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 164 Researches.
H. Yesil, U. Dundar, H. Toktas, N. Eyvaz, M. Yeşil
Lasers in Medical Science,  Sep 3, 2019

To evaluate the effect of high-intensity laser therapy (HILT) in patients with calcaneal spur. Read more
E. Diéguez
Energy for Health [19], 2019

The aim of this report is to highlight the benefits of the MLS® laser system in the management of necrotizing fasciitis (NF). Read more
A. Colciago, F. Celotti, M. Monici, V. Magnaghi
Energy for Health [19], 2019

An important goal in neuroscience is the study of new therapeutic strategies to promote nerve regeneration in peripheral neuropathies. Read more
B. Blevins, J. Simoncic, D. Kiburz
Energy for Health [19], 2019

What most often runs in parallel with injuries, chronic joint damage, and post-operative wounds is pain. Pain management is a duty that physicians must assist patients with on a daily basis. Read more
M. Mezzalira, G. D’Angelo
Energy for Health [19], 2019

The aim of this case series is to report on the effect of MiS, a new laser therapy device which uses two synchronized emissions with 905 nm and 808 nm wavelengths, pulsed and continuous, respectively, with high peak power, in the management of neuropathic pain. Read more
E. Hattapoğlu, İ. Batmaz, B. Dilek, M. Karakoç, S. Em, R. Çevik
Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences, Aug 6;49(4) (2019)

Background/aim: In this study, it was aimed to investigate the effects of pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy on pain, disability, psychological state, and quality of life in... Read more
L. Micheli, F. Cialdai, A. Pacini, J.J.V. Branca, L. Morbidelli, V. Ciccone, E. Lucarini, C. Ghelardini, M. Monici, L. Di Cesare Mannelli
Nature Scientific Reports, 9:9297
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