Myofascial Pain Syndrome

Myofascial Pain Syndrome

It is defined as the chronic pain disorder which is cause by pressure on the muscles at triggering points. Pain sometimes occurs in other parts of your body which is called referred pain.


Below mention are the signs and symptoms of myofascial pain syndrome:Frozen Shoulder

  • Difficulty in sleeping
  • Tender knot in muscles
  • Aching pain
  • Persistent pain

It is occurred due to the overuse and injuries in your muscles. When this pain occurs in severe form then it is called myofascial pain syndrome.


If left untreated it may cause the following complications:


After taking medical history and conducting a physical examination your doctor might recommend a certain test to check the muscle pain.


Treatment option for myofascial pain syndrome includes:

  • Sedatives to reduce the anxiety and poor sleep
  • Antidepressants help to reduce the pain
  • Pain relievers to treat pain
  • Massage
  • Hot shower
  • Ultrasound
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