EME official FSGC supplier
- EME Italy
- 24 Aug 2023
EME BECOMES OFFICIAL SUPPLIER OF FSGC:
A NEW TECHNOLOGY IN THE FIELD TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE AND SPORTS RECOVERY
Agreement signed between EME and the San Marino Football Federation FSGC.
EME, a leading Italian company in the production of electro-medical devices for physiotherapy and sports medicine, has joined the San Marino football federation for 2 years as an official supplier.
The San Marino Football Federation will use Polyter Evo, a 100% Made in Italy portable modular device unique in the world, already in use by various sports teams such as the BORA – hansgrohe cycling team and Slavia Praha SK. With Polyter Evo, FSGC can now also count on 5 cutting-edge technologies that are always at hand: tecar, laser, electrotherapy, magnetotherapy and ultrasound, in a single compact case.
Polyter Evo is available to all men’s and women’s formations of the San Marino Academy: as many as 15 teams, from the women’s Serie B (national championship) to the National Juniores, passing through Allievi, Giovanissimi, Esordienti and Primavera women. The device will be used in events of international importance such as the Under 21 European Qualifiers in Italy and San Marino 2019 – it will already be available to the medical-health staff during the trip to the Czech Republic next Friday, November 10, 2017 – and the European Championship Qualifiers Finland Under 19 2018 – Polyter Evo will accompany the team already in the away match in Croatia where the Under 19 will face Croatia, Denmark and Latvia.
Transportability, completeness and battery operation make Polyter Evo the ideal device for sports physiotherapy, also practical for use on the go.
Tiziano Giacobbi, physiotherapist of the Federation: “The Polyter Evo is a tool that allows us to treat all the pathologies that our athletes may run into on a daily basis. For example, in recent days, we have already had the opportunity to treat a national team player to intervene on a contracture. The device will also accompany us on our next trips and I’m sure it will make a difference, allowing us to intervene in the field with a complete range of technologies”.