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Trigger Points - Myofascial Dysfunction and “Switch-off” Mechanisms

Posted by Simeon Niel Asher on

While trigger points may develop as a result of trauma, injury, or overuse, there may be other mechanisms at play Identifying and treating myofascial trigger points can be uniquely effective therapeutically. However, trigger points rarely develop in isolation and may return if the underlying cause is not identified and addressed. Long-standing trigger points may lead to secondary (and even tertiary) changes in the nervous system (sensitization) and to trigger point formation elsewhere remote from the original problem. While trigger points may develop as a result of trauma, injury, or overuse, there may be other mechanisms at play. The fact that...

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