Dr. Pablo Herrero is Head of Research at San Jorge University. He holds a doctorate in Physical Therapy from Zaragoza University (Spain) with European Mention after spending a research stage at Keele University (UK). Dr. Herrero is specialist in invasive techniques, teaching about dry needling for the treatment of myofascial pain at pregraduate (San Jorge University) and post-graduate courses. He is the author of DNHS® technique and method, a dry needling technique to treat spasticity, which has been expanded to different countries all through the world. He is also inventor of the patented 3TOOL, an innovative tool to help physios with treatments and also for selftreatment.At the moment Dr. Herrero is Head of iPhysio Research Group at San Jorge University. He is also President of the Association for Research in Motor Handicap (AIDIMO) and is a member of the Editorial Committee of the Journal of Invasive techniques in Physical Therapy.
Dr. Pablo Herrero's research area is myofascial trigger points, with conservative treatents and dry needling, including neuro patients.