Tag Archives: shoulder pain

Trigger point Therapy

Trigger point therapy came about from work carried out by Travel & Simons.  (Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: the Trigger Point Manual 1983) Myofascial trigger points are tiny ‘knots’ that can develop in a muscle when injured, overworked or underused. The defining symptom of a trigger point is that they will usually refer pain elsewhere, to

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Frozen shoulder

Frozen shoulder? Frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis’  is a condition in which movements of the shoulder joint becomes progressively more restricted. It is More common in those of us over 40. Although the complaint starts through injury to the shoulder, it doesn’t  have to have been a major trauma. I have had clients who have ‘felt something pull’ whilst

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