Trigger point release therapy helps you to subside your pain and regain your normal movements
A Trigger Point (TrP) is a hyperirritable nodule in the fascia of the skeletal muscles that can be felt. Jump sign, local soreness, local twitch reaction, and transferred pain, which usually reacts with a pain pattern far from the location, can all be caused by direct compression or muscular contraction.
TrPs are most commonly caused by:
- An injury sustained as a result of a fall, stress, or birth trauma.
- Lack of exercise - commonly in sedentary persons between 27,5-55 years, of which 45% are men.
- Poor posture - crossed upper and lower limbs, swayback posture, telephone position, cross-legged sitting, etc.
- Overuse of muscles and resulting micro-trauma - weightlifting, etc.
- Anxiety, sadness, and psychological stress trauma are all examples of chronic stress conditions.
- Deficiencies in vitamins C, D, and B, as well as folic acid and iron;
- Sleep disturbances;
- Hypermobility and joint issues.