Helping People and Saving Lives with Ultrasound.
Medicine endows health care providers like you with the power to help people and save lives. But people are hurt and lives are still lost every day due to preventable complications. Complications that Ultrasound can often catch.
That’s why we, at 7D Imaging, have worked with industry leading professionals to create tools and training that make Ultrasound more accessible for everyday Health Care Providers like you. So you can leave the referral paperwork behind and get back to doing what you went into medicine to do: Help people and save lives.
7D Imaging exists to bring the fastest, and most engaging way to learn Ultrasound to health care providers around the globe, whether in rural doctor’s offices here in the United States, or the deserts of Sub-Saharan Africa.
Our Founder: A Passionate Champion for Ultrasound
Dr. Gronseth is founder and currently managing partner of Spine West, a private practice in Boulder, CO, specializing in non-surgical musculoskeletal medicine and ultrasound. He is triple board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Electrodiagnostic Medicine, and Pain Medicine.
Dr. Gronseth is an accomplished physician, a decorated teacher, a student of how we learn and how to learn better, and a passionate champion for ultrasound. Since teaching himself ultrasound almost 20 years ago, he recognized its power for not only maternal health but everything from guiding injections to assessing injuries from acute trauma. He realized that the accelerated self-guided learning system made possible by the iPad-based NAV™ software suite could be used to rapidly improve healthcare in remote, rural, and resource limited areas. His goal is to establish ultrasound as a safe, portable, affordable, effective—and miraculous—tool to save lives in the forgotten corners of the world.
The NYAGI Project
Supporting Life-Saving Ultrasound Training In Low-Income Communities Worldwide
7D Imaging is the primary supporter of the NYAGI Project, a non-profit dedicated to educating 10,000 medical providers to save lives with Ultrasound in low-income communities around the world.
The NYAGI Project exists because every mother in the world deserves a pre-natal ultrasound, period.