These trigger points can give referred pain and reduce muscle function and thus can be a useful adjunctive therapy to orthotic therapy, taping, IASTM, stretching and other interventions.
Training and further education is required to perform this technique in a safe, effective and sterile manner, and at Praxis we offer this in combination with electrotherapy that has further applications for many nerve and muscle conditions.
- Heel pain and plantar fasciopathy
- Ankle Sprains
- Achilles tendinopathy
- Claw and Hammer toes
- Anterior and Medial Shin splints
- Compartment syndrome
- Lateral leg pain
- Calf cramps
- Nerve damage and Peripheral neuropathy
- And many more