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Other Than Pain

 

Trigger points can also cause symptoms that seem to be unrelated to a muscular (myofascial) source.


 

 

Issues such as IBS, bloating, excessive gas, diarrhea, bladder frequency/urgency, bed-wetting (adult and child), heartburn, acid reflux, GERD, cardiac arrPainful Menstruation (dysmenorrhea)hythmia, dysmenorrhea, genital and rectal pain can often have a myofascial trigger point source. 
These symptoms can frequently be traced to trigger points in the rectus abdominis, abdominal obliques, thigh adductors and pectoralis major muscles.
 






Suffering from Another Painful Menstrual Period?




As well, symptoms such as vertigo, proprioceptive issues, dry chronic cough, sinus conditions, tinnitus, droopy eyelid, blurred vision, excess tearing, clicking in the jaw, goose bumps and toothache may also have a trigger point source from muscles in the neck and head.






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Contact me for accurate trigger point information regarding the above symptoms. 
info@triggerpoint.ca 
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