Hi, I'm Simeon Niel-Asher, the person behind Trigger Points 3D.
Trigger Points 3D is an interactive model that maps-out all the trigger points in a dynamic environment. Making clinical practice and trigger point learning interesting, exciting and easy. My software is designed for Doctors, Physical Therapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Acupuncturists and Bodywork professionals (including students).
My goal is to combine my knowledge/expertise in Osteopathy and Trigger Points, to create a useful, simple and quick interactive software program.
To do this, I spent many hours of collaboration with my colleagues so I could provide the most up-to-date and evidence-based pain maps available anywhere. And so, we created Trigger Points 3D, which will help you in the clinical encounter, learn better and have 'go-to maps' for easy everyday use.
Relieving Pain is our Passion
Author of the best selling "The Concise Book of Trigger Points", In 1997 Simeon developed a ground-breaking non-surgical approach for treating frozen shoulder syndrome and now more than 80,000 practitioners use The Niel-Asher technique (TNAT) worldwide.
Studied and worked with trigger points since 1990, Simeon has dedicated a large part of his career to scientific research, medical trials and the exploration in the field of manual medicine.
After a long and successful career including writing, clinical trials, lecturing, and teaching courses, Simeon feels privileged to focus on the educational aspects of trigger points medicine and finding ways to help people apply the theoretical knowledge into action.
Dr Bob Gerwin MD
Senior Advisor, Co-founder
Dr. Gerwin has been a sr. advisor for Triggerpoints3D from its outset, his expert wisdom and professionalism continue to guide us. Worked with Dr. Janet Travell & David Simons, who developed the concepts & management approach of myofascial pain and the Trigger Point Model. He has been at the forefront of refining the techniques of trigger point injection & dry needling for over two decades.
A former Medical Director and President of Pain and Rehabilitation Medicine. He has recently retired as an attending Physician at the Johns Hopkins Pain Treatment Center and faculty of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Dr. Gerwin is on the editorial board of the Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Neurology and a Diplomate of the American Academy of Pain Management