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Achilles tendon tendinopathy. What is it and how to treat it

Achilles tendon tendinopathy is one of the most frequent injuries in running sports. The load will be a key element when it comes to an injury, as it happens in other tendinous structures. Overload, as well as an inadequate load adaptation, lack of load or sedentary life, will be risk factors to consider in this kind of injuries. The Achilles tendon, just like other tendons, has the following main functions: • transmission of power generated during muscle contraction. • and…

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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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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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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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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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