The twenty-third Olympic Winter Games wrapped on Sunday, closing two eventful weeks (Feb. 9-25) that have showcased the talent and determination of 2,952 athletes from 92 countries – the largest Winter Olympics yet. It’s been a memorable event in every way, right from an opening ceremony that saw the North and South Korean delegations march under one flag. The Human Tecar crew shared in the excitement, supporting both individual athletes and national federations, sixteen years from our very first Winter Games in Salt Lake City.
Over these years, our hospitality hub and the Human Tecar method have built up their rock-solid reputation for swift, stable and lasting results. Human Tecar has proven beyond a doubt it is the go-to treatment for athletes.
“The Human Tecar technology – according to Andrea Panzeri, MD, Coordinator of the Medical Committee for FISI, Italy’s national Winter Sports Federation – stimulates the natural reparatory processes of our body, accelerating these processes. This is extremely important in sports medicine, particularly professional sports, since it gives athletes the best recovery in the shortest timeframe. The Federation’s therapists use Human Tecar daily wherever they are, even when traveling around the world.”
“Thanks for the memories” to all athletes and arrivederci in Beijing 2022!