Trigger Point Charts

Below is a link to a trigger point charts tool. This tool will help you to quickly and easily find your myofascial trigger points.

It’s simple, easy to use, and contains all the most common muscles that can get triggers in them. You can get a free trial of the trigger point charts when you click the button below:

Myofascial trigger points can cause muscle pain, stiffness and restricted movement. If left untreated, they can continue to cause pain, even after you’ve stretched your muscles.

The way to find them is by using trigger point charts. The reason for this is sometimes the trigger point causing the pain is far away from the actual place where you feel pain.

Here are a few of the things you’ll learn from this tool:

  • Discover which trigger points refer pain to which muscles
  • How you can methodically locate all your active triggers
  • How to find triggers far away from where you’re feeling the pain
  • Resources on how to self-treat your trigger points and switch them off

To learn how to use this site, watch the video below, or scroll up and start using these trigger point charts now.

This tool includes muscle charts for all the main back muscles, neck, shoulder, arms, hands, head, face, mouth, torso, abdomen, pelvis and legs.

Why Trigger Point Charts Are Useful

Basically, anywhere you have muscles, you can get trigger points. Here are some of the unexpected places trigger points can refer pain:

  • Shoulder triggers can cause pain in your neck and head
  • Forearm triggers can refer pain down into your hands
  • Lower back triggers can cause pain going into your buttocks and back of thighs
  • Calf triggers can refer pain into the feet
  • Neck triggers can refer pain running from the arm down into your hands
  • Abdominal trigger points can cause pain in your back
  • Chest trigger points can cause pain the chest, and also into the arms
  • Buttock trigger points can cause pain running down your legs

For this reason, using trigger point charts is essential to make sure you’re locating all points you need to find in order to release the muscle tension and relieve the pain.

And our trigger point finding tool is constructed so you don’t need to know the muscle name you’re looking for. You simply need to know where you feel pain, and the tool will help you work from there to find the trigger point. It’s a much simpler and more effective way of finding triggers.

Here’s where to get started: