A Critical Evaluation of Quintner et al: Missing the Point
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Three articles on PainSci cite Dommerholt 2015: 1. The Complete Guide to Trigger Points & Myofascial Pain 2. The Complete Guide to Low Back Pain 3. Trigger Points on Trial
- “Critique of Quintner et al. 2015,” Brent Brookbush, Brentbrookbush.com.
Dommerholt 2015 is about:
- “A critical evaluation of the trigger point phenomenon,” Quintner et al, Rheumatology (Oxford), 2015.
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