Tests often reflect problems other than myofascial trigger points. But these reasons make these tests all the more important. If test results do not improve dramatically with myofascial therapy, the practitioner will know to refer the patient to another health professional to assess these potentially serious problems.--Lucy Whyte Ferguson, Author, Clinical Mastery in the Treatment of Myofascial Pain
The charts paid for themselves on the first day I put them up. A patient looked at the pictures, tried some of the tests -- and scheduled more appointments.
"I need more work!" he said. --Louise Trickel, CMTPT
These charts are a great tool to help health care providers find specific trigger points and to document the dysfunction and its sources. --Devin Starlanyl, Author, Fibromyalgia and Chronic Myofascial Pain