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Trigger Point Therapy - Defining a Frozen Shoulder

Posted by Judith Winer on

    Frozen Shoulder Syndrome (Adhesive Capsulitis)       Treating Frozen Shoulder - Maureen Abson    What is Frozen Shoulder?  Frozen Shoulder Syndrome (FSS) is among the most severe, painful and debilitating shoulder conditions. It is fairly common and rarely the result of an underlying illness or pathology. Frozen Shoulder affects as many as 2-5% of the population.  Experts define frozen shoulder as "a stiff shoulder with less than 50% of normal range of active and passive motion in any direction". Although it is fairly common, one of the main problems is that frozen shoulder is often misdiagnosed.  Causes The causes...

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Trigger Point Therapy - Treating Anterior Shoulder Pain

Posted by Judith Winer on

  Treating Anterior Shoulder Pain - Stuart Hinds   Anterior Shoulder Pain Anterior shoulder pain is common and more frequent than posterior pain.  In this blog, Stuart Hinds shows his approach to gathering a careful understanding of the nature and distribution of the pain, and implementation of treatment protocols.     5 Great Shoulder Stretches Dry Needling for Trigger Points NAT Professional Courses Certify as a Trigger Point Therapist Trigger Point Workbooks    Recommended Trigger Point Therapy Courses:                     This trigger point therapy blog is intended to be used for information purposes...

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Trigger Points - An Overview of the Evidence Base

Posted by Jane Ziegler on

Dr. Jonathan Kuttner Presents an Overview of the Evidence Behind Trigger Point Therapy   Drs. Janet Travell and David Simons (1992) described a trigger point as, “A highly irritable localised spot of exquisite tenderness in a nodule in a palpable taut band of (skeletal) muscle” These hyperirritable localized spots can vary in size, and have been described as “tiny lumps,” “little peas,” and “large lumps”; they can be felt beneath the surface, embedded within the muscle fibers. If these spots are tender to pressure they may well be “trigger points.” The size of a trigger point nodule varies according to the...

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Trigger Point Therapy - Ischemic Compression Technique

Posted by Arnold Fomo on

    Ischemic Compression Technique - Dr. Jonathan Kuttner MD   Online Courses   Trigger Point Therapy Doesn't Usually Need to be Painful There's a common myth that trigger point release must be painful. Whilst there are times when the treatment can be painful, as a general rule, it shouldn't be! Learning painless trigger point release, or at least applying techniques that minimise and cause little pain, is very important. Like everything, this requires a little bit of patience, and plenty of practice. One great way to practice, as a therapist, is on yourself. You will quickly master the art...

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Trigger Point Therapy - NAT for Horses?

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