Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger point therapy is not a miracle cure for all muscle pain although it is generally under rated. A little self-treatment has the potential to quickly, cheaply and safely help with many common pain problems that don’t respond well to any other treatment.

When we are talking about “Trigger Points” (myofascial trigger points) we are actually talking about muscle knots which are small areas of tight muscle and a collection of too many trigger points is called myofascial pain syndrome or MPS.

Trigger point therapy is specifically designed to alleviate the source of the pain through cycles of isolated pressure and release. This therapy can be in the form of your therapists fingers and thumbs where he (she) will apply pressure and movement to the knots in order to release the tension and therefore the pain. Or on the other hand you can use a one or more of a wide variety of home use products to mimic those fingers in action.

66fit Knobble It Double Massage Tool
Knobble It Double Massage Tool

Here at Physio Supplies Ltd we have the largest range of trigger point therapy products available on the market so you can target specific muscles and carry out deep tissue massage with products that include trigger point balls, knobble its, trigger point rollers, pocket physiotherapy tools, back nodgers and trigger point foam rollers etc.

The 66fit Knobble It Double Massage Tool for example has been designed so that when you massage a certain area, you get the inside outside effect.  As you push the product up and down the area you want massaging, the smaller end provides the pressure, whilst the large ends give you a follow up gentle massage. You can turn the product around to gain the opposite effect.

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