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bradcrowne posted:
A trigger point is a particular place in your muscle that is painful and tender when it gets any kind of pressure. Having a trigger point implies that you may be unable to use your muscle normally. Trigger points can also cause pain and discomposure in other parts of your body. Trigger points are often linked with other conditions, such as chronic musculoskeletal disorders. Trigger point injections can effectively inactivate trigger points and alleviate the painful symptoms. It is mostly prescribed to patients who show persistent symptoms of active trigger points. Dormant trigger points are asymptomatic (do not show symptoms) and do not need treatment generally.
The Orthohealing Center is a globally acknowledged clinic which specializes in the field of Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy. Thousands of physicians from around the world frequently visit this clinic for acquiring state of the art guidance and learning. The Orthohealing Center also trains physicians and ultrasonagraphers using seminars. The use of viscosupplementation and PRP injections is an innovative technique, which is skilfully practiced at Orthohealing Center. Here the main focus is on treating the patient completely, and not just the symptoms. Under medical supervision, the patients here are given trigger point injections which can effectively treat soft tissue pain or muscle twinge of the neck and back.
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