JANET G. TRAVELL, M.D. (1901 – 1997)
Physician, teacher, researcher, scientist, pioneer, author, athlete, poet, wife, mother, grandmother, friend, listener, student of life – whose discoveries about trigger points and myofascial pain have relieved the suffering of thousands of people.
With Love From Your Family. We Miss You!
Favorite Sayings: “It’s better to wear out than to rust out,” “Life is like a bicycle. You don’t fall off unless you stop pedaling” and ” Take care of your muscles and they will take care of you.”
For Janet Travell’s lifetime collection of papers please see our section, Collections.
For the handwritten letter by Robert Kennedy in which he writes that without Janet Travell his brother would not then have been President of the United States please see our section, Special Treasures.
The information presented on this web site is offered for informational purposes only. These pages have been written by Virginia P. Street of Northampton, MA, from documents left to her and her sister, Janet Powell Pinci, by their mother, Janet G. Travell, MD a.k.a. Janet Travell Powell, and are not intended to replace any medical advice offered by a viewer’s physician and/or healthcare professionals.
ALL RIGHTS ARE RESERVED. No part of any of the material presented on this web site, including photographs, may be reproduced or utilized in any form without the permission of Virginia P. Street or, in the event that she was unavailable, of her sister.
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