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What is a CE sanitary certificate of Product Registration?

The CE sanitary certificate of product registration is a mandatory requirement to health market products in Europe. A product with health CE certificate is easily identified by a label and instructions for use by the CE symbol + serial number. For example:   If a Notified Organization is involved in the evaluation of conformity of the product the health CE comes with the identification number of the product. (In the picture: 1936 is the identification number Notified by TÜV). In the market, the CE shows that the product…

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Pokémon Go: overuse can cause tendinopathies

The videogame Pokémon Go is currently one of the most used apps around the world, overcoming the number of users of other apps like Facebook and Tinder. The game drives the world crazy and is currently a topic of conversation due to the different risks that may cause to human health. It became even more common to meet people on the street with their phones in their hands, looking  for the best Pokémon. The English version of the app Pokémon Go…

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EPTE® Official Centers in 8 different countries

1,000 EPTE® Official Centers in 10 different countries

Almost 1,000 EPTE® official centers in 10 different countries are using the percutaneous electrolysis therapy as a treatment. They own at least one EPTE® device and one or more of the professionals working in the clinic attended the official EPTE® percutaneous electrolysis course. Do you want to know what does it mean to be an Official Center EPTE® and how to become one? We will show you everything you need to know about our Official Centers, the advantages you will have by join…

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AS Roma medic staff at the EPTE course

AS Roma chooses Percutaneous Electrolysis EPTE®

The technique percutaneous electrolysis therapy EPTE® reaches the Premier League of Italian football. The doctors and physiotherapists of the AS Roma, one of the most important teams in the Italian Football League, had the opportunity to attend an EPTE® training to know how to recover the tendons affected by tendinopathies.  

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The hidden sugar in food and drinks

Sugar is a sweet-taste carbohydrate and one of the main ingredient of juices and soft drinks, but this “hidden sugar” is also used in salty biscuits and sauces. According to several studies, an excessive consumption has a relation with obesity; and it could also influence the central nervous system. Why has this extra amount of hidden sugar been used in processed food?

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Percutaneous electrolysis intensity and safety

Intensity in percutaneous electrolysis: a safety issue

Percutaneous electrolysis Therapy treatment has shown to be effective in damaged tendons thanks to the effect of galvanic current. In the case of EPTE®, percutaneous electrolysis therapy, an intensity of  treatment measured in micro-ampers (a milion part of an Amper) is applied. To choose low intensity (micro-Amps instead of mili-Amps) is a safety issue.

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Parents: 2 training programs to face the increasing children sedentarism

Parents and school trainers are worried about the incresing levels of children’s obesity. Sedentarism and the lack of activity has a lot to do with it, but things could change. Two programs stablish a new way to introduce students in sports and reach a minimum level of physical activity. The Daily Mile: an initiative against obesity An initiative in a primary School in Scotland has spread to the rest of the UK, the Netherlands, South Africa and beyond. They did…

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Percutaneous Electrolysis Course: Program EPTE®

Percutaneous Electrolysis Therapy (or EPTE®) is a technique for the treatment of different tendinopathies. EPTE® uses micro-currents (μA) applied via an acupuncture needle, to reach the tendon and produce an electrolysis phenomenon. The process of electrolysis destroys degenerated tissue and enhances a controlled inflammatory response in order to induce the natural recovery of the damaged structure. Hundreds of professionals are now using Percutaneous Electrolysis Therapy in their treatments, with optimal results. Following research findings and our experience, EPTE® can be considered a…

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Treatment of tendinopathies with EPTE® Percutaneous Electrolysis

Percutaneous Electrolysis is a non-invasive technique. It is the application of low voltage electrical current in order to cause the wanted biological response. Electrostimulation has been used for years to treat all kind of illnesses and diseases and to prevent and to improve the sporting performance. In the market, there are several low-frequency muscular electro stimulators with different characteristics, applications, and results. The difference with EPTE® is in the injury’s regenerative process. With EPTE® it is much more effective and faster.…

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5 things you should know about electrolysis (most of all, if you are a physio!)

EPTE Percutaneous Electrolysis Percutaneous, has had a great succes in the last years. However, electrolysis is not a new thing. It was discovered in the 19th century. Its therapeutical applications and research started 30 years ago. The electrolysis was fortuitously discovered by the english chemist William Nicholson in the 1800 while we was studying the electrical processes in the batteries. The electrolysis laws were developed some years later by the famous chemist and physicist Michael Faraday. The electrolysis is a physical…

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