Physiotherapy invasive is a specialty within the physical therapy that involves the use of therapeutic techniques invasive, such as dry needling, the fibrolysis diacutánea, the electrolysis percutaneous, among others, for the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and the peripheral nervous system.

These therapeutic techniques involve the insertion of needles, electrodes or surgical instruments through the skin and soft tissues in the body. 

Physiotherapy invasive is used to treat a wide range of conditions, such as myofascial trigger points, tendinopathies, muscle contractures, plantar fasciitis, peripheral neuropathy, among others.

Physical therapy is invasive and is considered to be a complementary approach and non-invasive surgery, and it may offer a cost-effective alternative to pharmacological treatments for the management of pain. In addition, the physical therapy invasive it can also improve the function and quality of life of the patient, especially in cases where other treatments have failed.

It is important to note that physical therapy is invasive and can only be carried out by physical therapists trained and certified, and always under strict asepsis, and sterilization to minimize the risks of infection and other side effects.

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