Training programme on musculoskeletal percutaneous electrolysis
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Training programme

Training programme: Ultrasound-guided musculoskeletal percutaneous electrolysis

Taught by:

Dr. Fermín Valera Garrido

Dr. Francisco Minaya Muñoz

Aimed at:

Physiotherapy graduates with previous training in musculoskeletal ultrasound (30 hours).

Programme:

The ULTRASOUND-GUIDED MUSCULOSKELETAL PERCUTANEOUS ELECTROLYSIS ADVANCED TRAINING course is aimed at physiotherapists and stems from the integration of clinical experience and animal and cadaver research, which has a clinical orientation through ‘Top’ structures.

  1. Concept of musculoskeletal percutaneous electrolysis.
  2. Past, present and future of musculoskeletal percutaneous electrolysis and its modalities (IPE*, PET*, MEP®, etc.).
  3. Injuries to the musculoskeletal system. Processes of repair and regeneration of soft tissue. Biological foundations of the MPE technique.
  4. Scientific and clinical evidence of the MPE technique.
  5. Principles of MPE treatment. Indications. Contraindications. Informed consent. Adverse effects and precautions. Post-procedure care and follow-up.
  6. Methodology of MPE application to the soft tissue of the locomotor system (tendon, ligament, muscle, fascia, capsule, nerve, periosteum).
    • Position of the patient/therapist.
    • Necessary material.
    • Assessment and selection of target tissue by ultrasound (B-mode, power Doppler, elastography, panoramic mode, 3D-4D).
    • Description of anatomical and ultrasound-guided approach (in plane long axis, out of plane short axis, oblique).
    • Safety measures and procedures.
    • Description of ultrasound-guided procedures (anterograde, retrograde, grid, sweep approaches).
    • Elastographic percutaneous electrolysis.
    • Isolated application techniques.
    • Combined application techniques (high voltage, microcurrents).
    • Parameters. Dosage.
  7. Treatment of tendinopathy with the MPE technique. TOP 11.
    • Rotator cuff tendons-supraspinatus-rotator interval.
    • Long head of the biceps tendon.
    • Epicondyle conjoint tendon.
    • Epitrochlear conjoint tendon.
    • Extensor pollicis brevis-abductor pollicis longus tendon (De Quervain’s tenosynovitis).
    • Hip adductor-long adductor conjoint tendon (pubalgia).
    • Patella-quadriceps tendon. Iliotibial band-popliteal tendon. Hamstring conjoint tendon.
    • Achilles tendon.
    • Posterior tibial tendon.
  8. Treatment of bursa injuries with the MPE technique. TOP 4.
    • Subacromial bursa.
    • Quadricipital bursa.
    • Retrocalcaneal bursa.
  9. Treatment of ligament injuries with the MPE technique. TOP 2.
    • Medial collateral knee ligament.
    • External lateral ankle ligament.
  10. Treatment of muscle injuries with the MPE technique. TOP 4.
    • Femoral rectus.
    • Hamstrings.
    • Inner calf-soleus (tennis leg).
    • Long adductor.
  11. Treatment of myofascial trigger points with the MPE technique. TOP 12.
    • Upper trapezius.
    • Levator scapulae.
    • Infraspinatus.
    • Brachioradialis.
    • Gluteus maximus.
    • Gluteus medius and minimus.
    • Psoas major.
    • Adductor magnus.
    • Quadriceps
    • Calves-soleus.
    • Posterior tibial.
    • Abductor of the big toe.
  12. Treatment of chronic muscle injury with the MPE technique.
  13. Treatment of chronic compartment syndrome with the MPE technique.
  14. Treatment of capsular retraction, fascial disorders and synovial problems using the MPE technique. TOP 9.
    • TMJ.
    • Capsular retraction in the knee.
    • Anterior and posterior impingement of the ankle.
    • Femoroacetabular impingement.
    • Plantar fascia.
    • Scars.
    • Synovial ganglion.
    • Parameniscal cyst.
    • Baker’s cyst.
  15. Treatment of nerve entrapment injury with the MPE technique. TOP 4.
    • Median nerve.
    • Radial nerve.
    • Sciatic nerve piriformis syndrome.
    • Morton’s neuroma.
  16. Treatment of periosteal lesions with the MPE technique.
  17.  MPE protocols and tissue biofeedback.
  18. Mechanotransduction. Post-procedure mechanical stimulation. Functional eccentric training. Load control and optimisation.
  19. Simulated practices on phantom and actual models.

Teaching methodology:

1)    Development of theoretical content with clinical orientation.

2)    Description of anatomical and ultrasound-guided structural approach.

3)     Simulated practices on blue phantom and among attendees.

4)     Actual clinical cases.

Lecturers

Dr. Francisco Minaya Muñoz

Dr. Francisco Minaya Muñoz

Dr. Francisco Minaya Muñoz Physiotherapist.

MVClinic.

Coordinator of the Official Master’s Course in Invasive Physiotherapy, CEU San Pablo University (Madrid).

Co-author of the book ‘Fisioterapia Invasiva’, published by Elsevier.

 

 

Dr. Fermín Valera Garrido

Dr. Fermín Valera Garrido

Dr. Fermín Valera Garrido Physiotherapist.

MVClinic.

Co-director of the Official Master’s Course in Invasive Physiotherapy, CEU San Pablo University (Madrid).

Co-author of the book ‘Fisioterapia Invasiva’, published by Elsevier.

Where is the course taught?

  • MADRID
    • MVClinic at the Prim Training Centre
  • SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE
    • MVClinic at Centro Masser
  • VALENCIA
    • Instema
  • BARCELONA
    • Fisioformación
  • SEVILLA
    • University of Seville Faculty of Physiotherapy
  • LA CORUÑA
    • Deporclínica
  • GIJON
    • Ifisiotec
  • PALMA DE MALLORCA
    • Association of Physiotherapists of the Balearic Islands
  • PORTUGAL PORTO
    • Mv Clinic
  • ZARAGOZA
    • Ecufis

Duration and number of places:

  • 60 hours (3 seminars of 20 hours).
  • 24 places.
  • Admission to the course is on a first-come, first-served basis.