Science Per Aquam: Evidence-Based Aquatic
Protocol for Vein-Lymphatic Patients


About the speaker: Sergio Gianesini is a surgeon of the University of Ferrara (ITALY) where he holds an associate professorship Italian habilitation in cardiovascular surgery and where he is dedicated to Vein & Lymphatic basic science, clinical research and practice. He is part of the permanent teaching body of the School of Medicine, as well as of the Vascular Surgery Residency program, of the courses of Physiotherapy and of the School of Dentistry. He is an adjunct associate professor in Surgery at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences in Bethesda, USA. He has a PhD in Vascular System Molecular Patho-physiology and he is part of the teaching body of the Advanced Therapies & Experimental Pharmacology PhD course at the University of Ferrara. Inside the University of Ferrara PhD programs he is involved in the internationalization process, facilitating interaction among different countries universities. He is invited professor of the Angiology II level Master of the University of Padova (ITALY). He is invited professor of the Albania University as well. He serves as editor in chief of Vascular Insights journal and as associate Editor of Phlebology Journal and of International Angiology Journal. He is in the editorial boards of Journal of Vascular Surgery venous & lymphatic disorders, of the Chinese Medical Journal, of the Surgical Sciences Journal and of the Turkish Journal of Vascular Surgery. He has published more than 80 scientific papers on vein-lymphatics topics, 3 textbooks and he has delivered more than 380 lectures around the world. He is a founding member of the venous-lymphatic World International Network (v-WIN) foundation, with which he developed projects leading to an official recognition of the United Nations Communications Coordination Committee and to an institutional representation during the 2021-2022 Universal Expo World Fair. He is currently the President of the International Union of Phlebology (UIP), serving unitl 2027.