By Peter E. Baldry MB FRCP
This new version of this hugely profitable e-book describes how musculoskeletal discomfort may be easily and successfully taken care of via acupuncture. construction on an intensive evaluate of the clinical facts on hand, the offers an in depth and useful account of the numerous diverse different types of musculoskeletal ache and the explicit ways that acupuncture might be utilized successfully to set off issues to relieve this ache. Case reports are integrated to assist prognosis and selection of treatment.
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- Clear illustrations display vital strategies and parts of ache and needling.
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Extra info for Acupuncture, Trigger Points and Musculoskeletal Pain, 3e
If the pain spreads into the muscles … this is muscular rheumatism … an obvious muscular rheumatism can transform itself into a true neuralgia. … Despite his belief that neuralgia can turn itself into muscular rheumatism and vice versa, he must be given credit for recognizing that the pain in muscular rheumatism emanates primarily from focal points of neural hyperactivity, and also that it travels some distance from its source. He was wrong, however, in believing that this is because it is ‘propagated along neighbouring nerves’.
Kelly not only adopted Kellgren’s methods of diagnosing and relieving referred pain from tender points in muscles but recorded his clinical observations in a series of valuable papers published over a period of 21 years from 1941 onwards. References to the majority of these are to be found in his last paper (Kelly 1962). MYOFASCIAL TRIGGER POINT PAIN SYNDROME The physician, however, who from the 1940s onwards has done the most to further the subject is Janet Travell (Fig. 1). She first began to take an interest in it after reading how Edeiken & Wolferth (1936) had been able to reproduce spontaneously occurring shoulder pain by applying pressure to tender points in muscles around the scapula, and then reading about observations made both by Kellgren and by the American orthopaedic surgeon Steindler (1940).
3 cc) of hypertonic (6%) saline into various muscles; and then carefully observed the distribution of pain. For example, in studies involving the gluteus medius muscle the skin of the buttock was first anaesthetized with Novocain at three sites. Then intramuscular needles were inserted through these anaesthetized areas until they impinged upon the gluteal fascia. An injection of hypertonic saline into this fascia produced localized pain. The needles were then advanced into the muscle itself and a further injection into this produced a diffuse pain felt at some distance from the injection site in the lower part of the buttock, the back of the thigh, and on occasions as far down as the knee (Fig.
Acupuncture, Trigger Points and Musculoskeletal Pain, 3e by Peter E. Baldry MB FRCP