This graphic includes two medical illustrations demonstrating cervical injections, used after a traumatic neck injury. The first illustration is a posterior view of the normal human body demonstrating the spine and muscles. The second illustration provides a closeup of the cervical and upper lumbar spine, with needles performing epidural and trigger point injections. Trigger points are generally considered microspams in muscles, ligaments or tendons that cause local and referred pain. For more on trigger points and referred pain, see Travell, Janet; Simons David; Simons Lois (1999). Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual (2 vol. set, 2nd Ed.). USA: Lippincott Williams & Williams.
This graphic is best used for demand letters / narrative reports, mediation, arbitration or trial in cases involving trigger points in the neck after trauma.
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