Victor Rey

EPTE® percutaneous electrolysis courses, international calls

In the coming months of 2018, EPTE® percutaneous electrolysis courses will continue in different European countries. Last week we talked about EPTE® percutaneous electrolysis official courses in Spain and South America. Today we would like to advance our educational offer between September and December in the European countries. All about EPTE® percutaneous electrolysis courses in Europe hereunder.

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EPTE® electrolysis in the UK, the Netherlands and Sweden

November ’17 has been a productive month in the international spreading of EPTE® percutaneous electrolysis therapy. The most important Physiotherapy Congress in the UK, organized by the CSP, took place in Birmingham. EPTE® was there to introduce its product and the training programme. The Shockwave Nationaal Congress, in the Netherlands, and the most important Physiotherapy Fair in Sweden (Fysioterapidagarna) have been other EPTE® destinations in those last 30 days.

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Two devices for a whole protocole: EPTE percutaneous electrolyss and EPTE Inertial

EPTE electrolysis and EPTE Inertial Concept in Ireland

The EPTE® electrolysis technique is an effective treatment for tendinopathies used by more than 1,000 clinics and hospitals in the world. We will be in Dublin (Ireland) for the first time next 14th October, for a free workshop. Venue adress: Blanchardstown Road North, Dublin 15 Ireland What is Percutaneous Electrolysis Therapy EPTE®? Percutaneous Electrolysis Therapy EPTE® is a ground-breaking technique in the treatment of tendinopathies. The treatment with Percutaneous Electrolysis Therapy it’s fast, effective, and involves minimal pain for the patient. The…

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Tendinitis vs tendinopathies

What to do when a tendon hurts

“Tendinitis” is the coloquial word to describe the pathology affecting a tendon. This term is, nowadays, has almost fallen in disuse, as that doesn’t take into consideration the histological changes in the tissue. If we think to have the symptoms of a tendon damaged, we should visit a therapist. The physiotherapist has a wide range of tools for tendinopathies treatment. This article only has the purpose to provide some information about tendon pathology, but it doesn’t claim to substitute the…

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Corso EPTE a Londra

EPTE course in London – percutaneous electrolysis

The EPTE® percutaneous electrolysis training will be back in London next 27th and 28th January. The first EPTE® percutaneous electrolysis course in the UK, with therapist from 10 different nationalities, was a great experience. The professor of this first EPTE® course in London was Álvaro Fernández Rolle. This was the course number 140, and the 10th country where EPTE® did organized a course. The cooperation of the physiotherapist Ms Sara Ayala and the London Healthcare clinic centre was of great importance…

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EPTE treatment Achilles tendon course

Percutaneous electrolysis course in London

The percutaneous electrolysis EPTE® technique involves the application of a galvanic current through an acupuncture needle to accurately reach the damaged part of a tissue. It is currently used by more than 2,500 Physiotherapists, Doctors and Medical Practitioners in 26 different countries and this number continues to grow on a monthly basis. Both the basic and advanced course have been developed by leading experts in the Research and Training Physiotherapist department of EPTE®. The first course in the United Kingdom…

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Distance between two poles in EPTE

Interpolar distance: safety in electrolysis application

The interpolar distance (distance between the two poles anode and cathode) has a main role in the electric safety when the electrolysis technique is applied. Galvanic current flows through the tissues between the two points, and will affect them depending on their degeneration level: pathologic tissue has a lower resistance to current electrical flow (electrical resistance) due its physic and biological features. Both in the cathode and anode (negative pole and positive pole) some histologic changes will be produced due…

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Human movement pattern

Human movement evolution

The human being evoluted from nomad lifestyle with a body designed to walk long distances, to a sedentary lifestyle. The human movement evolution (movement as a need, movement as a sport, problems due to lack of movement), the apparition of compensatory formules for the lack of movement and even the evolution to bipedalism are some of the aspects of this text based on the oral presentation Evolución del movimiento humano de  German Colina y Nicolás Ogues.  This is the result of their research…

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