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Trigger Point

An event that causes another event. For example, an exchange may stop trade on a stock if its price drops by 10% in a single trading session. In that case, the trigger point is the 10% drop.

trigger point

The event or condition that initiates a predetermined action. For example, the New York Stock Exchange halts trading in stocks when the Dow Jones Industrial Average declines by a specified number of points (the trigger point) in a trading session.
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Itoh K, Saito S, Sahara, Naitoh Y, Imai K, Kitakoji H (2014) Randomized trial of trigger point acupuncture treatment for chronic shoulder pain: a preliminary study.
8% had a least one latent trigger point in the upper trapezius muscle, 77.
After choosing a strategic direction and establishing trigger points, the next step is to use conventional strategic planning to define the strategy the company would employ to achieve its desired results under each of the competing scenarios.
A FIBROMYALGIA can be cured or at least significantly helped and trigger point injections are one of the main treatments.
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Trigger Point Dry Needling: An Evidenced and Clinical Based Approach.
Offering a host of services from trigger point therapy to sports massages and spinal touch therapy, they are confident for the future.
Pain is thought to be initiated when the trigger point area is stimulated by stressors like cold, postural distortions and emotional stress which set up a self-perpetuating pain cycle that long outlasts the initiating stimulus.