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By Pressure Positive October 30, 2015 No comments
We know that trigger points can be excruciatingly painful, but who knew that some might literally cause you to pull your teeth out? We often complain about the lack of myofascial education in the medical profession. Calculations are made each year of the number and cost of unnecessary surgeries and other procedures performed due to improper diagnosis. Many of these cases result from completely overlooking myofascial pain caused by trigger points. However, there is one group of professionals who is starting to break that trend ... dentists!
By Pressure Positive January 9, 2015 No comments
LifeAfterPain.com is a website for people who want to get better. While being in pain makes life more difficult, that doesn’t mean you need to stop living life. Positive attitude and consistent action are the most important factors in getting better. They believe passionately in the power of knowledge and understanding to empower people to take action - and regain their lives.
A Frozen Shoulder can take a lot of fun out of summer warmth. Just about any sport or activity involving lifting your arm above your head, reaching across your chest, or reaching back and up behind you can be spoiled. Add pain in the wrist on the same side and you are in for a frustrating time doing anything with that arm.
Your kneecaps (patella bone) are designed for more than just good looks. Their real and very important function is to give added leverage to your Quadriceps muscles (knee muscles in the front of your thigh). When running, biking, swimming or climbing, you need all the leverage you can get to handle the amazing amount of force that is put through your knees. In fact, because of their importance, kneecap problems can be the unfortunate demise of an athlete's career...
Happy Spring! This issue of Muscle News covers an aggravating pain in the shoulder, hand and arm that nothing seems to relieve. We will show you The Secret technique to treating one of the most frequently missed and mistreated trigger points in the human body – the Serratus Posterior Superior!