map of referred pain

Map of Referred Pain with Explanation -- the most common theory is that strong pain messages running along nerves either “leap” or “overwhelm” adjacent nerves, causing pain to be felt where that series of nerves originates.

Schmerzen im hinteren Kniebereich | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Schmerzen im hinteren Kniebereich | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Dolor en la parte de atrás del cuello | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Dolor en la parte de atrás del cuello | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Rautenmuskel | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Rautenmuskel | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Back of Arm Pain | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Related trigger point and referred pain diagrams for Upper Thoracic Back Pain. Relevant primary and secondary muscles are shown.

Lateral Thigh & Hip Pain | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Related trigger point and referred pain diagrams for Posterior Leg (Calf) Pain. Relevant primary and secondary muscles are shown.

Taubes Gefühl/ Kribbeln am äußeren Oberschenkel (Meralgia Paresthetica) | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Taubes Gefühl/ Kribbeln am äußeren Oberschenkel (Meralgia Paresthetica) | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Upper Thoracic Back Pain | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Related trigger point and referred pain diagrams for Mid-Thoracic Back Pain. Relevant primary and secondary muscles are shown.

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