We have all heard that, "you are only as strong as your weakest link," right? This is very true when it comes to muscle dysfunction causing painful trigger points. Muscles are not only defined by its action or function but also by its ability to stabilize properly. TRIGGER POINTS inhibit or stop proper muscle function or stabilization.
WHAT CAUSES TRIGGER POINTS?
Muscle Injury (Trauma induced)
Overuse/Repetitive Strain (performing repetitive movements)
Bio mechanical Overload (Overloaded by the additional work)
Postural Overload (Over-shortened or overstretched state for a prolonged period of time)
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