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Trigger Point Therapy - Treating Anterior Shoulder Pain

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  Treating Anterior Shoulder Pain - Stuart Hinds   Anterior Shoulder Pain Anterior shoulder pain is common and more frequent than posterior pain.  In this blog, Stuart Hinds shows his approach to gathering a careful understanding of the nature and distribution of the pain, and implementation of NAT trigger point protocols.        Find a Trigger Point Professional in your area 5 Great Shoulder Stretches Dry Needling for Trigger Points NAT Professional Courses Certify as a Trigger Point Therapist Trigger Point Workbooks    Recommended Trigger Point Therapy Courses:                     This trigger...

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Trigger Point Therapy - Ischemic Compression Technique

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    Ischemic Compression Technique - Dr. Jonathan Kuttner MD   Online Courses   Trigger Point Therapy Doesn't Usually Need to be Painful There's a common myth that trigger point release must be painful. Whilst there are times when the treatment can be painful, as a general rule, it shouldn't be! Learning painless trigger point release, or at least applying techniques that minimise and cause little pain, is very important. Like everything, this requires a little bit of patience, and plenty of practice. One great way to practice, as a therapist, is on yourself. You will quickly master the art...

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Trigger Point Therapy - NAT for Horses?

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Andy Eckley - TP Therapist, and Equine Therapist     NAT Course Presenter Andy Eckley talks about trigger points and how to find them Andy Eckley is a trigger point therapist and equine therapist who has a private practice in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire in the north of England. Andy is certified in a number of NAT techniques, and has successfully adapted the NAT frozen shoulder technique for the treatment of horses. Andy Eckley Andy has devoted much of his life to studying the techniques of leading equine therapists such as the late Jack Meagher who was one of the leading writers, teachers and practitioners of...

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Trigger Point Therapy - 5 Step Shoulder Technique

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Simeon Asher demonstrates the NAT 5-step shoulder technique     Simple 5-Step Trigger Point Technique for Treating Tired and Painful Shoulders In this video, Simeon Niel Asher presents a 5-Step trigger point therapy technique typically used to help reset the shoulder, improve mechanical efficiency, and help prevent injury. This treatment technique is used for treating a number of common shoulder conditions. It is also used to treat asymptomatic clients including athletes, those who work out regularly with weights (upper body), or those whose occupation includes overhead lifting of the arms, such as painters and contractors.   See Bowen Course Details     Links Find a Trigger...

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Trigger Point Therapy - Frozen Shoulder Syndrome

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  Frozen Shoulder - Quick Facts   "Even simple tasks like putting on a coat became increasingly difficult" We often like to write about clients who have been successfully treated with trigger point techniques, especially those who come to us more out of desperation than any true belief or understanding of the treatment. Today's blog has an added twist, in that the client in question is Vivienne Parry OBE, an extremely highly regarded science correspondent. Vivienne is well known in the United Kingdom as the presenter of BBC TV's science programs Tomorrow's World and Panorama. Vivienne is also currently employed as head of...

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