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- New Edition of Informed Touch
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Myofascial pain syndromes are among the fastest growing problems that physicians osteopaths acupuncturists and physical occupational and massage therapists encounter in their patients. In TRIGGER POINT THERAPY FOR MYOFASCIAL PAIN Donna and Steven Finando have organized vast amounts of information on treating myofascial pain into an accessible user's manual for healthcare practitioners. They examine a wide range of pain patterns and present evaluation and palpation techniques for reducing trigger points - and thereby alleviating pain - in the most clinically significant musculature of the body. This comprehensive yet easy-to-use reference guide to treatment of muscle pain begins with chapters on the concept of Qi and its relationship to myology specific trigger point location and activation and palpatory skill-building techniques. Subsequent sections provide detailed information on each muscle to teach clinicians to locate quickly and accurately individual points of pain and compensation. A visual index allows easy identification of the muscles that may be involved. TRIGGER POINT THERAPY FOR MYOFASCIAL PAIN provides necessary and invaluable information for sufferers and any professional involved with myofascial disorders.
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"The most valuable aspect of the book comes from its highly detailed illustrations, where the illustrator highlighted each body part discussed in red. This book is an excellent way to look for a stretch to relieve that specific ache or pain, and to understand that part of your body in relation to the muscular structure surrounding the area. Recommended." * Diana Rajchel, FacingNorth.net, September 2011 * "This is a classic that will be around for a long time . . . " * Irene Watson, Reader Views, September 2010 * "Any who suffer from muscle pain will find her methods specific and useful, based on her acupuncture and massage background and studies with Janet Travell, MD, a pioneer in pain management." * Diane Donovan, Bookwatch, April 2006 * ". . . written carefully and thoughtfully, as if gently guiding the reader into an intimate understanding of what's happening in the body when a trigger point is present." * Charlotte Michael Versagi, Massage Magazine, Nov-Dec 2005 * ". . . in addition to those professional healing touch practitioners wanting to stretch their skills or needing a good myofascial pain reference book, that I also suggest this book to those who suffer from chronic pain and those that do any sort of physical activity that could result in muscular pain and fatigue." * Tami Brady, TCM Reviews * "This insightful book points out a new direction in medical therapeutics. It clearly delineates where the energetic field of the body intersects and animates the physical structure. By acting at this intersection, true healing can take place." * Steven L. Rosenblatt, M.D., Ph.D., L.Ac., founder and past president of the California Acupuncture C * "Donna and Steven Finando have married some of the finest techniques that eastern and western physical medicine have to offer. Incredibly, they have done this in a single text, with excellent graphics, charts, and guidelines to specific soft-tissue work. This essential guide takes the place of many large volumes, especially when information is needed immediately. I highly recommend Informed Touch for not only the experienced practitioner, but for students as well." * Marilyn Freedman, P.T., certified childbirth educator * "Never before have the disciplines of myofascial pain release and meridian therapy been so beautifully and practically connected. Simply put, this book is a must for all practitioners of hands-on medicine." * Roberta F. Shapiro, D.O., Albert Einstein College of Medicine * "Knowing how to touch the human body when it is in distress is the skill that links bodyworkers with physical--and oriental--medicine practitioners. Nowhere is this knowledge more developed than in the seminal work on trigger-point release of Drs. Janet Travell and David Simons. Their magnum opus now becomes eminently accessible in this clinically pragmatic manual. Informed Touch belongs in the office of every professional practicing a physical medicine of any kind." * Mark D. Seem, Ph.D., L.Ac., President, Tri-State College of Acupuncture, author of Bodymind Energeti *
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Donna Finando, L.Ac., L.M.T., has taught myology and myofascial meridian therapy throughout the country for more than twenty years. Steven Finando, Ph.D., L.Ac., is currently on the advisory board for the New York Chiropractic College School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Both studied extensively with Janet Travell, M.D., a pioneer in the field of pain management. Donna and Steven live on Long Island, New York, where they have been in continual practice for the past 29 years.
Acknowledgments Introduction: A Gathering of Forces: Toward an Era of Interdisciplinary Cooperation in the Treatment of Pain Chapter 1 The Nature of Muscles and Trigger Points Chapter 2 Qi, Movement, and Health Chapter 3 Informed Touch Chapter 4 Diagnosis and Treatment Chapter 5 How to Use This Manual Muscles of the Head, Neck, and Face Sternocleidomastoid * Scalenes * Splenius Capitis * Splenius Cervicis * Posterior Cervicals * Temporalis * Masseter * Pterygoids Muscles of the Shoulder Girdle Trapezius * Levator Scapulae * Rhomboids * Serratus Anterior * Pectoralis Minor Muscles of the Upper Limb Pectoralis Major * Deltoid * Latissimus Dorsi * Teres Major * Supraspinatus * Infraspinatus * Teres Minor * Subscapularis * Biceps Brachii * Triceps Brachii * Brachialis * Brachioradialis * Hand and Finger Extensors * Hand and Finger Flexors Muscles of the Torso Erector Spinae * Quadratus Lumborum * Iliopsoas * Rectus Abdominis * Abdominals Muscles of the Lower Limb Gluteus Maximus * Gluteus Medius * Gluteus Minimus * Tensor Fasciae Latae * Piriformis * Hamstrings * Quadriceps * Adductors * Pectineus * Gracilis * Sartorius * Popliteus * Gastrocnemius * Soleus * Tibialis Posterior * Tibialis Anterior * Peroneal Muscles * Long Extensors of the Toes * Long Flexors of the Toes Appendix 1: Meridian Pathways Appendix 2: On Cutaneous Zones Appendix 3: Commonly Used Acupoints Pain Pattern Index Symptom Index Bibliography