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Trigger Points II: Extremities - Reference Guides

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Trigger Points II: Extremities
Trigger Points II: Extremities
Posterior View Anterior View
Posterior View Anterior View
Figure 1
1Triceps brachii (#1)
2Triceps brachii (#2)
3Triceps brachii (#3)
4Triceps brachii (#4)
5Triceps brachii (#5)
6Deltoid (posterior part)
7Deltoid (anterior part)
8Biceps brachii
Figure 2
1Flexor carpi radialis
2Flexor carpi ulnaris
3Flexor digitorum
superficialis (radial
part)
4Flexor digitorum
superficialis (ulnar part)
5Opponens pollicis
Figure 3
1Pronator teres
2Palmaris longus
3Flexor pollicis longus
Figure 4
1Supraspinatus
2Brachialis
3First dorsal interosseus
4Adductor pollicis
Figure 5
1Anconeus
2Extensor carpi
radialis longus
3Extensor carpi ulnaris
4Extensor carpi
radialis brevis
5Abductor digiti minimi
6Second dorsal
interosseus
Figure 6
1Brachioradialis
2Middle finger extensor
3Ring finger extensor
4Extensor indicis
• In these figures, the
trigger points are
represented by colored
dots with numbers used
to identify their names
• Each trigger point is
color-coded to match its
own area of symptom
referral • The pain referral
areas may have both light
and dark shades of the
trigger point color
• The darker shade
represents the primary
area of symptom referral,
while the lighter shade
represents the secondary
area of symptom referral
Notes: A trigger point
and its corresponding
pain pattern is always
found within the same
figure (in some cases,
there are two images per
figure) • Different figures
may have the same
colors, but they do not
represent the same trigger
point
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2nd EDITION
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perm ach artsMT T rigger Points II: Extremities T rigger Points II: Extremities 2nd EDITION FIGURE 1 FGURE 2 Figure 1 1 Triceps brachii (#1) 2 Triceps brachii (#2) Posterior View Anterior View 3 Triceps brachii (#3) 4 Triceps brachii (#4) 5 Triceps brachii (#5) 6 Deltoid (posterior part) FIGURE 3 7 Deltoid (anterior part) 8 Biceps brachii Figure 2 1 Flexor carpi radialis 6 7 2 Flexor carpi ulnaris 1 2 3 Flexor digitorum 3 superficialis (radial 4 part) 1 4 Flexor digitorum 3 1 5 Opponens pollicislnar part) 1 8 5 2 Figure 3 8 5 1 Pronator teres 4 2 2 Palmaris longus 3 Flexor pollicis longus Figure 4 1 Supraspinatus 3 2 Brachialis 3 First dorsal interosseus 4 Adductor pollicis Figure 5 1 Anconeus 2 Extensor carpi radialis longus 3 Extensor carpi ulnaris 4 Extensor carpi radialis brevis 5 Abductor digiti minimi 6 Second dorsal interosseus FIGURE 4 FIGURE 5 Figure 6 1 Brachioradialis 2 Middle finger extensor Posterior View Anterior View 3 Ring finger extensor 4 Extensor indicis FIGURE 6 • In these figures, the trigger points are represented by colored to identify their names 1 1 1 • Each trigger point is 2 color-coded to match its own area of symptom 3 4 referral • The pain referral
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