Over the years, physical therapy has embraced the technological development and innovation to make the most of the effects of traditional treatments, such as manual therapies, stretching, sport massages and motor rehabilitation. A physiotherapist is, in fact, very sensitive to everything that enhances the physiological recovery of a patient. A fast recovery is often a determining factor in the recovery a normal every-day life, but it must respect the necessary time to achieve stable and lasting results. This can only happen if the recovey involves the whole body, ensuring top performance both on a physical and mental level.
Specifically, the new study focuses on the effectiveness of dry floatation in the phase following the ostheopatic and physiotherapic treatments. The goal is to measure, with objective parameters, the greater effectiveness of the treatments thanks to the systematic use of Zerobody.