BIOLOGY OF EXERCISE 14 (1): 31-38, 2018 Full text (PDF file)

Dry needling and neuromuscular exercises in the management of chronic ankle instability. A case study


Ioannou Andria1, Stasinopoulos Dimitrios2

1 Msc student in Sports Physiotherapy, PT, European University Cyprus
2 Chairperson / Associate Professor, Physiotherapy, Coordinator of MSc in Sports Physiotherapy Coordinator of Physiotherapy Program, Director of Cyprus Musculoskeletal and Sports Trauma Research Centre (CYMUSTREC) Physiotherapy Program, Dep. of Health Sciences, School of Sciences,
European University Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus


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