Myofascial Pain

Myofascial Pain

Myofascial pain is a persistent state of psychical condition which causes problem in the fascia. Fascia is the
connective tissue by which the muscles are covered. The syndrome of Myofascial pain may entail either only a single
muscle or it may be a group of muscle. It is a common phenomenon that most often the pain originator is not being
located in the same place as the sufferers experiences the pain. According to the experts, the actual location of
injury tends to provoke the pain in other areas of body.

There are many things which can lead to Myofascial pain, among these the most reason is excessive pressure on a
particular muscle or a group of muscle. Other reasons behind these are common fatigue, different kinds of medical
conditions, such as heart attack. The main symptom of this Myofascial pain is severe muscle pain, which can also
act like trigger zone. The people, who have weak mentality and psychologically vulnerable to any kind of small
pain, can suffer from depression, stress and anxiety. The physical condition of this pain can be worsened by
further stress. There are some other problems that are happened with Myofascial pain, one of these significant
disease is insomnia.

When it comes to diagnosis, then it is done by identifying the syndrome and distinguishing the trigger points.
There are four types of trigger points, an active, a latent, a secondary trigger point and satellite Myofascial
point. The typical treatment for this kind of pain is spraying with a coolant in the muscles and also in the
trigger points. The other kinds of treatments are massage therapy and injection in the trigger point. In some
crucial cases, the combination of above three treatments is done. All these treatments have to be done under
experts; otherwise it may cause some other new problems.

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