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Palpable spots on the skeletal muscles’ fascia, which are hyperirritable, are called myofascial trigger points or trigger points. Pressure on these points can be painful and cause shortening of the muscle fiber, which is used to diagnose and treat myofascial pain syndrome. These trigger points can be treated with release therapy. This therapy includes putting pressure on the trigger point with a finger or an instrument, and gradually increasing the pressure as the trigger point releases and softens. There are a lot of variations in this technique, and your physiotherapist will determine the best option for you.