Muscle Trigger Point Anatomy

Muscle Trigger Point Anatomy


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An anatomy reference for the most common trigger points and referral patterns for over 70 muscles. Features 100+ trigger points with their corresponding referral patterns. Each muscle includes the visual referral pattern and point location, plus a written muscle action, referral and comments for each muscle. You can choose to view each muscle individually, or use the zones view to see all the muscles that refer into a specific area, a great help in discovering the source of pain.

Trigger points are tight places in a muscle that cause pain to be felt elsewhere in the body. This is great for massage therapists, physical therapists, chiropractors, or anyone wanting to discover the source of muscular pain, and learn about muscle function.

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New version adds multi-language support and a new layout for tablets, plus adds the hide/show text button.

Comments and ratings for Muscle Trigger Point Anatomy
  • (19 stars)

    by Wist Eria on 19/06/2014

    Excellent quick guide for neuromuscular work!

  • (19 stars)

    by Tammi Brown on 14/06/2014

    Just installed this on Samsung Galaxy SIII and unfortunately some of the features do not appear to be working. I cannot access the different views, the little muscle icon does absolutely nothing and there is no widget in the bottom right corner. I would prefer to have this resolved but will request a refund if necessary. Rating will change when it gets fixed.

  • (19 stars)

    by Christopher Jones on 06/06/2014

    Pointless. Better off google searching

  • (19 stars)

    by Biju Nirmal Jacob on 15/04/2014

    I am using this app for the past one year. It is really helpful in my professional work.

  • (19 stars)

    by Tormod Haavi on 25/02/2014

  • (19 stars)

    by Andrea Nemirow on 22/02/2014

    I Really enjoy this app. I use it a lot. Some of the muscles look a little hidden so I can always use it as a teaching device. It would be cool if when I chose I muscle you can see its attachment and origin. But glad I bought it.

  • (19 stars)

    by Mark Bleeker on 20/02/2014

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