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1 criteria for diagnosis of a myofascial trigger point.
Cervenka will use her experience in holistic medicine to deliver excellent care to patients through traditional chiropractic techniques including spinal and extremity adjustments, myofascial trigger point therapy, postural modification and nutritional counseling.
As in the current study, MPT consisted of connective tissue manipulation to all body wall tissues in the abdominal wall, thighs, back, and buttocks that clinically were found to contain connective tissue abnormalities or painful myofascial trigger points.
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Therapists skilled in myofascial physical therapy techniques, including connective tissue manipulation and myofascial trigger point release, often treat these patients, Dr.
Participants Will Learn: -- What back strength and flexibility tests can reveal -- About referred pain patterns and why hard muscle knots (trigger points) in the abdominal, gluteal, pelvic and leg muscles may be the cause of back pain -- Why hands-on Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy is effective at restoring backs to full function without the use of drugs or surgery -- How to take care of back pain at home using muscle compression, range-of-motion and strengthening exercises About Workshop Director Sharon Sauer: Sharon Sauer is a certified myofascial trigger point therapist and licensed massage therapist and has been practicing in the Chicago area since 1986.
Myofascial trigger points in pelvic muscles, including the levator ani, sphincter ani, and obturator internus as well as muscles of the urogenital diaphragm, often cause or contribute to chronic pelvic pain, said Ms.
A myofascial trigger point is a hyperirritable locus (spot) within a taut band of skeletal muscle, located in the muscular tissue or its associated fascia (sheath enclosing the muscle).