"This book does modern medicine a great service
[and is] presented effectively for the primary reader, the patient."
David G. Simons, MD, associate voluntary professor at Emory University and coauthor, with Janet Travell, of Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual, V.1 and V.2
I would buy ANY book she wrote.
Trigger Points, Myofascial release, pressure points, muscle knots, whatever you want to call them as well as the process to help relieve them.
This book is very enlightening and also very useful as well as helpful...easy to understand and has been of great value to me..
I've lost count of how many of these I've given away over the years. It's a life saver. I learned how to stop much of my own pain about ten years ago after reading the first... Read morePublished 24 days ago by LindaCat
This is a great book for people interested in working on their own trigger points for pain.Published 29 days ago by christine spangler
Sharon Sauer is a wonderful teacher and this book has some great tips that are easy to use on yourself. I highly recommend this book to anyone whom suffers from low back pain. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Happy in Hawaii
Exceptional manual! Definitely good for the laymen as well as the expert.Published 4 months ago by Jennifer T Rose
excellent book to help in finding areas of the body that have created muscle tension and knots, thus relievingand relaxing multiple parts of the bodyPublished 5 months ago by Asbury A. Riley
Easy to read and easy to use and very effective! Better than most medical "fixes" for sure!Published 9 months ago by Diane Klein
I have the trigger therapy book and thought this would really add and expand on that knowledge base. Contribution is minimal. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Nona
This book is very enlightening and also very useful as well as helpful...easy to understand and has been of great value to me..Published 10 months ago by diane
Love this publication!! Completely helps with all back pain!! Love this holistic approach, very refreshing to stretch and exercise the sore muscles and trigger points.Published 13 months ago by JanetW