Hilterapia® a winner in the treatment of cervical spondylosis

02 November 2020 - Research -
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Eighty-four patients with cervical spondylosis, divided into two groups, underwent Hilterapia® and physical exercise (group A) and ultrasound/Tens (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) and physical exercise (group B) twice a week for six consecutive weeks in order to compare the effect of the two solutions in treating this pathology.

The study’s comparative parameters consisted of ROM (Range of Motion) cervical measurement, pain according to the VAS scale and level of mobility function (Comparison of high-intensity laser therapy and combination of ultrasound treatment and transcutaneous nerve stimulation in patients with cervical spondylosis: a randomized controlled trial).

After verifying the results, the research authors decided that although the therapeutic methods were both valid from the point of view of pain and of mobility, the “Hilterapia® and exercise” solution proved to be more effective in restoring a better quality of life to patients.

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