SPORTS AND RESEARCH - UCAM hosts a Human Tecar® training course for professors

25 July, 2018 - Categories: Sport

Two months have elapsed since our CEO, Mario Scerri, signed a collaboration agreement with Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia – UCAM.

In early July, the Spanish campus hosted an in-depth, theoretical and practical training course on our methodology for the University’s lecturers and professors, who are excited to be on board and impressed by the method’s effectiveness and speed in resolving orthopedic and other issues. On this note, Professor Francisco Esparza Ros, internationally renowned orthopedic surgeon and sports doctor and Head of the Master’s Course in Traumatology of Sports at UCAM, is organizing a research project whose imminent launch is expected to yield further results over the next few months.

Thanks to the University’s collaboration with the Olympic Committee, our method and new-generation technology will play a major role in managing athletes’ health and maximizing sports performance through specific training programs and advanced protocols of physical therapy.

We would like to thank our Spanish distributor, Biometic HealthCare, for the management and organization of this important training course.

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