We would like to share with you the experience of Gianluca Padula, MD, PhD, Head of the University Laboratory for Movement and Physical Fitness at the Medical University of Łódź who uses our systems to evaluate athletes from different disciplines.
Our motion analysis systems have been used in an innovative study for the evaluation of non-pharmacological treatments of Parkinson’s disease.
This year we will have the pleasure of collaborating with the Maugeri Institute, in Genoa (www.icsmaugeri.it), on a day of visits dedicated above all to pathologies affecting the spine.
Last appointment of the summer with the BTS Training Academy, which for the July session hosted 10 representatives of our European and world partners.Special thanks to all those present for taking part in this third event.Registration is open for the autumn sessions, see you in September!
Watch the video to understand how BTS technologies are used by the Italian Olympic Trainers.
We have recently installed a complete sport lab at the Rypolly y de Prado center of Madrid, accredited as FIFA Center of Excellence for surgery and sports rehabilitation.
The first appointment with the BTS Training Academy has just ended.Special thanks to all those who joined these days for taking part and making this event possible.We look forward to starting the next session!
The new BTS laboratory for the movement analysis dedicated to research and prevention in Parkinson’s patients has been celebrated in these days in Milan, at the CTO (Traumatologic and Orthopedic Center) of the Gaetano Pini Hospital.
Thanks to an interesting study conducted at the Humanitas institute, improvements were found in the progress of patients undergoing bilateral hip surgery (THA) compared to subjects undergoing unilateral arthroplasty.
We’ve just come back from Taiwan for a Symposium on Movement Analysis at Asia University where some of our systems and their applications were presented.