Posts belonging to Category 'trigger point therapy'

Elbow pain from kayaking

I have had more than my fair share of connective tissue injuries in my life so far. Indeed one of the reasons for getting into sea kayaking was because of cartilage¬† damage to both of my knees. As documented in this blog I have also had serious repetitive strain injuries in both forearms from working […]

Trigger Point Therapy Update

I thought I’d write a post as a follow up to my trigger point therapy post since its been a while since I updated you on my status. Let me start off by saying that trigger point therapy has been a fantastic tool for finding muscle knots in my arms, relieving and deactivating those knots […]

Trigger point therapy for RSI progress report – 6 weeks

OK, time for a progress report on trigger point therapy, its been six weeks since I started to do some trigger point massage. Have I seen some improvements? Yes. Has my RSI pain improved? Yes!¬† Has my RSI gone? Not yet! Trigger point therapy, as discussed previously in my post “Does forearm extensor trigger point […]

Trigger Points and RSI

Guest Post by James J of http://www.howiovercamersi.co.uk ** Post updated with additional material at end on 16 May 2011 ** Trigger Points and RSI I’m delighted to be given space to say a few things about RSI and trigger points. I battled with RSI for several years before finally overcoming it several months ago and […]

Does forearm extensor trigger point massage offer a potential cure for RSI?

Occasionally you come across something that just makes sense, and after receiving an email from James, a fellow RSI sufferer, with a link to his website ‘How I Overcame RSI‘, I had a whole new set of data to analyse and compare. The thing that was interesting was that James as well as having a […]