23rd October 2017
BTL physiotherapy sponsors Italian football club Pescara Calcio and provides them the best medical care such as Shockwave therapy, High Intensity Laser, TR-Therapy and HandsFreeSono.
Delfino Pescara 1936, simply known as Pescara Calcio, is an Italian football club based in Pescara, Abruzzo. The club was formed in 1936. Prof. Vincenzo Salini, the Chief Medical Officer of Pescara Calcio, recommends “BTL technologies for their high quality proven by results, their design and their innovative and cutting-edge technology.” He continues describing treatments and results: “During the treatments with the BTL technologies, we observed great results especially in common soccer player pathologies like plantar fasciitis, tendinitis and muscle injuries. By using synergy of several devices, we achieved great outcomes with remarkable reduction of recovery time, essential for a fast comeback of player into training. Using BTL devices we noticed an improvement in our professional players’ recovery time for both acute and chronic states. Recently, we have used combined treatment of BTL TR-Therapy and BTL High Intensity Laser to reduce edema in the first stage and consequently support muscle healing. In the chronic pathologies, mostly of the tendon such as tendinitis and degenerative disorders, we used a combination of BTL-Therapy and BTL Shockwave therapy to trigger revascularization of the tendon and obtain immediate pain relief resulting in fast return to training.”
Doctor Salini remarks: “Forward of Pescara Calcio, Gianluca Caplari, was suffering from plantar fasciitis due to a stress fracture of the fifth metatarsal. With only three BTL Shockwave therapy applications he fully recovered and was able to join the team in extremely short recovery time.″
Physiotherapist Claudio D’Arcangelo appreciates protocols of the BTL Shockwave therapy in treatment of chronic pathologies like epicondylitis, tendinitis, plantar fasciitis and others. Other benefits that the BTL Shockwave therapy brings you can be seen in the testimonial here.