Trigger Point Books
Trigger point therapy has been increasing in popularity over the past couple of decades, but seems to have gained considerable acclaim in the last few years. Always at the forefront of developing and pioneering therapies and techniques Lotus Publishing has been publishing books on trigger point therapy since the release of Simeon Niel-Asher's The Concise Book of Trigger Points in 2005 (second edition published in 2008). The ground-breaking book, written by renowned trigger point therapist and author, covers such important topics as muscle mechanics, trigger point formation and therapeutic technique protocols.
In 2008 John Sharkey released his book The Concise Book of Neuromuscular Therapy: a trigger point manual, which covers such topics as integrated functional anatomy, the kinetic chain, assessment and treatment, as well as a review of the major skeletal muscles.
The first self-help trigger point rehabilitation book was recently released into Lotus Publishing's trigger point therapy range. Written by Alaskan therapist Valerie DeLaune Pain Relief with Trigger Point Self-Help is bursting with colour photographs, which helps the author guide the reader through a host of exercises to help heal and strengthen the body.
Lotus Publishing's trigger point books are perfect for students and practitioners of any physical therapy, physiotherapy, sports medicine, chiropractic or sports massage.