Tecarterapy, known as "Tecar", is an innovative electro-medical treatment whose function is to stimulate the energy within the area to be treated.
Waves are generated by a mechanical impulse that develops high energy and conveyed in the area where the patient experiences pain.
Ultrasounds are transmitted via a device positioned on the area to be treated, generating a vibration that attenuates pain and reduces inflammation.
Lymphodrainage, or lymphatic drainage, is a special massage technique, very gentle, carried out on areas of the body that exhibit an excessive reduction in the lymphatic circulation.
The set of preventive or curative massage techniques are performed to relieve muscle or joint pain due to contractures or traumas, and rheumatic, circulatory or nerve disorders.
Physical exercises lead to the recovery of mobility, increased muscular strength and increased coordination, restoring normal muscular and joint function and coordination of movement.
An innovative and adhesive tape is applied to the skin, having specific characteristics in terms of elasticity, density, tension, weight and texture.
A special technique is used for the trigger point, a narrow and painful muscle area that can radiate pain even in adjacent areas.
A specific technique for the treatment of trigger points, uses disposable sterile needles and promotes healing by decreasing pain.