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Centro Fisiochinesiterapia G. Bertolotti

12 Piazza Ercole Marelli, Pavia 27100, PV, Italy

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Si effettuano le seguenti prestazioni: visita specialistica Fisiatrica, Rieducazione motoria semplice e complessa, Mobilizzazione della colonna, Risoluzione manuale di aderenze articolari, Massaggio distrettuale riflessogeno, Massaggio per drenaggio linfatico, Pressoterapia, Elettroterapia antalgica diadinamica, Tens, Elettroterapia di muscoli normo e denervati, Jonoforesi, Diatermica ad onde corte e microonde, Ultrasuono-terapia, Trazione scheletrica, Magnetoterapia, Laser CO2, Tecarterapia, Onde d'urto radiali, Infiltrazioni, Onde pressorie ad alta frequenza.
12 Piazza Ercole Marelli, Pavia 27100, PV, Italy
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