tendinosis

10 reasons to choose Percutaneous Electrolysis EPTE®

Tendinopathies or tendon lesions, which until recently were associated with tendinitis, account for around 35% of occupational diseases in EU countries, from 30 to 50% of athletes are affected by this type of Pathologies, as well as 5% of the sedentary population, being affected a high percentage of the patients who come to the clinics of the physiotherapists. Percutaneous Electrolysis has proven to be a very effective technique in the treatment of this type of injuries. There are several percutaneous electrolysis…

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The Achilles tendon: Injuries and treatment with percutaneous electrolysis

The Achilles tendon, stretching from the heel bone to the calf muscle, is one of the strongest and longest in the body. It is responsible for the ability to extend the foot and point the toes. On average it is around 15 centimetres long and 6.1 mm in thickness in people aged 10-17 years, 6.3mm in people aged 18-30 years, and 6.9 mm in people aged over 30. It tends to be more flexible in women and the young, and…

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