HIRO TT in pain relief

24 April 2020 - Research -
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How to quickly reduce pain related to pathologies such as contractures, oedema, tendinopathy, traumas, and arthrosis?
By undergoing treatment with the latest device from the Hilterapia® family: HIRO TT.

This is confirmed by an article published in the scientific magazine Energy For Health entitled ‘Report on the use of HIRO TT: validation of practice experience’ by therapists Mara Mezzalira and Salvatore Germano. The article, which describes the clinical application of ASA’s therapeutic strategy based on the combination of a pulsed Nd:YAG laser, a SmartCooler system, and physical exercise, confirms the average decrease in pain by 90% after the end of therapy.

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