Trigger Point Therapy Workbook Review

The following video is a review of the Trigger Point Therapy Workbook by Claire Davies.

This is an excellent book and one of the best on the subject of trigger points. Comprehensive with great illustrations and we consider it a MUST have resource. You can order it from amazon or other online book sellers and you can also often times find it in your local book store.

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  1. Doug Gibbins
    Posted October 12, 2010 at 9:51 am | Permalink

    I have had intermittent severe burning in my left big toe since 2004. Is that sciatica? I had disc surgery in 2004 & again in 2005. I cannot fully dorsiflex my left foot. The burning & loss of dorsiflexion occurred before the surgeries. Any suggestions on how I can get relief?

  2. Admin
    Posted October 13, 2010 at 8:43 am | Permalink

    Hi Doug,

    Thank you for your post and query.

    Although they do read and monitor this blog, you would be best asking your specific question via the link below using one of the support options. There, more personal support questions are considered with more privacy than on a public blog.

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