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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome | Soft Tissue Therapy | Trigger Point Release

Posted by Judith Winer on

  Early recognition and effective action has a significant impact on recovery time CTS is a terribly debilitating and frustrating condition and although we do see more and more referrals from medical doctors, it is a sad fact that many MD's simply have no idea of how effective trigger point and other therapies can be for relieving the symptoms of CTS and many other common RSI conditions.   Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Treatment Overview          Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) The term RSI is generally considered an umbrella term for a number of upper limb disorders. There has...

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Trigger Point Therapy | Tibialis Anterior | Anatomy

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Torsional Release Technique | Trigger Point Therapy | Neck Pain

Posted by Jane Ziegler on

Chronic neck pain is rampant - especially amongst millennials and younger populations   So-called ‘text neck’, is becoming a common description for a range of painful musculoskeletal injuries , and something that is set to grow at a phenomenal rate as a result of our ever increasing use of phones and tablets. A recent report by Facebook showed that close to 80% of people aged between 18 and 44 have their mobile phones with them almost all the time – meaning that they only spend two hours each day (apart from when they are asleep!) without a phone or tablet device in their hands.   Seated...

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Winged Scapula | Serratus Anterior | Trigger Point Therapy

Posted by Jane Ziegler on

Trigger points in the Serratus anterior muscle can cause a variety of symptoms including pain referred across the chest and down the arm. They may also be the cause of scapula dysfunction.   Trigger Point Anatomy - Serratus Anterior          Winged Scapula is a problem that affects a small, but wide-ranging, part of the population The scapula, or shoulder blade, is the largest bone of the shoulder and has 17 different muscles attached to it. These muscles both stabilize the arm and allow it to move. The muscles move together like a well-oiled machine but when things...

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Plantar Fasciitis | Heel Pain | Self Help

Posted by Judith Winer on

  The plantar fascia supports the arch of the foot and if strained, becomes weak, swollen and inflamed Plantar Fasciitis is the most frequent injury of the plantar fascia and refers to an inflammation of a thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of the foot and connects the heel bone to the toes. The plantar fascia supports the arch of the foot and if strained, becomes weak, swollen and inflamed. Repeated strain can bring about small tears in the ligament causing pain and swelling.  Repeated injuries to the plantar fascia seem to be the main cause of plantar fasciitis which can develop in one or both feet....

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