Invasive physiotherapy

Diploma in Physiotherapy

Diploma in Physiotherapy

Invasive physical therapy is a set of techniques that uses a solid needle to percutaneously apply physical agents to the musculoskeletal tissue.
Currently there are different types of invasive physiotherapy:

Dry needling

The Dry Needling (PS) technique or “dry needling” is based on the introduction of an acupuncture needle into the body without introducing substances, causing a mechanical stimulus, falling within invasive physiotherapy techniques using physical agents. It is used to treat Myofascial Pain Syndrome, eliminating MTrP.

Percutaneous Intratissue Electrolysis

Percutaneous Intratissue Electrolysis (EPI®) is an invasive physical therapy technique that consists of the ultrasound-guided application of a galvanic current through an acupuncture needle that produces a < span style="color:#00B0F0">inflammatory process of a local nature allowing phagocytosis and repair of the affected soft tissue (tendon, ligament, muscle or fascia)


Meuromodulation consists of a specific current with a specific frequency and applied near the nerve to restore its function and/or enhance that of its muscular, ligamentous receptors, etc.