‘The Lancet’ places Italian Healthcare 12th worldwide, fixing it among the top five European countries (along with Sweden, Norway, Spain, Luxemburg) while other traditionally excellent health systems are pushed way back (USA is 35th, Germany is 20th, Great Britain 31st). It has various excellences like in pediatric therapies, certain type of tumors (for example pancreatic, lung and brain), wellness centers and muscoskeletal diseases. In 2017, Bloomberg declared Italy the healthiest country in the world, underlining how that was possible thanks to a top quality Healthcare.
In 2012, the doctors Silvano Adami and Massimo Varenna conducted a study testing on a first battery of 80 patients, using Neridronate. This is a molecule of the bisphosphonates family used to treat Osteogenesis imperfecta, Paget’s disease of bone and, after the study’s success, also Algodistrophy (which is just another way to call CRPS). It is sold and produced by Abiogen Pharma under the name of Nerixia on the form of solutions available for infusions.
CRPS Treatment Italy obviously offers tourism assistance: a personal driver and interpreter will accompany you while discovering the majestic Venice; the Romeo and Juliet’s castles; Verona’s best sites.
Alternatively, Vicenza itself offers many Andrea Palladio’s architectonic jewels (the Basilica Palladiana, Villa La Rotonda…) and the spectacular view from the Berici Hills. The town is also home of one of the biggest American military bases in Europe, that hosts 12000 american citizens.
Our offices are located just an hour away from Venice and Verona: Vicenza, Italy, where the US Army has two bases, surrounded by UNESCO beauties.
Like Vicenza, Verona’s history goes back to Neolithic age and has developed thanks to the Roman Empire. One of the most famous sites in the city is the Arena, considered the best-preserved roman arena in the world (it is still in use).
Along with the food and some of the best and most exported wines of the world, you can admire buildings and churches from every different time and style and, of course, one of the most famous touristic sites: Giulietta’s house!
Venetian outback was populated way before the rise of the actual city. In medieval age, it became one of the Four Maritime Republics growing thanks to commerce, and became an incredible crossroad of cultures and different artistic styles.
Try the experience of eating fish based dishes sipping some wonderful wine, surrounded by tradition, art and beauties at every corner!
A small town at the feet of the Alps, right under Monte Grappa. Although it is beautiful and ancient, it is very famous for Grappa, a traditional and well-known liquor and, more importantly, it was the scenario of one of the biggest battles in World War I and a huge anti-fascist resistance center during WWII.
Virgil wrote in his "Aeneid" about the founding of the ancient city of Padua.
It has been a European capital of culture in the 14th century, hometown of painters like Giotto, whose masterpieces still call tourists from all over the world, or great poets like Petrarca, still studied in schools!
This is also one of the first college towns in the world and, along with Verona, presents one of the most prestigious and globally recognized Medical Schools!
Archaeological excavations in the Mincio valley include a Bronze Age settlements, some tombs dating to the Iron Age and some findings associated with the Etruscan civilization. A large Celtic necropolis, found in 1984 still partly buried under the current town, would prove the presence of that people from the 4th century AC and the 1st century DC.
The creation of the villages of Valeggio and Borghetto dates to the Lombard rule in northern Italy.
The monastery of Santa Maria was founded here, on the Mincio shore, was founded here in the 12th century; later it was a priory of the Knights Templar.
The large medieval fortifications which characterize Valeggio (Scaliger castle, the Visconti Bridge and the Serraglio difensive line) were built between the 13th and the 14th centuries... more
Garda Lake is the largest lake in Italy. It is a popular holiday location located in northern Italy, about halfway between Brescia and Verona, and between Venice and Milan on the edge of the Dolomites.
Glaciers formed this alpine region at the end of the last Ice Age.
The lake and its shoreline are divided between the provinces of Verona (to the south-east), Brescia (south-west), and Trentino (north).
The name Garda, which the lake has been seen referred to in documents dating to the eighth century, comes from the town of the same name. It is the evolution of the Germanic word warda, meaning "place of guard" or "place of observation."
The northern part of the lake is narrower, surrounded by more...