Author : Niel-Asher Simeon
Title : The concise book of trigger points
Year : 2005

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About this Book. This book is designed in quick reference format to offer useful information about the trigger points relating to the main skeletal muscles, which are central to massage, bodywork and physical therapy. The information about each muscle is presented in a uniform style throughout. An example is given below, with the meaning of headings explained in bold (some muscles will have abbreviated versions of this). X Marks the Spot Whilst I have included dots/markings in the regions of the most common trigger points, please note that these are not exact locations, but are approximations. A number of factors influence the exact location of any given trigger point. Myofascia is a continuum, and minor variations in, for example, anatomy, posture or weight bearing will have an impact on the location and formation of trigger points. In the clinical setting, you may well find the trigger point location varies. Varying the direction, amplitude and applicator force will also have an impact on locating the trigger point. ...