Acupuncture, Trigger Points and Musculoskeletal Pain by Peter E. Baldry
The third edition of this highly successful book describes how musculoskeletal pain can be treated simply and effectively by acupuncture. It gives a comprehensive report of current knowledge about two…
Acupuncture, Trigger Points and Musculoskeletal Pain synopsis
The third edition of this highly successful book describes how musculoskeletal pain can be treated simply and effectively by acupuncture. It gives a comprehensive report of current knowledge about two musculoskeletal disorders that occur very normally - pain syndrome, fibrous fibroblast pain, and fibromyalgia syndrome. Pain Syndrome Pain Point The fibrous trigger pain is a very common complaint.
It is often not recognized or passed as something trivial and ineffective. This third edition provides a broad review of its current knowledge.
The author, after presenting a detailed account of neurophysiology of pain in general, discusses the length of the pathophysiology of amygdala pain causing fibromyalgia pain and the rationale for its reduction by acupuncture technique from a dry needle applied superficially - stimulated nerve stimulation at trigger point positions. Evidence-based, up-to-date, detailed information on triggerpoints, muscle and bone pain, and pain physiology provides the most reliable assessments available on the subject.
Step-by-step process instruction guides readers to apply basic concepts to actual practice. Clear illustrations illustrate important techniques, areas of pain and needles.
Extensive coverage of fibromyalgia and fibrophysiology of fibroblasts points to common symptoms and treatments. Learn more about new treatment options for the common problem of injury injuries.
Expanded Chapter About Fibromyalgia Expanded Chapter in Neuronal Physiology of Revised and Updated MusculoskeletalTriggerPoints to Include All Relevant Clinical Trial Information More Information on Injury Injuries The new chapter in complex regional pain syndromes
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