In the quest for a youthful appearance, facial muscles and skin may also be stimulated to improve circulation, help activate fibroblasts which produce collagen and elastin and can also tone flaccid and sagging face muscles.
The Face electrode pads are a non-invasive option for helping lift and/or tighten the soft tissues of the face, improving facial muscle tone and reducing the signs of ageing.
WCPT Congress 2017 in Cape Town is the profession’s largest international congress leading event for Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy with a large trade exhibition alongside the scientific programme to present the latest innovations and services.
The event welcomes more than 350.000 physical therapists, 112 member organisations and exhibitors from across all over the world that will be able to attract professional visits that can become potential dealers and buyers. Global perspectives on the profession’s hot topics are presented, reflecting low, middle and high resource experiences.
COPA Series is a 2-day event that was held from the 7th – 8th June 2017 at the Excel Exhibition Centre in London.
COPA is the Europe’s leading event for Rehabilitation with medical equipment, products, services and technologies for everybody seeking news ideas and opportunities to grow their business and advance their professional development.
This event welcomes more than 500 exhibitor’s brands from across Europe which attract professional visits that can become potential dealers and buyers who want to discover new products and the latest technology or connect with the existing customers.
Bedwetting is a common medical condition that has a serious impact on a child’s self-esteem, emotional well-being and day time functioning, including school and social performance.
Bedwetting is nobody’s fault, and families and doctors should be able to discuss the condition without embarrassment or guilt. However, the impact is often underestimated and trivialised, so help is not sought or offered. By raising awareness of bedwetting as a common condition that can and should be treated, World Bedwetting Day aims to encourage families to discuss bedwetting with their doctors and get the help they need.
Arthritis; also known as the 'Invisible IIllness is a challenging, often painful, and sometimes debilitating condition that affects millions of people every day.
Someone who breaks their arm or experiences an injury is obviously in bad shape but we can see their injury and understand their limitations. But for people living with an 'Invisible Illness such as arthritis, explaining what's wrong is another side effect of the condition.