laser therapy and fencing a winning combination

16 December 2021 - Therapies -

Laser therapy is an excellent ally when preparing for fencing competitions and for recovering the best physical shape after an injury: this is asserted in an article in by Doctor Antonio Fiore, President of the Medical Committee of the Italian Fencing Federation with which ASA has been collaborating for more than 10 years.

Hilterapia® and MLS® Laser Therapy have proved to be particularly effective in successfully treating inflammatory states caused by functional overloading, common in those who practice this sport.

“Laser Therapy has also been decisive to quickly resolve the injuries and pain of athletes who have then won a medal or even gold in several editions of the Olympic”, Fiore points out.

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