- Physiotherapist Mysiris Giannis was born in Larissa in 1990.
- Graduate of Physiotherapy in 2013, with a master’s degree in “Advanced Physiotherapy” from the University of Thessaly.
- In 2018 he completed the first ever research study in Greece regarding the treatment of temporomandibular disorders with conservative treatment regimens. In 2019 he participated with his research team in the World Congress of Physiotherapy in Switzerland, presenting a new research study on the knee joint. He has worked in various physiotherapy centers, while he was in charge of physiotherapy rehabilitation in a pain clinic for 3 years.
- In January 2020, together with his partner Anna-Maria Iliopoulou, he created the Physioclock Advanced Physiotherapy Center, which is located in the center of Larissa.
- Specializes in the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal diseases and sports injuries, while actively dealing with modern methods of evaluation and recovery.
- Biomedical Acupuncture
- Dry Needling
- Temporomandibular Disorders: Manual Therapy and Exercise
- Applied Bioengineering of the lower extremity
- Advanced Physiotherapy in shoulder and scapular rehabilitation
- Certified therapist of the Kinesiotaping method (KT1, KT2, KT3)
- Certified therapist for the use of Shockwave therapy
Speeches at World Physiotherapy Conferences
- Vassis, K., Misiris,, Kanellopoulos, A.K., Kapreli, E., Poulis, I., (2019). “The relationship between isokinetic knee flexor and extensor muscular performance parameters and three functional tests”, World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT), Geneva, Switzerland, 2019
Publications in International Journals
- Vassis, A.K. Kanellopoulos, Misiris, P. Trigkas, S. Spanos, I. Poulis (2020), “Knee isokinetic test scores and functional hop test findings: Are they related?” Isokinetic and Exercise science