Free Trigger Point Charts

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This tool will help you find your myofascial trigger points. It’s simple, easy to use, and contains 47 of the most common muscles to get triggers. You’ll get access to all these free trigger point charts when you click the button below: Here are a few of things you’ll learn here: Discover what muscles refer […]

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How to Stretch Your Sore Neck Muscles

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This Neuromuscular technique is very effective and gentle way to stretch your sore neck muscles. In fact, you can use this technique to relieve tension in any muscle in your body. For this stretch you use breathing, eye movements and mind/body interaction. The key is to use the absolute minimum pressure. The more tuned in […]

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Gluteus Minimus Trigger Points

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Did you know that every muscle in your body has potential trigger points. When they become active they do cause pain anywhere in your body. Here are some other common trigger points. The place where you feel the pain is not where it comes from. The pain actually comes from the trigger point. This picture […]

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Trigger Point Treatment

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Discover this simple pain free trigger point treatment method in about 2 minutes. This is an effective and simple method. It’s free (you treat yourself) and safe. Worth watching! PS. to go deeper into these techniques you may want to have a look at a course I’ve made that teaches self treatment of trigger points.

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What is a Trigger Point?

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This short movie explains one of the most common causes of muscle pain: trigger points. Most people have them, most people don’t know what they are or how to treat them. Watch the video to learn what is a trigger point, and how they work.   To find out how to treat trigger points safely […]

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Different Types of Pain

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The definition for pain is broad and inclusive. Within this definition there are different types of pain. The most common pain is from the musculoskeletal system- arising from joints [arthritis] or bones [fractures] muscles [bruises and tears] etc. Almost everyone has felt this type of hurt and it is mostly a deep ache and is […]

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Does Spondylosis Equal Back Pain?

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The following articles clarify the relationship between spondylosis and back pain: The MRI scan confirms disc degeneration disease (spondylosis) of the intervertebral discs. However-  Spondylosis is not in itself a cause for low back pain, but it can be described as a morphological consequence of stressors applied to the lumbar discs and zygapophyseal joints during […]

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Welcome and a Brief Pain Definition

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If I were to ask you for a pain definition you would find that there is confusion even at this most basic level. Some people think of their pain as a sharp, stabbing sensation, others as a deep ache … everyone has their own unique way of describing the experience.  They would then try and […]

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