Massage Therapist

How would life be different if we had all the confidence in the world that we can assess and successfully help every client that walks through the door? What if our clients call us “miracle workers” and constantly refer us more business? And in fact, it’s not a miracle at all, it’s a simple, predictable method (based on hard science and research) guiding a thorough treatment plan.

Over the centuries, many different styles of massage therapy and bodywork have developed with various theories and techniques. All forms address myofascial pain and poor posture, some more directly than others. Many patients are surprised to learn just how common muscular pain is caused by poor work habits, ergonomics, and posture. Today more than ever, our bodies are strained and that often manifests as chronic or recurring pain. Pain is multifaceted, complex, nuanced, and therapy time is limited.

Whether in a wellness practice, clinical practice, or a combination of the two, the trigger point charts provide a quick, easy reference to guide us through the appropriate soft tissue structures. Some clients have tried numerous types of therapy yet get no relief, saying, “I’ve tried everything”, “No one can figure out my pain”, “I must be wired wrong”, or “I’m all messed up.” They have pain from prior injuries, limited range-of-motion (ROM) affecting their activities of daily living (ADL), or need appropriate post-surgical  support. Others are seeking general wellness care and may just have a couple of areas that are of concern. It may be the person who says (during the massage) “If you have time, could you address…” We’ve all had those clients – maybe even been those clients.

Postural Assessment and Myofascial Trigger Point charts are the perfect solution for assessment, therapy protocols, and self-care recommendations. The charts integrate well into Self Care, Injury Prevention, Professional Health, and Well-Being programs.

Believe it or not, assessing soft tissue pain can be simple and straightforward. Trigger point charts help precisely locate, treat, and document trigger points and their associated pain patterns with ease. When medical imaging and tests are negative, they provide comprehensive, research-based anatomical information to address soft tissue pain. The Kent Myofascial Trigger Points Posters are the most comprehensive, organized, and easy to reference in the market. The charts make it easy to identify the origin of soft tissue pain.

Kent Trigger point charts provide a fast and accurate approach to treating patients with myofascial pain. These myofascial trigger points posters are the most comprehensive, organized, and easy to use. Rather than memorizing every trigger point location and the associated referred pain pattern, the right charts keep that information close at hand, ready to assist. We can apply research-based anatomical information to precisely assess, treat, document, and educate patients. Every treatment, we know that we haven’t missed a thing. Ultimately, this lets us consistently achieve transformative results in our clients, leading to a thriving practice.