MORE TROUBLE IN THE LAND OF THE TRIGGER POINT

Introduction Some clinicians have suggested that myofascial trigger points (MTrPs) might be responsible for the widespread pain that characterises fibromyalgia [2,4], thus conflating two controversial constructs, one of which has been refuted [5,6]. Because the nature of the trigger point (TrP) has been a controversial issue for many years, notwithstanding its refutation, any attempt to …

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