The Concise Book of Trigger Points: A Professional and Self-Help Manual

Author(s): Simeon Niel-Asher

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Since publication almost ten years ago, The Concise Book of Trigger Pointshas been translated into over twenty languages and become a best seller worldwide. This new edition has been completely updated with current research, evidence, and advanced techniques for manual therapy practitioners, and includes simple self-help protocols that the layperson can do at home.

Containing full-color illustrations, this compact reference guide explains how to treat chronic pain through trigger point-tender, painful nodules that form in muscle fibers and connective tissues.

The easy reference format presents useful information about the trigger points relating to the main skeletal muscles, which are central to massage, bodywork, and physical therapy. The first six chapters provide a sound background to the physiology of trigger points, and the general methods of treatment. Chapters 7 through 12 are organized by muscle group, with the information about each muscle presented in a uniform accessible style. Each two-page spread gives detailed anatomical information, referred pain patterns, plus key trigger point information, practitioner protocols, and self-help information and drawings.

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SIMEON NIEL-ASHER, B. Phil., B.Sc., (Ost.), qualified as an osteopath in 1992, and uses trigger point therapy in his every day work. He is the inventor of the Niel-Asher technique(TM) for treating frozen shoulder syndrome and was named by the Evening Standard newspaper as one of the top ten osteopaths in London. He is involved in treating, research, writing, and teaching throughout Europe, the Middle East and the USA.

General Fields

  • : 9781583948491
  • : Lotus Publishing
  • : Lotus Publishing
  • : September 2014
  • : 282mm X 213mm X 15mm
  • : United States
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Simeon Niel-Asher
  • : Paperback
  • : English
  • : 616/.0472
  • : 240
  • : illustrations