Ferrari Davide

Department of Ostheopathy, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuor, Milan, Italy


  • Review Article   
    Effectiveness of a Long-Term Tecar Therapy Treatment on Knee Pain: Building T.T.E.S.S.K an Evaluating Scale-A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
    Author(s): Sorrentino Marco41180*, Zais Ilaria Elena41181 and Ferrari Davide41182

    Background: T.E.C.a.R (Transfer of Energy Capacitive and Resistive) Therapy (TT) is a form of endogenous thermotherapy based on radio waves. It is a non-invasive procedure that makes use of a machine able to stimulate heat inside the body to repair the inflammatory processes. Although being well known in the physiotherapy and massage therapy ambient for its benefic effects, which are still not very explored especially physiological and biochemical ones; TT is commonly used by therapists for musculoskeletal diseases. Anyhow, TT is often used as a palliative remedy for musculoskeletal disease, or linked with an ibuprofen or antidolorific medical therapy, and not as a main cure. Current literature still lacks objective ways to evaluate TT treatment. This study aims to create an evaluating Scale for the knee joint lesions treated with TT, for athletes or sports enthusiast.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.31858/0975-8453.13.9.587-599

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