ASAlaser at BioResearch Conference

ASAlaser at BioResearch Conference



14/05/2012

ASAlaser and MLS® Laser Therapy bring in a new success to Stars and Stripes.

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Birth of Conjoint Laboratory

Birth of Conjoint Laboratory



22/04/2009

April 22nd 2009 is the date of birth of the Conjoint Laboratory between University of Florence and ASA.
The Clinical Physiopathology Department and ASA will work together in the research of new therapeutic methods for treatment of muscular-skeletal painful pathologies.

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Energy for Health n.4

Energy for Health n.4

Content of the 4th issue of “Energy for health: the first is a study related with the behavior of reflective materials irradiated by laser. The second one presents a new classification of laser treatments based on  simultaneous reactions of tissue. The third is a research about the response of muscle and peripheral nerves to the laser therapy. The fourth shows a comparison between Hilterapia®, LLT and ultrasound on the treatment of knee osteoarthritis.

Energy for Health n.3

Energy for Health n.3

The 3rd issue of “Energy for health” is a special one, dedicated to the 3rd Meeting on Hilterapia® held in Venice on 29th november 2009.

Energy for Health n.2

Energy for Health n.2

Content of the 2nd issue of “Energy for health”:
The first paper deals with the effect of laser therapy on prevention of muscle atrophy due to  immobilization.
The second paper describes the results of a clinical study on the therapeutic effect of exercises and pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) in the management of incontinence.
Then, an overview on the benefit of using low power laser is presented.

Energy for Health n.1

Energy for Health n.1

This magazine edition is mainly focused on the effects of Hilterapia® on tendinitis, chronic low back pain and knee osteoarthritis; moreover the magazine presents an exhaustive study dedicated to MLS® therapy used for treating shoulder pain, ankle and knee sprain and an interesting article about laser security in the bio-medical area of applicability.
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