Become accustomed to and build on the theoretical and practical foundations of dry needling, the chief tool in an uncompromising approach to treating myofascial trigger points.
Generally, muscles and in particular, myofascial trigger points, are the main cause of pain in people. According to doctors Travell and Simons, myofascial pain syndrome means the sensory, motor and autonomic signs and symptoms produced by myofascial trigger points.
Physiotherapists must be familiar with this syndrome and know how to successfully diagnose and treat it, with the aim to stopping the symptoms becoming chronic.
In an international approach, the shoulder and myofascial trigger points should not be contemplated in isolation, but rather in connection with other structures such as joints, nerves, etc.
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