Could Triggers Stop Pain That Comes Back?

Discover Yourself by Finding Your #1 Trigger Point...

What you'll find here:

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Self Help for Chronic Pain

We believe that you are the best person manage your health. Understanding = empowerment + positive action.

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Education for Professionals

Education for massage therapists, physios and physicians to help them help people with muscle & joint pain.

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Treat Your Tigger Points

These are huge cause of muscle pain - and they're often overlooked.

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Mind Body Connection

Learn techniques for pain relief without surgery or medications.

About the Author

Dr Jonathan Kuttner is a Musculo-skeletal Pain Specialist with over 3 decades experience treating muscle & joint pain.

After a serious hang gliding crash where he nearly died, Dr Kuttner had 6+ years of chronic back pain. He was able to crack the code and get out of pain though - and now with the site www.LifeAfterPain.com he's helped thousands of people with their chronic muscle and joint pain.

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What is a Trigger Point?

If you suffer from mysterious and FRUSTRATING chronic muscle pain and are at your wit's end – try these techniques now.  I’ve seen it help to put an end to months (and even years) of "unexplained" pain in my patients.

Trigger Point Treatment provides a simple solution to a debilitating problem that often seemingly does not HAVE any solution (doctors, acupuncturists, or even most up-to-date-book on muscle injuries often seem to miss this stunning information) Trigger point therapy has been well researched over the last several decades.

It's a very common but overlooked cause of muscle pain that can sometimes be quite severe - and can carry on for years. Bottom line: if you’re a pain sufferer you owe it to yourself to at least see if you have active trigger points. If your pain is caused by trigger points, you can learn how to treat them, and begin again to look forward to a normal, pain-free life.

Most people with multiple trigger points just go to the sore spot of the day. That's often not enough if you have multiple trigger points in one area. You need a more systematic approach to make sure that you're switching off all the trigger points. The first thing you will need to find and treat your triggers is a set of detailed charts trigger point charts so you can locate all the active triggers that may be causing your pain.

Even if you’re a complete beginner in this area you can make a lot of progress quickly once you've found all your trigger points. I want you to experience the relief that knowing and understanding about the trigger points can make in a person's life.  Our mission is to help you be able help yourself so you'll know how to approach your trigger points as a complete picture and restore confidence in treating your own trigger points.

Life After Pain Ltd.