Trigger Points (the X's) in the front of the neck (SCM Muscle) that can contribute to headaches and other pain (the blue areas).

Sternocleidomastoid (SCM) - trigger points and referred pain patterns massage therapy can help identify them and aid you to get rid of them.

Soleus | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Soleus trigger point diagram, pain patterns and related medical symptoms. The myofascial pain pattern has pain locations that are displayed in red and associated trigger points shown as Xs.

Pectineus pain is similar to the short adductors but referring pain mostly below the inguinal ligament as well as deep into the groin. Pain can feel as if it were in the hip joint itself.

Pectineus pain is similar to the short adductors but referring pain mostly below the inguinal ligament as well as deep into the groin. Pain can feel as if it were in the hip joint itself. Release its Trigger Point.

Sacral & Gluteal Pain | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Related trigger point and referred pain diagrams for Lateral Thigh & Hip Pain. Relevant primary and secondary muscles are shown.

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Buttock Pain | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Related trigger point and referred pain diagrams for Buttock Pain. Relevant primary and secondary muscles are shown.

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Gastrocnemius trigger point diagram, pain patterns and related medical symptoms. The myofascial pain pattern has pain locations that are displayed in red and associated trigger points shown as Xs.

Map of Referred Pain with Explanation  -- Modern medicine hasn’t entirely explained the reasons behind referred pain, however, the most common theory is that strong pain messages running along nerves either “leap” or “overwhelm” adjacent nerves, causing pain to be felt where that series of nerves originates.

Map of Referred Pain with Explanation -- the most common theory is that strong pain messages running along nerves either “leap” or “overwhelm” adjacent nerves, causing pain to be felt where that series of nerves originates.

Trapezius | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Trapezius trigger point diagram, pain patterns and related medical symptoms. The myofascial pain pattern has pain locations that are displayed in red and associated trigger points shown as Xs.

Lateral Thigh & Hip Pain | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Related trigger point and referred pain diagrams for Posterior Leg (Calf) Pain. Relevant primary and secondary muscles are shown.

Trapezius | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Trapezius trigger point diagram, pain patterns and related medical symptoms. The myofascial pain pattern has pain locations that are displayed in red and associated trigger points shown as Xs.

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