The many scientific achievements in this section are all implemented by using ASA devices, enhancing the direct evidence of therapeutic effectiveness.
These studies are destined to grow, thanks to the wide distribution of ASA therapies throughout the world.

Found 229 Researches.
R.L. Postoiu, S. Marinescu, G. Onose
Balneo and PRM Research Journal, Vol.14, 4:631, 2023

Remarkable results were obtained, consisting a significant reduction in the size of the lesion on the posterior thoracic region after 10 sessions of MLS LASER photobiomodulation, along with a related improvement in locomotor and... Read more
L. Yosifova, E. Vladeva, M. Siderova
Journal of IMAB, Jul-Sep;29(3):5079-5084, 2023

The purpose of this placebo-controlled, longitudinal study was to investigate the effect of high-energy MLS-laser therapy on neuropathic pain.
P. Potewiratnanond, P. Vanichanon, N. Limpuangthip
Journal of oral rehabilitation, 2023

Purpose : To evaluate the impact of occlusal splint plus laser therapy (OS + LT) compared with OS alone on the patient-reported outcomes and clinical parameters of patients with temporomandibular disorders (... Read more
A.A.M. Abdelaal
Photobiomodulation, photomedicine, and Laser Surgery, 41(2), 57–63, 2023 

Objective: The aim of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of pulsed Nd:YAG high-intensity laser therapy (HILT) on body weight (Wt), body-mass index (BMI), waist circumference (WC), forced vital... Read more
D. Wu, Y.L. Zhao, J.Y. Sun, R.J. Dai, K. Cao, R.K. Qu, Y. Wang, Y.Q. Wu 
Photobiomodulation, photomedicine, and Laser Surgery, 41(9), 490:500, 2023

Objective: To determine whether photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT) by class IV Multiwave Locked System laser treatment as an adjunctive therapy could relieve symptoms... Read more
V.M. Sisti
Energy for Health [23], 2023

This paper reports the findings of an observational study investigating the efficacy of pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) in treating osteoarthritis (OA).
A. Frizziero, A. Demeco, L. Pelizzari, M. Mirabdolbaghi, C. Costantino
Energy for Health [23], 2023

Instrumental physical therapies are extensively used in clinical practice to manage tendinopathies. However, there is still a lack of scientific evidence to support their efficacy.  Read more
A. Tedeschi, C. Cosentino, E. Salutini, D. Fusilli and R. Anichini
Energy for Health [23], 2023

Managing foot ulcers in diabetes pose significant challenges and financial burdens on healthcare systems, and impact morbidity, mortality, and quality of life. 
In light of this, wound management principles such... Read more
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