Seminari Internacional dels Arxius de l'Esport | Daniel Marcos
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Daniel Marcos

Professor at the University School of Health and Sports (EUSES) of the University of Girona.

Daniel Marcos

In 2015, he graduated in physiotherapy from EUSES-UdG and between 2015 and 2016 he took a health and sports master’s degree in the speciality of sports rehabilitation and readaptation at the National Institute of Physical Education of Catalonia (INEFC) of the University of Barcelona. Between 2017 and 2018 he graduated as a structural osteopath in the speciality of biomechanics and joint and visceral adjustment from the International School of Physical Therapy (ESITEF-OMPHIS).

Since 2015, he has combined teaching with his work as a physiotherapist and osteopath at the SOMA Health Centre for Physiotherapy and Osteopathy, where he carries out biomechanical analyses on cycling, walking and running. Specialising in sports and trauma physiotherapy, he has professional experience in paediatric and neurological physiotherapy -Physiotherapy and Sports Association for Childhood Disability (AFEDI)- and also extensive experience as a mechanical designer and in 2D-3D and CAD-CAM industrial design (1996-2015).

Among his publications, we can highlight the scientific review of the book Biomechanics and Pathomechanics of Human Walking, published in Barcelona by AFEDI in October 2015, and his contributions to the 7th VISTA Conference Securing the Future for Young Para-Athletes, organised by the International Paralympic Committee, which was held in Girona in October 2015.

He has also published the posters “Facilitator orthopaedic device for children with severe functional and great restriction disabilities of access to sport”, together with D.A. Puig-Diví and I. Martí-Terradas, and “Therapeutic climbing protocol for children with spastic hemiparesis”, with D.A. Puig-Diví, T. Navarro and D. Fort-Van Meerhaeghe.