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  1. Referred pain areas of active myofascial trigger points in head, neck, and shoulder muscles, in chronic tension type headache.
  2. Myofascial Head Pain 
  3. Musculoskeletal physical outcome measures in individuals with tension-type headache: a scoping review.
  4. Referred pain from myofascial trigger points in head and neck-shoulder muscles reproduces head pain features in children with chronic tension type headache.
  5. Manual treatment for cervicogenic headache and active trigger point in the sternocleidomastoid muscle: a pilot randomized clinical trial.
  6. What do we know about chronic tension-type headache? 
  7. Characteristics of referred muscle pain to the head from active trigger points in women with myofascial temporomandibular pain and fibromyalgia syndrome.
  8. Improvement in clinical outcomes after dry needling in a patient with occipital neuralgia.
  9. Trigger point needling: techniques and outcome.
  10. Adverse events following trigger point dry needling: a prospective survey of chartered physiotherapists.
  11. A critical overview of the current myofascial pain literature – July 2015.
  12. Alterations in the trapezius muscle in young patients with migraine–a pilot case series with MRI
  13. The role of myofascial trigger points in musculoskeletal pain syndromes of the head and neck.
  14. Contribution of myofascial trigger points to migraine symptoms
  15. An evidence-informed review of the current myofascial pain literature–January 2015.
  16. Myofascial trigger points in patients with whiplash-associated disorders and mechanical neck pain.
  17. A distinct pattern of myofascial findings in patients after whiplash injury.
  18. What is evidence-based about myofascial chains? A systematic review.
  19. The Kinesio Taping Method for Myofascial Pain Control.
  20. Electrophysiological characteristics according to activity level of myofascial trigger points.
  21. A critical overview of the current myofascial pain literature – Octobre 2015.
  22. Effects of treatment of myofascial trigger points on the pain of fibromyalgia.
  23. fibromyalgia dry needling
  24. Multiple active myofascial trigger points reproduce the overall spontaneous pain pattern in women with fibromyalgia and are related to widespread mechanical hypersensitivity.