Dr. Fousekis Konstantinos, Pt, BSc, MSc, PhD
Associate Professor in Physiotherapy TEI of Western Greece
Master Instructor of ERGON IASTM Technique
Dr. Kostantinos Fousekis is a physiotherapist with a specialization in soft tissue mobilization and Sports Physiotherapy.
He is Assistant Professor in Sports Physiotherapy of the Department of Physiotherapy of Technological Education Institute of Western Greece.
He has a long experience in rehabilitation of musculoskeletal and sports injuries and is a professional physiotherapist of professional soccer teams. He is the author of the book entitled «Clinical Sports Physiotherapy» and of several scientific publications (https://scholar.google.gr/scholar?hl=el&q=kfousekis&btnG) regarding the evaluation and rehabilitation of sports and musculoskeletal injuries with soft tissue techniques.
In collaboration with Konstantinos Mylonas developed older IASTM techniques and created the technique ERGON TECHNIQUE as the basic treatment of painful and non-musculoskeletal disorders.
|Dr. Fousekis- Curriculum Vitae|
|University:||Technological Educational Institute Of Western Greece/European University Cyprus|
|Full Name:||Konstantinos Fousekis|
|Rank:||Assistant Professor of Sports Physiotherapy|
|Degree||Year||Awarding Institution||Department||Thesis title|
|BSc||1995||National & Kapodistrian University of Athens||Dept of Sports Sciences||Soccer Injuries|
|ΒSc||1998||Charles University – Prague -CZ||Dept of Physiotherapy||The effects of manual therapy in low back pain patients|
|MSc||1999||Glasgow University, UK, Sc||Medical Faculty||Incidence of soccer injuries in a professional soccer club|
|PhD||2010||National & Kapodistrian University of Athens||Dept of Sports Sciences||Multivariate analysis of myodynamic asymmetries, literalities and injuries in professional soccer players|
|Period of employment||Employer||Location||Position|
|2014||date||TEI WESTERN GREECE||PATRA||Associate Professor of Physiotherapy|
|2008||2014||TEI of PATRAS||PATRA||Lecturer of Physiotherapy|
|Key refereed journal/ conference publications or monographs (list up to 8)|
|1||2010||“Intrinsic risk factors of non-contact quadriceps and hamstring strains in soccer: a prospective study of 100 professional players.” .||Elias Tsepis,Peter Poulmedis, Spyros Athanasopoulos and George Vagenas||British journal of sports medicine||77||560|
|“Lower limb strength in professional soccer players: profile, asymmetry, and training age||Elias Tsepis, and George Vagenas.||.”Journal of sports science & medicine 9.3 (2010): 364.||9.3 (2010)||364|
|“Intrinsic risk factors of noncontact ankle sprains in soccer a prospective study on 100 professional players.”||Elias Tsepis, and George Vagenas.||The American journal of sports medicine||40.8 (2012):||1842-1850.|
|4||2010||“Multivariate isokinetic strength asymmetries of the knee and ankle in professional soccer players.”||Elias Tsepis, and George Vagenas.||J Sports Med Phys Fitness||50.4 (2010||465-74|
|“The Effect of a Core Stability Program on the Functional Capacity of Patients with Chronic Recurrent Low Back Pain”.||.”Physiotherapy Issues/Themata Fisikotherapeias||7.2|
|6||2014||Aggressive massage techniques can accelerate safe return after hamstrings strain: A case study of a professional soccer player.||Mylonas, K., & Charalampopoulou, V. (2014).||J. Sports Med. Doping. Stud||4(3)||1-5|
|7||2016||Elastic Bandaging for Orthopedic and Sports Injuries Prevention and Rehabilitation: A Systematic Review.||Billis, E., Matzaroglou, C., Mylonas, K., Koutsojannis, C., & Tsepis, E. (2016).||Journal of sport rehabilitation,||1-28.|
|8||2017||Association of low back pain on physical, sociodemographic and lifestyle factors across a general population sample within Greece.||Billis, E., Koutsojannis, C., Matzaroglou, C., Gliatis, J., Fousekis, K., Gioftsos, G., … & Tsepis, E.||Journal of back and musculoskeletal rehabilitation||30(2)||279-290.|