Gazzetta.it: with HIRO TT marathons are possible despite osteochondritis

21 September 2021 - Therapies -
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Manuela, an osteochondritis sufferer, only needed one cycle of sessions with HIRO TT to continue training for the New York marathon. Thanks to the high-intensity laser of the Hilterapia® family, the race-loving saleswoman was able to go back to training safely, managing to finish the 42 km without any knee problem. Her experience and the decisive role of  ASA’s therapeutic strategy based on heat exchange are recounted in an article by Gazzetta.it.

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