Inter Milan soccer club’s medical team holds major seminar on rehab after ACL injury, shines spotlight on Human Tecar

30 March, 2018 - Categories: Events

The seminar was held March 23rd in Milan, featured an audience of over 300 physicians and healthcare specialists and focused on professional soccer players’ recovery after an injury to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) – a highly sensitive subject in sports medicine and one that’s seen the Human Tecar MO prove instrumental in facilitating and accelerating functional recovery.

In recent years, ACL injuries – often of a sports-related, traumatic nature – have grown exponentially, becoming one of the top five reasons for surgery in Italy.

Dr. Piero Volpi, orthopedic surgeon and traumatologist in charge of Inter Milan soccer club’s medical team, commented the event, highlighting the importance of prevention and rehabilitation for these top-notch players. In this context, the Human Tecar MO, once it complements athletes’ daily training routines, is very successful in preventing ACL injury or accelerating rehab when the injury has actually occurred.

The Human Tecar Academy, in fact, has held several courses on Human Tecar in Post-ACL Surgery Treatment, this year.

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