Trigger Point/s Application Zones Per Pain Type

Muscles work in functional groups to move or stabilize the body. When a muscle fails, the functional muscle group compensates for the dysfunction which often leads to muscle pain. Muscle pain can be puzzling as it can be perceived at a location different from the source (Referred Pain)

For effective relief of muscle pain, it’s critical to treat the trigger point/s as well as the functional muscle group/s to which it belongs.

The diagrams (below) illustrate the application zones for the most common types of muscle pain.

trigger point neck head pain muscle pain relief

Neck Pain

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trigger point shoulder pain muscle pain relief

Shoulder – Upper Arm Pain

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Elbow / Lower Arm Pain

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trigger point middle back pain muscle pain relief

Hand / Wrist Pain

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trigger point middle back pain muscle pain relief

Middle Back Pain

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trigger point lower lumbar back pain muscle pain relief

Lower Back Lumbar Pain

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trigger point hip groin pelvic pain muscle pain relief

Hip, Groin and Pelvic Pain

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trigger point sciatica pain muscle pain relief

Sciatica Pain

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trigger point knee pain muscle pain relief

Knee Pain

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trigger point lower leg pain muscle pain relief

Lower Leg Pain

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trigger point ankle pain muscle pain relief

Ankle Pain

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trigger point foot pain muscle pain relief

Foot Pain

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