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ISSN: 2386-4583

Journal of Invasive Techniques in Physical Therapy

Invasive Techniques in Physical Therapy is a scientific journal published biannually in both Spanish and English (Revista Fisioterapia Invasiva) in Open Access with double-blind peer review. The aim of the journal is to globally disseminate scientific knowledge regarding invasive techniques used in physical therapy concerning aspects of clinical practice related with the assessment, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal system. Techniques covered include dry needling, percutaneous needle electrolysis, neuromodulation, mesotherapy, acupuncture, infiltrations or neural therapy, and associated therapeutic tools, such as musculoskeletal ultrasound, thermography, electromyography or therapeutic exercise programs. The mission of this publication is to create a journal of reference for physiotherapy and all related interest groups.
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Vol. 1 .Num. 1. October 2016

Editorial

The first stone

La primera piedra

Fermín Valera Garrido
Journal of Invasive Techniques in Physical Therapy 2016;1:1

Original article

Description of the sural nerve and its relation to invasive techniques in physical therapy

Alejandro López-Ferraz, Francisco J. Valderrama-Canales, Fermín Valera-Garrido
Journal of Invasive Techniques in Physical Therapy 2016;1:2-9

A comparative study between low and high intensity percutaneous needle electrolysis in patients with patellar tendinopathy: a structural and functional analysis

Ariel Padrón-Benítez, Silvia Rojas-Mederos
Journal of Invasive Techniques in Physical Therapy 2016;1:10-7

Effects of percutaneous needle electrolysis of the patellar tendon on local and contralateral temperature, measured with infrared thermography

Óscar Carvajal-Fernández, David Álvarez-Prats, Francesc Medina-Mirapeix, Francisco Minaya-Muñoz
Journal of Invasive Techniques in Physical Therapy 2016;1:18-25

Alteration of needle tips with dry needling techniques

Marc Bosque, Luis Rhys-Jones, Emilio Poveda-Pagan, Rafael Guerra-Perez, Manel Martínez Santafé
Journal of Invasive Techniques in Physical Therapy 2016;1:26-34

Effects of deep dry needling on muscle activation and pain threshold

Alonso Roca, Y. Alakhdar Mohmara, C. San Martín
Journal of Invasive Techniques in Physical Therapy 2016;1:35-42

Ultrasound-guided vs. manual applications during invasive techniques in physiotherapy

A. Benito Domingo, F. Valera Garrido, F. Minaya Muñoz
Journal of Invasive Techniques in Physical Therapy 2016;1:43-50

Review article

Quality of reliability studies for ultrasound evaluation of Achilles tendon: A systematic review

Elena Portaceli-Oñate, Federico D. Puglisi, Jacinto J. Martínez-Payá, Mª Elena del Baño-Aledo, José Ríos-Díaz
Journal of Invasive Techniques in Physical Therapy 2016;1:51-9

Case in images

Ultrasound imaging approach for the plantar calcaneonavicular ligament (spring ligament)

Abordaje ecográfico del ligamento calcaneonavicular plantar ( spring ligament)

María Elena del Baño-Aledo, Jacinto Javier Martínez-Payá, José Ríos-Díaz
Journal of Invasive Techniques in Physical Therapy 2016;1:60-2