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Trigger point massage

Do you regularly suffer from recurring neck pain, shoulder pain, back pain, pelvic pain or headaches? Most people get used to it and take a warm bath, go to bed early or take painkillers to temporarily relieve the pain. This often involves muscle knots.


What causes those muscle knots?

When you overload your muscles for a long time or use them in a way they are not intended for, trigger points (muscle knots) can develop. Your living environment and diet are also important factors when it comes to developing muscle knots. Together they can cause a disturbance in cell metabolism, the nervous system and hormone balance. Below is an overview of some physical causes.

  • Wrong attitude

  • Short-term heavy exertion

  • Leg length difference

  • Pelvic obliquity

  • Weak muscles


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