VIDEOTAPES AND CHARTS:

(Published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Two Commerce Sq., 2001 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19103, (215) 521-8300)

MYOFASCIAL PAIN VIDEOTAPES

The Myofascial Pain Syndrome: Travell Trigger-Point Tapes are based on the textbooks, MYOFASCIAL PAIN AND DYSFUNCTION. THE TRIGGER POINT MANUAL.
They are written, produced and directed by Ben Daitz, M.D.

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1) Introduction to Myofascial Pain Therapy
2) Myofascial Pain Syndromes of the Head, Face, Neck and Shoulder Girdle
3) Myofascial Pain Syndromes of the Upper Torso and Shoulder
4) Myofascial Pain Syndromes of the Shoulder and Arm
5) Myofascial Pain Syndromes of the Low Back and Hip
6) Myofascial Pain Syndromes of the Hip, Thigh and Calf
0) Dudley J. Morton’s Foot Configuration

EXERCISE VIDEOTAPES

The Travell Stretch Program: Rehabilitation Guidelines for Practitioners
tapes featuring Nancy Shaw, M.A., M.P.T., Janet G. Travell, M.D. and John Whiteside, M.D. are written and produced by Ben Daitz, M.D.

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1) Muscle Stretches for the Head, Neck, and Shoulder Region
2) Muscle Stretches for the Upper Back, Chest, Shoulder, and Upper Extremity
3) Muscle Stretches for the Lower Back, Abdomen, and Lower Extremity
0) A Guide To Muscle Fitness

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MYOFASCIAL PAIN TRIGGER POINT WALL CHARTS & FLIP CHARTS

The Travell and Simons’ Trigger Point Pain Pattern Wall Charts and Flip Charts
are by Janet Travell, M.D. and David Simons, M.D.


Comments

Videotapes & Charts — 8 Comments

  1. Hello,
    I am an acupuncturist in California and have been very honored to study the works of Janet Travell. Her research and teachings have helped me help many others on a wonderful journey of recovery. Thank You!!!

  2. I am honored and privileged to have taken seminars given by Dr. Travell. One turning point in my professional career was in Knoxville Tennessee, at the annual conference of the American Academy of Pain Management, where I had an inspiring conversation with Dr. Travell. I have had a successful practice which is 90%comprised of Dr. Travell’s and Dr. Simon’s teachings. My dream is that I can convince our current health care model to employ their teachings in the day to day practices of all MD’s DC’s DO’s etc.,. I truly attribute my clinical skills and success to Dr. Travell.

  3. Respected Madam,
    Good afternoon.I am Adhiksha Pandit studying in 2nd year MPT in Krishna College Of Physiotherapy, Karad, Maharashtra, India. The topic of my thesis is the Effect Of Myofascial Release And Conventional Therapy In The Management Of Frozen Shoulder. I am applying myofascial release on subscapularis muscle in case of muscle shortening in frozen shoulder.But I am not getting any references for it like the number of sessions and sets of release to be performed, duration of the treatment, number of weeks of treatment. I also had doubt whether myofascial release of subscapularis muscle improves external rotation or the entire capsular pattern that is abduction, flexion and internal rotation also in frozen shoulder.
    Please I kindly request you mam to guide me for my thesis.
    Thanking you.
    Yours Obediently,
    Adhiksha Pandit.

  4. Dear Mr. Pandit,

    My Mother is deceased. Please contact John F. Barnes (see below). – Best of luck. Thank you for writing.

    Virginia

    (Dr. Travell’s daughter)

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    Subject: [Janet Travell, MD] Comment: “Videotapes & Charts”
    Date: Fri, 17 Feb 2012
    From: Adhiksha Pandit
    Reply-To: “adhiksha.p@gmail.com”
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    Author : Adhiksha Pandit (IP: 14.139.120.245 , 14.139.120.245)
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    Comment: Respected Madam,
    Good afternoon.I am Adhiksha Pandit studying in 2nd year MPT in Krishna College Of
    Physiotherapy, Karad, Maharashtra, India. The topic of my thesis is the Effect Of Myofascial Release And Conventional Therapy In The Management Of Frozen Shoulder. I am applying myofascial release on subscapularis muscle in case of muscle shortening in frozen shoulder.But I am not getting any references for it like the number of sessions and sets of release to be performed, duration of the treatment, number of weeks of treatment. I also had doubt whether myofascial release of subscapularis muscle improves external rotation or the entire capsular pattern that is abduction, flexion and internal rotation also in frozen shoulder. Please I kindly request you mam to guide me for my thesis. Thanking you. Yours Obediently, Adhiksha Pandit.

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    John F. Barnes, PT, LMT, NCTMB
    is an internationally recognized physical therapist, lecturer, author and the leading authority on Myofascial Release.

    Through his 50 years of experience and creative insight, he has developed this innovative and highly effective whole body approach for the evaluation and treatment of pain and dysfunction.

    John F. Barnes, PT has trained over 75,000 physicians and therapists and is considered to be an “icon” and a teacher and therapist of the highest caliber.

    Eastern Myofascial Release Treatment Center
    222 West Lancaster Avenue
    Suite 100
    Paoli, PA 19301
    1-800-FASCIAL (327-2425)
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    Email: paoli@myofascialrelease.com

  5. My name is Amaury Cork and I am a massage therapist. I was taught Trigger Point Therapy when I did my massage course 12 years ago in Sydney, Australia. I use this technique with great success with most of my patients. The work of Dr Janet Travell was a breakthrough for many therapists around the world to help patients in pain. Thank you.

  6. Hi, could anyone tell me where I get/buy the wall charts/posters and/or flip charts ?
    Thank you very much in advance !

    Mrs. Gyldensted, M.D. (Denmark)

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