Myofascial Pain Syndrome- Causes, symptoms and Treatment.
Myofascial pain syndrome is a chronic pain disorder. In this condition, there is a severe pain in trigger point causing pain in the muscle and throughout the body.
Trigger points are tight, hypersensitive areas of the muscles. They produce pain locally and sometimes in a referred pattern. Acute trauma or micro trauma can lead to development of trigger points. Patient may feel regional, persistent pain and decrease range of motion.
Causes of Myofascial Trigger points.
Commonly, trigger points develop when the muscles undergoes a type of trauma such as injury, diseases or overuse. Common causes of Myofascial trigger points includes:
Symptoms of Myofascial Pain Syndrome
- Numbness of tingling sensations
- Decreased range of motion
Treatment of Myofascial Pain syndrome
A chiropractic approach is all-natural, non-invasive and pain free approach to treat myofascial pain and trigger points. A chiropractic treatment will help you in managing pain, helps to regain strength, flexibility and range of motion. Chiropractic approach helps to improve endurance and allowing the patient to get back to the work and daily life.
Consulting with Finchley Back Care.
At Finchley back care our chiropractors work with the patients by addressing your complaint and diagnosing the cause of your problem and designing the best care plan that helps you to return to your normal routine