30 April, 2019 - Categories: Events News Sport

Two years have passed since the sporting event that brought ELIUD KIPCHOGE, LELISA DESISA, ZERSENAY TADESE to the attempt to break down the two-hour record in the marathon. A project created by Nike, which involved many international scientists. The National Geographic has documented it in a video -

Humantecar® actively participated in the event by constantly following the athletes, both in their own country of origin and during the competition held at the Monza racetrack, making their technologies available and the staff of specialists coordinated by Professor Carlo Tranquilli, scientific referent. Every day in the world, in the

Humantecar® Centers, thousands of treatments are performed that guarantee rapid and stable results on acute and chronic, osteoarticular and muscular pathologies. Each patient is treated as a sample and recognizes the benefits compared to traditional physiotherapy. An achievement, the result of Unibell scientific research, which for over 25 years has introduced a new way of doing physiotherapy. A method appreciated all over the world.

See the video -


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