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Trigger Point Blog — Raynaud’s Syndrome

Trigger Point Therapy - Raynaud’s Syndrome

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  Renaud's Syndrome - Underlying Mechanism   Raynaud’s Syndrome is most commonly triggered by cold temperatures but it can also be triggered by anxiety or stress With the onset of winter it's worth remembering that nasty (and surprisingly common) condition known as Reynaud's Syndrome. Depending on the climate in your region, there's every likelihood that you'll be seeing one or two cases of this in your practice over the coming weeks.  Reynaud's Syndrome Raynaud’s syndrome, also known as Raynaud’s phenomenon, Raynaud’s disease, or simply Raynaud’s, is a condition that affects the blood supply to the extremities of the body. The areas...

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