Exposanità is the unmissable forum for Italy’s healthcare sector. The venue is the trade fair district in Bologna, and dates this year are April 18 to 20. The 2018 edition specifically focuses on “Innovation as the driving force behind improved therapeutic efficiency and effectiveness”.
What better context to showcase our focused, acoustic-mechanical vibration technology and new-generation, portable device, the Human Tecar Viss Neuromodulator, which acts on the neuromuscular system to ‘switch off’ pain and enhance strength, tissue trophism, muscle tone and balance. Thanks to its mechanical square wave signal, Human Tecar Viss stimulates the body’s Pacinian corpuscles – high-threshold mechanoreceptors that are in charge of sending signals to the Central Nervous System, thus reprogramming the neuromuscular system.
The crucial role of vibration technology like our own Human Tecar Viss Neomodulator is also highlighted by a Seminar to be held on April 18, from 11 AM to 4 PM, in Pavilion # 22, as part and parcel of the major international event in Bologna. The Seminar is titled: “Why micro-g environment and mechanical vibrations are indispensable today”. Among the lecturers is Professor Raoul Saggini of the Gabriele d’Annunzio University in Chieti – an international authority in physical medicine, orthopedics, rehabilitation and sports medicine, author of a recent milestone work on “Mechanical Vibration: Therapeutic Effects and Applications”.
The maximum number of participants to the seminar is 30 people, so we strongly suggest those interested should book their seat by email. The address is firstname.lastname@example.org, and the seminar is free of charge.