This concise and easily referenced clinical text brings together editors from a range of disciplines to address therapeutic approaches to common muscle and joint pain. Organized by chief complaint, each chapter follows a structured format that takes readers from overview and assessment, through a case history, to a planned program of rehabilitation, generalization to similar conditions, and a treatment protocol. (Midwest).Finally, trigger points in the muscles of the head, neck, and shoulder can act as sources of peripheral nociceptive ... of the trapezius muscle can occur when trigger points cause compression of the nerve as it passes through these muscles .
|Title||:||Clinical Mastery in the Treatment of Myofascial Pain|
|Author||:||Lucy Whyte Ferguson, Robert Gerwin|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2005|