ASA therapies on the podium of the Asian Athletic Championship

08 May 2019 - Corporate -
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ASA therapies are already world champions in view of the seventeenth edition of the IIAAF World Championship scheduled in Doha from 27th September to 6th October.
The podium was awarded to the company’s therapeutic solutions thanks to the valuable feedback confirmed by the Chinese athletes treated during the Asian Athletic Championship (21/24 April, Doha, Qatar), the entry qualification for the September competition.

“Our therapeutic solutions – explains Giacomo Granozio, ASA’s Export Area Manager – were used by our partner TED’s staff to treat 33 athletes belonging to the CAA, Chinese Athletic Association, who gained 29 medals, including 9 gold ones, during the Asian Athletic Championship. The use of Hilterapia® and MLS® Laser Therapy had an excellent outcome on the athletes’ functional recovery and on pain reduction, allowing them to undertake every performance at their best”.

ASA therapies were not only a support for athletes, but also for CAA team members, including trainers, doctors and officials.
“In all, we successfully treated 45 patients: a “medal” result for us too!”.

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