Paschalis T.

Senior Physiotherapist
Brief info

BSc of Physiotherapy, Thessalonica Technological and Education Institute, Greece 2016
Myofascial Therapist
Member of Cyprus Association of Physiotherapists
Member of Greece Association of Physiotherapists

BSc of Physiotherapy, 2016
Areas of Expertise:
  • Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Neurological Disorders
  • Cardio Respiratory
  • Sports Injuries
  • Pre and Post Operation Rehabilitation

2012-2016 Paschalis Talampiris acquired his Bachelor Degree of Physiotherapy at the Thessalonica Technological and Education Institute in Greece. The Bachelor’s Thesis was focused on the sports injuries, neurologic care and operation rehabilitation. He has acquired his clinical experience in physiotherapy by practicing at “IASIS” private Physiotherapy Centers in Thessalonica, Greece where he specialized in the field of Orthopedic and Neuro-musculoskeletal disorders and Sports Injuries.

In 2013 Paschalis offered physiotherapy services in an 3rd aged clinic focusing on post surgery and trauma rehabilitation as well as neurologic disorders rehabilitation.

2013-2017 Paschalis did his practice to “IASIS” private physiotherapy center in Thessaloniki, Greece offering physiotherapy services for private and national’s health insurance patients in the orthopedic, neurological, respiratory and sports injuries field.

2012-2016 supported sports physiotherapy services for Volleyball teams (1st-3th Division) and many athletes from various sports.

Physiotherapy services at international level:

2015 Paschalis was elected as chief physiotherapist and he was offered professional services to the Greek National team of women’s Volley Ball U18 which obtained the Gold Medal in the European Tournament in Croatia and 8th place in European Tournament in the Netherlands.

Academic Qualifications

BSc of Physiotherapy
Thessalonica Technological and Education Institute, Greece 2012-2016

Further Qualifications
  • Advanced Neuro-Musculosceletal and Sports Taping Technique
  • Mulligan Technique specialized on shoulder and hip joints
  • Fascial Distortion Model (FDM)
  • Conservative Treatment of Lymphoedema
  • Myofascial and Trigger Point Therapy
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