RICHMOND, VA - 04/13/2017 (PRESS RELEASE JET)
Players for The Richmond Black Widows come from different areas of Virginia, different cultures and professional backgrounds, but what they all have in common is a love for the game of football. That love and hard work earned them the Women's Football Alliance (WFA) National Conference Title in 2016, their debut season.
Head Coach of the Richmond Black Widows, Bill Donati, has taken steps to reduce the effect of injuries on performance and reports that, “The team is using USA Laser for injuries sustained during games.” USA Laser Biotech provides LUMIX laser therapy to treat pain and injuries, along with conditioning for peak performance, rehab and injury prevention for the team’s 2017 season, which began on April 1. The team is one-for-one, beating the Connecticut Hawks 32-12 on April 8.
Dr. Nelson Marquina, president of USA Laser Biotech and an internationally-recognized laser therapy expert, will direct treatment protocols for the team with a mission to keep the players in the best performance-ready shape possible. LUMIX Lasers were the first superpulsed lasers to be cleared by the FDA and are proven effective in treating deep tissue pain and inflammation, as well as, the regeneration of cells and tissue.
Coach Donati is already optimistic about the benefits for the team, “I have had the privilege of being treated by USA Laser for sciatica, and with just one treatment, my back has felt significantly better.” Drug-free pain relief is a key factor in sports performance where it is critical that mind and body function together at optimal capacity.
The Richmond Black Widows continues their season with a home-field advantage at the Bon Secours Redskins Training Center in Richmond, VA on Saturday, April 15. Kickoff is at 4pm.
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