Tilting at Trigger Points

In the recent blog post some may feel it is remiss of Fernández-de-las-Peñas not to have at least considered the possibility that the clinical phenomena attributed to the so-called latent TrP (trigger point) could also be explained as arising from sensitised peripheral neural tissue. This concept was suggested nearly 25 years ago [1] and again more … [Read more...]

Trigger Points and the Nervous System: Myth or Reality?

There is a worldwide debate about whether trigger points (TrP) can be considered a relevant clinical entity with their own diagnostic criteria,[1] whether TrPs are just sensory and motor phenomena, secondary to other diseases, or whether the TrP phenomena are reliable enough to be meaningfully categorized.[2] The debate extends to the mechanisms … [Read more...]