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By Peter E. Baldry MB FRCP

This re-creation of this hugely winning publication describes how musculoskeletal soreness will be easily and successfully handled by means of acupuncture. construction on a radical evaluate of the medical proof to be had, the presents an in depth and useful account of the numerous diversified types of musculoskeletal soreness and the categorical ways that acupuncture could be utilized successfully to set off issues to relieve this soreness. Case reviews are incorporated to assist analysis and selection of treatment.

  • Evidence-based, up to date, and certain details on set off issues, musculoskeletal soreness, and the body structure of discomfort give you the so much authoritative checks on hand in this topic.
  • Practical, step by step therapy directions support readers observe key ideas to genuine practice.
  • Clear illustrations show very important innovations and parts of discomfort and needling.
  • Expanded assurance of fibromyalgia and the neurophysiology of myofascial set off issues comprises universal indicators and treatments.
  • More details on new treatments for the typical challenge of whiplash injuries.
  • Expanded bankruptcy on fibromyalgia
  • Expanded bankruptcy at the neurophysiology of myofascial set off points
  • Revised and up-to-date all through to incorporate all correct medical trial information
  • More details on whiplash injuries
  • New bankruptcy on complicated nearby soreness syndromes
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Simpkins & Marshall, London (German trans 1824, French trans 1825) Churchill J M 1828 Cases illustrative of the immediate effects of acupuncturation in rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica, anomalous muscular diseases and in dropsy of the cellular tissue, selected from various sources and intended as an appendix to the author’s treatise on the subject. qxd 11*10*04 10:12 Page 27 Acupuncture in the Western world during the 19th century Cloquet J, Dantu T M 1828 Observations sur les effects thérapeutiques de 1’acupuncture.

Qxd 11*10*04 10:15 Page 35 Some basic observations leading to its development It should be noted from this that Kellgren made a clear distinction between certain ‘spots’ in muscle so exquisitely tender that palpation of them makes the patient wince; and diffuse rather ill-defined areas of referred pain which on palpation are only slightly tender. Also, that he realized that such ‘spots’ as he called them, or trigger points as they are now termed, are the cause of this referred pain with it being possible to alleviate the latter by de-activating these acutely tender ‘spots’ or trigger points by infiltrating them with Novocain (Fig.

Qxd 36 11*10*04 10:15 Page 36 ACUPUNCTURE, TRIGGER POINTS AND MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN discussing these during the course of considering various aspects of spinal ligamentous pain: Although such saline solutions provide a very effective chemical irritant for connective tissue nociceptive receptors, it must be emphasised here that because of the diffuse distribution of this receptor system through the vertebral connective tissues, and because of the widespread intersegmental linkages between their afferent nerve fibres, attempts to use such a procedure as a means of delineating a supposed segmental nociceptive innervation of the spinal tissues are clearly fallacious, especially as it is impossible (even with the introduction of radio-opaque material into the injected solution) to be certain just how much of the diffuse nociceptive afferent system is being stimulated by any given volume of hypertonic saline.

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