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The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook eBook Õ A New Harbinger Self ß Join or create book clubs ß [Reading] ➷ The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook: Your Self-Treatment Guide for Pain Relief (A New Harbinger Self-Help Workbook) By Join or create book clubs – Danpashley.co.ukCk of oxygen in these points cause referred pain Massage of the trigger is the safest most natural and most effective form of pain therapy Trigger points create pain throughout the body in predictable patterns characteristic to each muscle producing discomfort ranging from mild to severe Trigger point massage increases circulation and oxygenation in the area and often produces instant relief The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook Third Edition has made a huge impact among health professionals and the public alike becoming an overnight classic This book is changing my life every day I was diagnosed with chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia 15 years ago There are still occasional bad days but this book has given me a way to self treat and that makes a tremendous difference I can live a normal life knowing that if I have a flare up I don't have to worry about what doctor or therapist to try to get in to see I don't feel helpless and frustrated any I've gone from seeing the chiropractor every week to once a month I used to have massage therapy every 2 weeks now it's every 4 or 5 weeks I'm not afraid to exercise any That's priceless Literally I'm saving a lot of money too Like any thing else you have to put in the effort I usually do it while I watch tv in the evening and as the book suggests I did it two or three times a day for the first several weeks Now once a day seems like a good maintenance I just wanted to pay this forward because of all the benefits it's brought me If you suffer from pain and are wondering whether or not to give this a try buy this book and a back body buddy or theracane It may be the best 50 dollars for both you ever spent

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Trigger point therapy is one of the fastest growing and most effective pain therapies in the world Medical doctors chiropractors physical therapists and massage therapists are all beginning to use this techniue to relieve patients formerly undiagnosable muscle and joint pain both conditions that studies have shown to be the cause of nearly 25 percent of all doctor visits This book addresses the problem of myofascial trigger pointstiny contraction knots that develop in a muscle when it is injured or overworked Restricted circulation and la This is a gold mine I have been using this manual since 2009 Trigger points came to my attention when I developed a tennis elbow I couldn't get rid of for nearly two years of various therapies and treatments I learned about TPs from the coach of the British Olympic sprint team My search lead me through multiple websites and eventually I got rid of the point in a minute It was so amazing that I though it was some sort of placebo effectThen I attended to a rotator cuff problem I had developed when a ski boarder pulled my arm when she couldn't control herself at very high speed That was also gone in less than an hour Multiple points had to be resolved and when I was done I was dancing on the ceiling But again I felt it was a fluke and didn't dare trying other TPs as I was afraid of losing my new religions if it stopped working Needless to say it never didLast year I discussed my years of experience with a neuroscientist who does cutting edge research at University of London I told him that in my view TPs don't get resolved because evolution has not provided us with the mechanism They are recorded in our minds and the mind has no way of knowing where the points are Yes our mind doesn't know where each part of our body is If you don't believe that try to feel where your middle toe is without wriggling it or touching it somewhere Worse try to feel the extent of your heart or stomach in fact any of the hundreds of muscle in your body You can't unless you flex them or touch them If you don't know it means you mind doesn't either It can send signals to their address but doesn't know exactly where they are It doesn't need to and that is the problem with fixing precise pain locationsWhen we press a trigger point we are showing our minds the location that needs to be repaired and that there is no reason for the location to remain taught The body knows how to release the knot but doesn't know where it is We have to show it and it is done That simple The memory of the trauma is wiped and the point is releasedMy neuroscientist friend felt it was a revelation Now he like me uses this manual to locate trigger points for the mind and show it that there is no reason to keep them going BTW we don't have an automatic system of resolving such points because evolution is very economical it doesn't develop a system unless it is crucial to our reproductive success As trigger points don't show up much until we are over the typical reproductive age there I no reason to resolve them automatically at very high energy and social cost But we have brains and we have found how this muscle saving mechanism results in TPs and how we can tell our minds to resolve them A great solution that only humans have developedI will be happy to share about my experiences Enough to say that at 67 I have managed to keep my muscle supple enough to reach the platinum level ski racing in NASTAR I am supple than when I was 40 This is very real in terms of science of the brain and evolutionAnecdotes Early in May '17 I stood in line to get some food at JFK on my way to work somewhere south Suddenly I had a feeling that my heart was palpitating with sparks of pain and tension What comes to mind first? 911 and a heart attack Well if you read the next anecdote you will know that I don't think medical help as my first resort But this was serious and the pain very unfamiliar I still didn't believe it would be a heart attack although the symptoms were nearly exactly what you read and hear about I started to breath deeply in an attempt to get enough oxygen etc Soon I felt like a fool succumbing to old tales of wow and panic I took our my massage ball with which I entertain myself on flights and found a half dozen TPs in the surface muscles around where my heart usually is Within minutes all the pulls pushes and bursts of pain and fear had gone T

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The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook Your Self Treatment Guide for Pain Relief A New Harbinger Self Help WorkbookIn the field of pain relief This edition includes a new chapter by the now deceased author Clair Davies daughter Amber Davies who is passionate about continuing her fathers legacy The new edition also includes postural assessments and muscle tests an illustrated index of symptoms and clinical techniue drawings and descriptions to assist both practitioners and regular readers in assessing and treating trigger points If you have ever suffered from or have treated someone who suffers from myofascial trigger point pain this is a must have bo Suffered with chronic shoulder and hip pain for years have tried multiple physiotherapists and have seen many doctors for this and this book is the best thing by far still in early phases of self treatment however I'm already noticing a difference and am for the first time in a long while hopeful that I'll be able to live pain free Highly recommend purchasing a lacrosse ball as this is a necessity to perform a lot of the massage techniues