Acupuncture, Trigger Points, and Musculoskeletal Pain: A Scientific Approach to Acupuncture for Use by Doctors and Physiotherapists in the Diagnosis and Management of Myofascial Trigger Point Pain
This is a practical text on the use of acupuncture for the relief of musculoskeletal pain, looking exclusively at the treatment of trigger points by acupuncture. Dr Baldry is an experienced medical physician who has used acupuncture as part of his therapeutic repertoire for many years. He discusses the scientific aspects of acupuncture and demonstrates its use in Western medicine. He writes at a suitable level for students and/or practitioners, combining academic knowledge with practical advice.
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