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The Pain & Therapy Bibliography, Record ID 1580

The trigger point therapy workbook: your self-treatment guide for pain relief


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item type
a page in a book
author
Clair Davies
 
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publisher
New Harbinger Publications
year
2001
page
p. 2 (1st edition)
the nugget
The daily clinical experience of thousands of massage therapists, physical therapists, and physicians strongly indicates that most of our common aches and pains — and many other puzzling physical complaints — are actually caused by trigger points.

excerpt

The daily clinical experience of thousands of massage therapists, physical therapists, and physicians strongly indicates that most of our common aches and pains — and many other puzzling physical complaints — are actually caused by trigger points, or small contraction knots, in the muscles of the body.

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