Trigger Point Dry Needling





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Back and Hip Pain

Trigger points refer pain that frequently mimics the symptoms associated with low back pain and sciatica. These trigger points are also associated with diagnoses like lumbar degenerative disc disease, arthritic changes and herniated discs.

Examples of these muscles are the sacro-coccygeal and the gluteus minimus.

Sacro-coccygeal - Trigger Point Map

Fig A: Sacro-coccygeal


Gluteus Minimus - Trigger Point Map

Fig B: Gluteus Minimus

 

Gluteus Medius - Trigger Point Map

Fig A: Gluteus Medius

 

Multifid - Trigger Point Map

Fig B: Multifid

 




 

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