Belgian Technology Helps Wolverhampton Players
JEECEE, the company of total therapist Jacques Caluwé, is about to partner with Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers FC. The famous B-E-St device designed by Caluwé must help Red Devil Leander Dendoncker to recover faster after competitions and training. B-E-St is currently active in many Belgian top clubs such as Antwerp, Racing Genk and Club Brugge.
The B-E-St technology has been around since 2008. «B-E-St stands for Bio-Energy-Stimulation,” says Jacques Caluwé Jr., who has already rolled out the technology in 25 countries and can count many great names among his customers.
«Our device accelerates the recovery of the cells through current stimulation. We work together with top names from the physiotherapy and physiotherapy world, but also with many international top athletes such as former top athlete Tia Hellebaut. »
In our country, the company of the Caluwé family from Bassevelde, mainly established name and fame through its collaboration with well-known football players. For example, JEECEE once made the world press when one Arjen Robben used the technology to recover faster from a muscle tear in the run-up to the World Cup. Meanwhile, the list of top players using B-E-St is getting longer.
“Last year we got a player fit just before the Champions League final. It is not always easy to deal with that. Those players and their entourage are still fond of their privacy. Something we obviously respect. ”
Nevertheless, the operation of the B-E-St device does not go unnoticed. Not even in the Premier League. This week, the club was allowed to announce the collaboration with the Wolverhampton of Red Devil Leander Dendoncker.
“Wolverhampton came to us because some of their Portuguese physicians knew our technology and had very positive results. Now we will also officially collaborate. » Caluwé was very impressed with Wolverhampton’s medical staff.
“Wolverhampton has one of the smallest players-cores in the Premier League, yet the club has very few injuries. The medical staff does an excellent job. It really is an example of how it should be done. Our technology should help their players recover faster and recover from injuries. Not a luxury in the Premier League, with several games a week still the toughest competition in the world. According to some top sports doctors, some players recover 50 to 60% faster with muscle injuries, but we also achieve good results for muscle, tendon, joint and ligament injuries.
In the Premier League, every percent makes the difference. We are therefore in our place in the toughest competition in the world », according to Jacques Caluwé Jr.