Myofascial Trigger Points for Movement Optimisation and Pain Including Chinese Therapy of Jingjin w/ Mark Comerford, KIMA Center for Physiotherapy and Wellness, Friday, 27. September 2019

Myofascial trigger points contribute to the pain experience in many chronic and recurrent musculoskeletal presentations. This is often seen in people whose pain is linked to static or sustained postures and repetitive movements. Treating sensitised myofascial trigger points is seen to relieve their contribution to musculoskeletal pain presentations and can aid the recovery of pain related changes in recruitment synergies when combined movement and exercise therapy interventions.
A unique feature of this course is the classification of myofascial trigger points based on muscle recruitment synergies. Management includes the treatment of the myofascial trigger point and active movement recovery retraining to prolong the effect of treatment and to recover the muscle recruitment changes that are related to recurrent pain neurophysiology.

Myofascial Trigger Points for Movement Optimisation and Pain Including Chinese Therapy of Jingjin w/ Mark Comerford

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