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    • Application of percutaneous needle electrolysis does not elicit temperature changes: an in vitro cadaveric study 

      Borrella-Andrés, Sergio; Malo-Urriés, Miguel; Albert, Pérez-Bellmunt; Arias-Buría, José L.; Rodríguez-Sanz, Jacobo; Albarova-Corral, María Isabel; González Rueda, Vanessa; Gallego-Sendarrubias, Gracia M.; Fernández de Las Peñas, César; López de Celis, Carlos (International Journal of Environmental Reseacrh and Public Health, 2022)
      Percutaneous needle electrolysis (PNE) consists of the ultrasound-guided application of a galvanic electrical current through a solid filament needle. One proposed therapeutic mechanism for this ...
    • Correlation between physical performance and stabilometric parameters in older adults 

      Labata-Lezaun, Noé; Gonzalez-Rueda, Vanessa; Rodríguez-Sanz, Jacobo; López-de-Celis, Carlos; LLURDA ALMUZARA, LUIS; Rodríguez-Rubio, Pere Ramón; Albert, Pérez-Bellmunt (Medicina, 2022)
      Background and Objectives: Falls are a common and serious threat to the health and independence of older adults. The decrease in functional capacity during aging means an increased risk of falls. To ...
    • Effectiveness of a multicomponent training program on physical performance and muscle quality in older adults: a quasi-experimental study 

      Labata-Lezaun, Noé; Canet-Vintró, Max; López-de-Celis, Carlos; Rodríguez-Sanz, Jacobo; Aiguade Aiguade, Ramon; Cuadra Llopart, Leonor; Jovell Fernandez, Esther; Bosch, Joan; Albert, Pérez-Bellmunt (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2023)
      Aging is associated with a decrease in functional capacity, manifested by a loss of strength, physical performance and muscle quality. Multicomponent training (MCT), characterized by the combination of ...