Become familiar with and build upon the theoretical and practical foundations of dry needling, the main tool in an invasive approach to treating myofascial trigger points.
Muscles in general and myofascial trigger points in particular are the main source of pain in people. According to doctors Travell and Simons, myofascial pain syndrome refers to the sensory, motor and autonomic signs and symptoms caused by myofascial trigger points.
As a physiotherapist you must be familiar with this syndrome and know how to effectively diagnose and treat it, with a view to preventing the symptoms from becoming chronic.
In a global approach, the shoulder and myofascial trigger points should not be considered in isolation, but rather in conjunction with other structures (joints, nerves, etc.). This is why we suggest using the fascial system as a means of integration.