The Difference between Muscles and Tendons, and why this Matters

This is the basic foundation of trigger point treatment. Understanding how bones, muscles and tendons connect is key to knowing how to treat trigger points.

Watch the video below to learn more.

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(12) comments

murray September 11, 2009

thank for info looking forward to next lesson

Dian Poerwito November 14, 2009

Thank’s and till next lesson

Peggy Hornsby June 17, 2010

I am 62 years old and have been treating triggers for several years and correcting my posture with Egoscue Method. The cause of my dysfunction is from being thrown from a horse 50 years ago and landing on my rear end. Consequently, my left side is out of alignment. To the left of my tailbone I have a small lump, very tight muscles, etc and pain. How can I treat this injured area as it is the source of my problem, I think. Thanks so much!

nemir adjina November 4, 2010

finally getting round to studying, very clear and informative, thank you. nemir

Katherine Perez May 31, 2011

Thanks, It´s been really helpful all this information about trigger points.

Diana Houghton August 21, 2011

Dear Jonathon
I cannot view the video ‘ The difference between Muscles & tendons etc’. I have upgraded Flash player but it still won’t play. Is it not available in the same format as some of your other
videos? I would really like to see it.
Please advise

Jonathan August 29, 2011

Hello Diana,

I’m not sure why this would happen if you have an up to date flash player. I would suggest trying it on another computer or web browser (like google chrome) to see if there are some settings preventing you from seeing the video.

melinda mauch October 19, 2011

I have Fibromalagia….and I was wondering will these trigger points help someone like me? My skin is so sensitive that I can’t stand for it to be touched, But willing to take the pain for long term comfort and less Pain……I see a Pain management DR. take Pain pills, they help but want to add more to the Treatment! Please Help! I have suffer with this condition for 14 yrs! Thank-You Melinda

shirley March 20, 2012

Could u please answer melinda mauch as i have fibro too. thankyou

Jonathan July 8, 2012

This talk:
on fibromyalgia does cover some other strategies you can use for managing this condition.

julian joy April 16, 2013

thank you for you more impormation about mascular to hellp me to learn ..i dont know wht say ..only i can say is THANK YOU!!

Dale June 15, 2015

Thank you Jonathan, A change in attitude to conventional treatments, will be required to use these methods. I am determined to learn these new skills and methods to enhance my own wellbeing.

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