Travell And Simons Myofascial Pain And Dysfunction Pdf

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Treatment of myofascial pain syndrome

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Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction : The Trigger Point Manual

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Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction : The Trigger Point Manual

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Myofascial Trigger Points Then and Now: A Historical and Scientific Perspective

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Myofascial pain syndrome MPS is caused by myofascial trigger points MTrPs located within taut bands of skeletal muscle fibers. Treating the underlying etiologic lesion responsible for MTrP activation is the most important strategy in MPS therapy. If the underlying pathology is not given the appropriate treatment, the MTrP cannot be completely and permanently inactivated. Treatment of active MTrPs may be necessary in situations in which active MTrPs persist even after the underlying etiologic lesion has been treated appropriately. When treating the active MTrPs or their underlying pathology, conservative treatment should be given before aggressive therapy.