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Aim: To compare the effectiveness of ultrasound and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation in treatment of upper trapezitis. Objective: To determine and compare the effectiveness of ultrasound therapy and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation in upper trapezitis. Using convenient sampling method (as the patient comes the odd number will be allotted to Group-A and even number will be allotted to Group-B by the research supervisor) thirty samples with upper trapezitis will be selected based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. Informed consent will be obtained from all the participants. All participants will undergo trigger point assessment by ultrasonogram and their pain will be measured in Numerical pain rating scale (NPRS). Participants will be assigned into two groups 15 numbers in each randomly. Statistical Analysis shows that intervention of Ultrasound Therapy in more significant than Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation in treating by reducing Upper trapezius trigger point and reducing pain. From the results, it has been conclude that ultrasound therapy [group A] are more effective than Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation [group B] in decreasing pain and trigger point.