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Trigger Point Therapy for Fibromyalgia and Knots

Effective Trigger Point Therapy for Muscle Knots

Trigger Point pain referral chart.  A trigger point is a section of your muscle that is stuck contracted due to repetitive use, over use, trauma, or injury.  The problem with this is that it shortens the muscle & can block blood from getting through which means less oxygen, nutrients & waste removal to those tissues.  Trigger point therapy was a specialty of mine at one point :)

Trigger Point pain referral chart. A trigger point is a section of your muscle that is stuck contracted due to repetitive use, over use, trauma, or injury. The problem with this is that it shortens the muscle & can block blood from getting through which means less oxygen, nutrients & waste removal to those tissues. Trigger point therapy was a specialty of mine at one point :)

For Trigger Point therapy to be effective, you must be able to relax the muscles you are trying to treat.

For Trigger Point therapy to be effective, you must be able to relax the muscles you are trying to treat.

Trigger Point pain referral chart.  A trigger point is a section of your muscle that is stuck contracted due to repetitive use, over use, trauma, or injury.  The problem with this is that it shortens the muscle & can block blood from getting through which means less oxygen, nutrients & waste removal to those tissues.  Trigger point therapy was a specialty of mine at one point :)

Trigger Point pain referral chart. A trigger point is a section of your muscle that is stuck contracted due to repetitive use, over use, trauma, or injury. The problem with this is that it shortens the muscle & can block blood from getting through which means less oxygen, nutrients & waste removal to those tissues. Trigger point therapy was a specialty of mine at one point :)

For Trigger Point therapy to be effective, you must be able to relax the muscles you are trying to treat.

For Trigger Point therapy to be effective, you must be able to relax the muscles you are trying to treat.

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