Acupuncture, Trigger Points and Musculoskeletal Pain. A by P.E. Baldry, MB BS FRCP, and John W. Thompson, PhD MB BS

By P.E. Baldry, MB BS FRCP, and John W. Thompson, PhD MB BS FRCP (Auth.)

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1). She first began to take an interest in it after reading how Edeiken & Wolferth (1936) had been able to reproduce spontaneously occurring shoulder pain by applying pressure to tender points in muscles around the scapula, and then reading about observations made both by Kellgren and by the American orthopaedic surgeon Steindler (1940). 2 David Simons. 1 Janet Travell. (With permission from Virginia P. ) It was Steindler who, during the course of reporting how he was able to relieve ‘sciatica’ by injecting Novocain into tender points in muscles in the lumbar and gluteal regions, first called these points trigger points (TrPs).

J. Coxe, D. T. Coxe, and Samuel Jackson, who having heard reports from Europe about it being possible to revive drowned kittens by inserting needles into their hearts, decided to investigate whether the same procedure had anything to offer in resuscitating drowned people! And finding, as might be expected, that it had not, they clearly became disillusioned with the therapeutic properties of acupuncture in general, for as Edward Coxe (1826) in reporting the results of their experiment remarked: Whatever others may think of the possibility of resuscitating drowned persons by acupuncture, I can only say that I should think myself highly culpable, if, called to a case of asphyxia, I were to waste time, every moment of which is precious, in endeavouring to resuscitate by a means which I sincerely believe to be good for nothing.

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