Dionysis Zacharopoulos

Physiotherapist, MSc, OMT, Dip.Acup.

Born in 1986 in Athens, he is a Physiotherapist (member of the “Panhellenic Association of Physiotherapists”) specialized in musculoskeletal rehabilitation.

In 2010 he graduated from the Physiotherapy Department of the School of Health Sciences (University of Thessaly – Lamia,Greece). After completing his studies, he received a 2-year training and certification (2015) in evidence-based Biomedical Acupuncture from the ‘Hellenic Physiotherapy Society of Algology.’ He is specialized in orthopedic musculoskeletal physiotherapy and obtained the title Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy (OMT) as he graduated (2016) from the approved and recognized ‘Hellenic OMT Diploma’ , under the auspices of the ‘International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists’ (IFOMPT).

In 2019, he completed the Master’s degree in “Molecular & Applied Physiology” at the Medical School of the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens. He has participated and holds certifications of several clinical seminars for the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal and sports injuries (Mulligan Concept – Kinesiotape – IASTM Soft Molecule Techniques – Blood Flow Restriction Method). His clinical interests are musculoskeletal physiotherapy, injuries and rehabilitation of athletes and neuroscience.

From 2010-2019 he worked with Physiotherapy Centres with main interest in the rehabilitation of Musculoskeletal injuries and diseases.

Since 2019 he is the owner and scientific manager of the modern physiotherapy centre “TheraMotion Physiotherapy”, located in Athens, Greece.

The purpose of this workshop is the presentation and demonstration of Ion Induction Therapy with the Papimi device, as part of the treatment protocol in the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal cases and sports injuries. 
The Papimi device thanks to the short-duration and high-power magnetic impulses has the effect of increasing blood flow and enhancing the transmembrane potential of the cells, increasing the permeability to ions.
This results in both the preparation of the tissue before the beginning of the rehabilitation and the improvement of the well-being of the patient.

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