MYOFASCIAL PAIN SYNDROME
Myofascial pain syndrome is a disorder in which pressure on sensitive points in the muscles causes pain in seemingly unrelated body parts. The syndrome often happens after repeated injury or muscle overuse.
WHAT IS MYOFASCIAL PAIN SYNDROME?
MPS is a chronic condition that affects the fascia (connective tissue that covers the muscles). It may involve either a single muscle or a muscle group. Symptoms include persistent pain or a tender muscle knot.
Wondering if you might be suffering from myofascial pain syndrome? Take our 30 second online Pain Assessment Tool to find out. One of our qualified team members will be in touch within one business day to discuss your pain.
WHO CAN GET MYOFASCIAL PAIN SYNDROME?
MPS causes chronic pain in muscles throughout the body.Treatments include physical therapy, medications to relieve pain, trigger point injections, and relaxation techniques.
If you suspect you have myofascial pain syndrome, take our short Treatment Assessment Tool to tell us a little about what, if anything, you've tried to treat your pain. One of our qualified team members will be in touch within one business day to discuss possible treatment options.