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Research based information
Lower back pain suffers found to have poor sensorimotor control, remedied by local muscle vibration The central nervous system relies on sensory feedback in order to achieve static and dynamic stability of the spine. This enables it to orchestrate the fine turned coordination of trunk muscles. It has been shown that for those with low back pain this sensory feedback and control is diminished. ... read more
Repeated simple massage/soft tissue therapy shown to reduce anxiety, reduce heart rate and blood pressure, and improve sleep quality A recent study published in the journal Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention showed that a simple back massage repeated over a period of time improved anxiety state, lowered heart rates and blood pressure, and improved sleep quality... read more
Latent (pain free) trigger points shown to cause rapid fatigue with pain-and underlie many other issues A study published in the journal Pain Medicine 2011 found that muscles containing latent (pain free) trigger points fatigued quickly and became painful. This is not surprising considering a trigger point is part of a muscle constantly in a hyper-contracted state, and already suffering from local hypoxia and a build up of metabolites... read more
Research findings: fibromyalgia caused by trigger points and successfully treated by trigger point therapy According to a review of research relating to the association between fibromyalgia and myofascial trigger points (trigger points) , trigger points are an important cause of fibromyalgia.... read more
Adding manual therapies directed at improving function produces far superior resultsThe control and co-ordination of joint movement is largely determined by factors that are not under conscious control...read more
Exercises shown to not correct abnormal muscle activation patterns
Most movements require the co-ordinated contraction and relaxation of numerous muscles. The neurological control of this is known as a muscular activation pattern... read more
The relationship between trigger points and depression
A study published in the journal “Clinical Rheumatology” investigated the the prevalence of latent (pain free) myofascial trigger points (MTPs) in the scapular muscles of apparently healthy pain free adults, and whether they were associated with depression... read more
The presence and treatment of myofascial trigger points in chronic shoulder pain
The authors of two pieces of research state that although myofascial trigger points (MTPs) are well accepted as a source of pain they are barely... read more
Relief From Chronic Tension Type Headaches
The most common headache is said to be the chronic tension type. In a study of this type of headache 31 subjects were examined for myofascial trigger points (MTPs)... read more
Regular "corporate" massage shown to decrease pain and discomfort while increasing range of motion
A study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine Showed that a simple corporate chair massage done twice weekly over a period of one month ... read more
We are happy to provide a free sample machine to professionals who have a degree or equivalent and regularly deal with musculo-skeletal problems (one per clinic) If you are a practitioner without a degree we are still very happy to offer you massagers at our very generous practitioner rates. Please email us or use the practitioner orders section - see below for options.
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