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TECHNIQUE  Lie face down and pull one foot up behind your buttocks.   See more at: http://www.triggerpointcentral.com/patient/hip_and_thigh_webv_pt_st_page14.php#sthash.JJtyQCUt.dpuf

TECHNIQUE Lie face down and pull one foot up behind your buttocks. See more at: http://www.triggerpointcentral.com/patient/hip_and_thigh_webv_pt_st_page14.php#sthash.JJtyQCUt.dpuf

TECHNIQUE Stand with your hand behind the middle of your back and your elbow pointing out. Reach over with your other hand and gently pull your elbow forward. See more at: http://www.triggerpointcentral.com/patient/shoulder_and_arm_webv_pt_st_page5.php#sthash.Mh6TmBA5.dpuf

TECHNIQUE Stand with your hand behind the middle of your back and your elbow pointing out. Reach over with your other hand and gently pull your elbow forward. See more at: http://www.triggerpointcentral.com/patient/shoulder_and_arm_webv_pt_st_page5.php#sthash.Mh6TmBA5.dpuf

Self-massage knee pain

Relieve Your Pain Quickly And Easily With Your Own 2 Hands With Self-Massage

TECHNIQUE  Lie on your side and pull your top leg behind your buttocks. Keep your knees together and push your hips forward.   See more at: http://www.triggerpointcentral.com/patient/hip_and_thigh_webv_pt_st_page13.php#sthash.jBpyhTVG.dpuf

TECHNIQUE Lie on your side and pull your top leg behind your buttocks. Keep your knees together and push your hips forward. See more at: http://www.triggerpointcentral.com/patient/hip_and_thigh_webv_pt_st_page13.php#sthash.jBpyhTVG.dpuf

TECHNIQUE Place the tips of your fingers together and push your palms towards each other. See more at: http://www.triggerpointcentral.com/patient/elbow_and_forearm_webv_pt_st_page5.php#sthash.GD55HwAs.dpuf

Trigger Point Therapy - Stretching the Triceps Myofascial Trigger Points (MTPs) are ubiquitous, and myofascial pain affects as much as of the populatio

TECHNIQUE  Kneel on one foot and the other knee. If needed, hold on to something to keep your balance. Push your hips forward.   See more at: http://www.triggerpointcentral.com/patient/trunk_and_spine_webv_pt_st_page7.php#sthash.tq6Af4J4.dpuf

Stretching the Psoas Muscles The psoas major and iliacus are considered part of the posterior abdominal wall because of their position and cushioning role for t

Stand upright while keeping your shoulders still and your head up. Slowly rotate your chin towards your shoulder.

Stand upright while keeping your shoulders still and your head up. Slowly rotate your chin towards your shoulder.

Self-massage pelvis pain

Relieve Your Pain Quickly And Easily With Your Own 2 Hands With Self-Massage

TECHNIQUE  Stand with your feet about shoulder-width apart and look forward. Keep your body upright and slowly bend to the left or right. Reach down your leg with your hand and do not bend forward.   See more at: http://www.triggerpointcentral.com/patient/trunk_and_spine_webv_pt_st_page11.php#sthash.yZ1ypAQf.dpuf

Treating the QL - Dr. Jonathan Kuttner Trigger Points in the QL are known by some as the "masters" of lower back pain!

TECHNIQUE  Stand on a raised object or step. Put the toes of one foot on the edge of the step and keep your leg straight. Let your heel drop towards the ground.	  See more at: http://www.triggerpointcentral.com/patient/leg_and_foot_webv_pt_st_page8.php#sthash.CQTUrAJL.dpuf

TECHNIQUE Stand on a raised object or step. Put the toes of one foot on the edge of the step and keep your leg straight. Let your heel drop towards the ground. See more at: http://www.triggerpointcentral.com/patient/leg_and_foot_webv_pt_st_page8.php#sthash.CQTUrAJL.dpuf

trigger point referral pain pattern for the elbow & forearm

Myofascial pain (muscle pain) can result from sprains or strains of a joint, excessive repetitive movements and high stress levels. Risk factors like poor postu.