Italpress: significant feedback for the first course in sports traumatology

29 November 2018 - Trade fairs & Congresses -
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The press agency Italpress reports the success of the course sponsored by FIS - Federazione Italiana Scherma (Italian Fencing Federation), dedicated to traumatology in sports, with an extensive focus on pathologies, rehabilitation and regaining the former athlete’s condition after injury. Focus also on therapies for treating individual issues, among which we have the high-density laser, analysed by Doctor Alessandro Pagliaccia, FIS physician.
The article closes with the recognition by Doctor Antonio Fiore (FIS physician and promoter of the initiative): I must thank our federal partners ASAlaser and in particular Francesco Pizzo and Fisiogroup for the fundamental support provided for organising this event".

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