Many Little Muscles Twitching Away
a: Sarcomere ~
b: a microscopic muscle
What: "Trigger points, more commonly known as muscle knots, are a patch of super-contracted muscle "sarcomeres." Muscles are made of millions of sarcomeres. A sarcomere is like a microscopic muscle: a little bundle of protein fibres that contracts. When a small section of sarcomeres goes into spasm, that's a trigger point."
Writer: Paul Ingraham
Date: May 14 2013 3:30 PM
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