SaveYourself.ca •Sensible advice for aches, pains & injuries
 

The Pain & Therapy Bibliography, Record ID 0556 {show all records}

Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual


added Sep 13, 10, updated Mar 9, 12
most detailed summaries by Paul Ingraham

summary

The ultimate myofascial pain syndrome reference, the product of decades of extraordinary dedication by two doctors famously devoted to the subject of soft tissue pain. The two-volume set is also brilliantly illustrated. The introductory chapters constitute an excellent overview of the subject, albeit a dauntingly technical one. Note: although a landmark and important text, more recent information has been published in Muscle Pain: Understanding Its Nature, Diagnosis and Treatment by Siegfried Mense and David Simons.

item type
a book
authors
Janet Travell, David Simons, and Lois Simons
 
publisher
Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins
year
1999

related content

These fifteen articles on SaveYourself.ca cite this item as a source:

  1. Massage Therapy for Neck Pain, Chest Pain, Arm Pain, and Upper Back Pain
  2. Massage Therapy for Tennis Elbow and Wrist Pain
  3. Massage Therapy for Bruxism, Jaw Clenching, and TMJ Syndrome
  4. Does Massage Therapy Work?
  5. Save Yourself from Trigger Points & Myofascial Pain Syndrome
  6. Save Yourself from Low Back Pain!
  7. Save Yourself from Tennis Elbow!
  8. Save Yourself from Neck Pain!
  9. Review of John Sarno’s Books about Low Back Pain
  10. Review of The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook: Your Self-Treatment Guide for Pain Relief, a book by Clair Davies and Amber Davies
  11. Dance of the Sarcomeres
  12. Your Back Is Not “Out” and Your Leg Length is Fine
  13. Into the Fire
  14. The Trigger Point Symptom Checker
  15. Trigger Point Doubts