging3

Allows the you to get the insights they need for regional anesthesia and beyond such as cardiopulmonary and gastric contents assessment.

World’s first POCUS Biplane Imaging™

Now with the world’s first POCUS Biplane Imaging, it is possible to see the short and long axis of your needle simultaneously in real-time.

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