EPI ® method


The EPI® system is an innovative technique to activate the Anti-inflammatory and pro-regenerative mechanisms of the affected tissue, restoring naturally regeneration and function in Tendinopathies, muscle, ligament injuries and other soft tissues.


The EPI® system is used to treat the most common soft tissue and tendon injuries, including: injuries
  • Patellar tendon
  • Achilles tendon
  • Pubalgia
  • Lateral and medial epicondyle
  • Rotator cuff
  • Plantar fascia


EPI® machines are specifically designed to:


  • Optimise electrical stimuli
  • Microchip programmed to administer the impulse precisely and for the exact time required for specific denaturing and elimination of degenerated tissue.
  • Ergonomic grip provides excellent control
  • Autonomous, portable system


Highly intuitive display:
  • Treatment programmed in a single step
  • Console with permanent parameter display
  • Pre-established treatment programmes based on our broad spectrum of experience
  • Touch controls
  • Programming instructions guided by the equipment itself
  • Smart safety control


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Intratissue Percutaneous Electrolysis

is an innovative technique consisting of the ultrasound-guided application of a specifically designed and controlled continuous current that causes an electrochemical reaction only in the degenerated area of the treated tissue. EPI treatment with EPI devices is used to treat muscular lesions on sports medicine and rehabilitation.

EPI treatment

EPI Devices have been specifically designed to optimize electrical stimulus. Our EPI treatment integrate a xip specifically programmed to administer specífic signals computing optimus time and impulse to remove the degenerated tissue. That is why the sistem is considered little invasive. The Intratissue Percutaneous Electrolisis method is used to treat


, recovering normal state of tendons in a short time. In ocasions, when Tendinopathy is not at advanded states, pacients can keep practicing some sort of sports while being treated. Tendinopaty techniques and EPI treatment must be studied and used by a profesional specialist and their indications to be followed. Specialized doctors are the best to inform you about different kinds of techniques to treat tendinopaty given the state of their patient injury. You can inform yourself about EPI, devices and treatment in this website. And some other things: Rehabilitation , EPI devices , EPI treatment , Sports medicine Tendinopathy , Sports medicine , Intratissue Percutaneous Electrolisis , EPI treatmentDoctor Jose Manuel Sanchez specialist in Physical Therapy Sports Rehabilitation and Recovery is the creator of the technique

Intratissue Percutaneous Electrolysis

, better known as EPI. He is also the founder and president of EPI Advanced Medicine. Among his honors can be found: Member of the MPA of Harvard University, Member of the Spanish Association of Physiotherapy, Member of Spanish Federation of Sports Medicine, as well as prestigious awards. The doctor has treated the most prestigious sports treatments throughout his career both curative and preventive and rehabilitation of sports injuries.

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