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Conditions To Treat

There are two categories of conditions that have TPs. It's important to understand the difference in order to expect realistic results.

First are those that are a result of TPs and that if the TPs are treated the condition can be improved or cured. These may be a resulting condition following another that has been resolved or it can be one that started with TPs initially. These include continuing headache pain following a minor accident which healed long ago, fibromyalgia or Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Working on the TPs is usually enough to resolve or greatly reduce the pain and discomfort of the condition.

Second are those that have TPs as an additional complication of the condition. These would include things like TMJ Dysfunction (TMD), organ pathologies with TPs, chest pain as part of a long bout of the flu with a lot of coughing, and arthritis. Working on the TPs can reduce the symptoms of pain and discomfort but the resolution or cure must be connected with treating the underlying cause of the condition.

The conditions listed here are only a small sampling but a significant percentage of painful conditions common to most of the population. Once the concepts are understood TPT can be used with almost any condition with positive reduction in the associated pain and discomfort.