Scientific evidence and hands-on sessions: a training course in Montenegro focuses on ASA therapies

12 April 2024 - Training -

Biological effects and scientific evidence concerning MLS® Laser Therapy, Magnetotherapy Qs and Hilterapia® with hands-on sessions to verify the application methods and the effectiveness of the therapies: these were the objectives of a thematic course organised by the ASA staff in partnership with the Association of Physiotherapists of Montenegro.

“A course – Cinzia Pacini, ASA EMEA Sales Manager – underlines, that received excellent feedback, as was confirmed by the number of participants. Indeed, 45 professionals were able to analyse our Therapeutic Solutions also from the practical point of view. The hands-on session in fact was particularly appreciated: the opportunity to tangibly test the methods of application of the therapies generated a virtuous circle marked by a discussion and an exchange of experiences between the participants”.

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