Dr. Pablo Herrero. PT, PhD

  • Licensed in Physiotherapy, specialized in the area of Invasive Physiotherapy and Myofascial Pain. Doctor in Physiotherapy from the University of Zaragoza with European Mention. Positive evaluation by the ANECA for the figures of contracted professor doctor, assistant professor doctor and private university professor. Recognized Research Sexennium for the period 2010-2016
  • Currently he is Lecturer and Researcher at University of Zaragoza.
  • He is also President of the Association for Research on Motor Disability (AIDIMO)and Editor (Editor-in-Chief) Invasive Physiotherapy Magazine (ISSN: 2386-4591) and Journal of Invasive Techniques in Physical Therapy (ISSN: 2386-4583).
  • Among the scientific achievements, the following stand out publications in journals of international impact in the area of invasive physiotherapy and pain, also highlighting being the author of the technique and concept DNHS® and co-inventor of the patented 3TOOL tool for the treatment and self-treatment of muscle contractures and overloads. Both the DNHS technique and the 3TOOL tool (www.3-tool.com) are present internationally and represent an example of transfer from the area of Physiotherapy to the professional field and the Society. In addition, the 3TOOL tool received the Emerging Innovation Award at the Third Millennium Awards.
  • Among the projects in which Dr. Pablo Herrero has participated, two European projects that were led by him stand out:
      • Project titled “3TOOLing your Health” within the European Project INNOvative LABS for leveraging cross capacity building between ICT, Health, BIO and Medicine sectors for new emerging industries in personalized health INNOLABS, Grant Agreement. 691556, Sub-Grant Agreement No.: 2017/A09
      • Project titled“Knowledge Alliance for Innovative Measures in Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders. Prevent4Work” en la Erasmus + Programme – Key Action (KA2) — Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices. Call
        for Proposals EAC/A05/2017 – Knowledge Alliances” (898476€).
      • He has also participated in many other projects, most recently the Motigravity project, which received funding of €180000, for the transfer of technology from the aerospace sector to the physiotherapy sector, specifically for the rehabilitation of gait in neurological patients.