Energy for Health: a new issue in distribution

16 September 2019 - Research -

Issue 19 of Energy For Health, the magazine published by ASAcampus, ASA’s research division, focuses on the in-depth analysis of laser therapy and magnetotherapy.

There are four articles presented: the first one reports the results of a preliminary study on the effects of MiS in managing neuropathic pain, whilst the second refers to a retrospective study, which demonstrated the effectiveness of MLS® Laser Therapy in the treatment of multiple musculoskeletal conditions in relation to pain reduction and level of satisfaction of the patient.

The third article focuses on an in vitro study carried out on a nerve cell module and evaluates the safety and effectiveness of exposure to magnetotherapy.

Space is also given over to veterinary medicine with a “case report” that highlights the positive effects of MLS® applications for treating necrotising fasciitis.

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