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One of the most recent state-of-the-art techniques in the field of orthopedics, is the Percutaneous Electrolysis Therapy EPTE®, a minimally invasive technique. It is the preferred choice of contemporary orthopedists as a rapid and efficient treatment for the majority of tendinopathies, including chronic tendinopathies. An electrolysis treatment medical device is used to transmit a low intensity galvanic electric current directly to the damaged tissue (tendon, muscle, joint etc.) via a percutaneous needle. Percutaneous Electrolysis Therapy EPTE® delivers treatment for sports injuries, neuromusculoskeletal therapy and orthopedic surgery and traumatology by causing a controlled inflammatory response of the organism in order to induce the body’s own healing reaction in the treated area.

Treatment with Percutaneous Electrolysis Therapy EPTE® doesn’t exceed a five-week period (including chronic tendinopathies) and is recommended for common types of soft tissue injuries, for instance injuries of the patellar tendon, the achilles tendon, and the supraspinatus tendon. It is also recommended in cases of plantar fasciitis, lateral and medial epicondylitis, athletic pubalgia muscle strains etc.

Clinical studies confirm that the method of intratissue percutaneous electrolysis on tendons and muscles shortens recovery time and allows patients to return to daily activities after only a few weeks. Administration of three ultrasound-guided punctures is achieved respectively during every ten-minute session. The electrolysis treatment medical device is manufactured in Spain and has attained the CE marking, demonstrating its safety and conformity with CE directives. The low-intensity current causes no pain to the patient.
In addition to this minimally invasive treatment, physiotherapy sessions are likely to be recommended by the orthopedist as complementary to infusion treatments.

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