Browsing by Subject Myofascial pain syndromes

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2005A pragmatic clinical investigation of the comparative effectiveness of ischaemic compression and cryo-ischaemic compression in the treatment of rhomboid myofascial pain syndromeSookraj, Sholini
2005The relationship between myofascial trigger points, total work and other recorded measurements of the vastus lateralis and vastus medialis, in long-distance runners with patellofermoral pain syndromeDaly, Gail
2007The relationship of myofascial trigger points of the pericranial musculature and episodic tension-type headacheForsyth, Juliette Faye
1998The relative effectiveness of cryotherapy and moist heat in the treatment of myofascial pain syndromesAndersen, Martin Steenfeldt
2003The relative effectiveness of electroacupuncture as compared to single dry needle insertion in the treatment of trapezius myofasciitisCumming, Lee Anne
2005The relative effectiveness of myofascial manipulation versus ischaemic compression in the treatment of myofascial trigger points of the upper trapezius muscleShacksnovis, Richard
2006The relative effectiveness of myofascial trigger point manipulation as compared to proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitative stretching in the treatment of active myofascial trigger points: a pilot clinical investigationBerry, Jason
2002The relative effectiveness of proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation versus ultrasound therapy in the treatment of temporamandibular joint dysfunction caused by masticatory myofascial trigger points, in terms of subjective and objective clinical findingsGray, Derick
1999The relative effectiveness of spray and stretch compared to ice and stretch in the treatment of myofascial trigger pointsBacklund, Gary
1998The relative effectiveness of the four-electrode as opposed to the pen-electrode interferential current method in the treatment of myofascial pain syndromesCorin, Alan Clifford
2006The short-term effect of Graston instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (GISTM) on supraspinatus tendinosis and it's [sic] concomitant findingsHarper, Grant Michael
1995Study into the treatment of active myofascial trigger points using interferential current as an alternative to dry needling agitationChristie, Kevin Rodney
2001The therapeutic efficacy of action potential therapy in the treatment of myofascial pain syndromeChettiar, Amarannathan
2003The therapeutic efficacy of dry needling latent myofascial trigger pointsWilks, Candice Lara
1996The therapeutic efficacy of invasive needling techniques in the management of myofascial pain and dysfunction syndromeBroome, Richard John
2003The treatment of myofascial pain syndrome using therapeutic ultrasound, on upper trapezius trigger points : a double-blinded placebo controlled study comparing the pulsed and continuous waveforms of ultrasoundPillay, Magendran Ganas