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Energy for Health is the magazine curated by ASAcampus (The Joint Laboratory between ASA’s Research Division and the Department of Experimental Biomedical and Clinical Science of the University of Florence); the direct evidence of the commitment in disseminating scientific knowledge and in culturally promoting laser therapy and magnetotherapy.

The magazine presents the results of basic and clinical studies’ research carried out in Italy and abroad. The articles to be published are selected using a peer review process.

It owes its realisation to researchers, doctors and internationally renowned specialists who have been able to implement an open discussion, a natural point of contact and of exchange of experiences and knowledge in Energy for Health for over ten years.

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The peer review selection has allowed publishing more than 80 articles encompassing research and clinical cases.

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The new issue of Energy for Health is online

In this nineteenth issue, Energy for Health presents insight concerning both laser- and magnetotherapy. The first paper reports the results of a preliminary study on the effects of the MiS laser in the management of neuropathic pain. The second paper describes a retrospective study where the efficacy of MLS® therapy in the treatment of multiple musculoskeletal conditions is highlighted in terms of pain reduction and patient’s satisfaction. In another paper concerning an in vitro study performed on a model of nerve cells, the safety and effectiveness of exposure to magnetotherapy are evaluated. Finally, it is presented a “case report” of veterinary medicine where a positive effect of MLS® therapy applied in the treatment of necrotizing fasciitis is evidenced.

In this issue

Neuropathic pain: preliminary clinical case records on MiS laser effects
Musculoskeletal pain: clinical effects of MLS®
In vitro studies: effectiveness and safety of exposure to magnetotherapy
Veterinary medicine: use of MLS® for necrotising fasciitis

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