Myofascial pain syndrome is the neurologic disease characterized by muscle activity disorder accompanied by the heavy pain. This decease can occur in back, neck, chest, head, extremities, lumbus,and shoulders. The cause of pain feelings is the little knots located in the muscle and known as trigger point. It produces constant impulses causing frequent muscle contractions and straining neighborhood muscles.
Symptoms and Causes
During an myofascial pain syndrome, acute feelings of pain in one of the muscles that force the body to occupy an appropriate posture that restricts freedom of movement arise. Symptoms of the disease also include: sleep disturbance, increased pain, muscle thickening, headache.
If myopathy syndrome is not treated, serious complications are possible – fibromyalgia. It is a disease characterized by chronic pain in the muscles and joints, as well as serious endocrine and emotional disorders in the body.
Causes of muscular dysfunction and spasm can become:
- trigger points (pain triggers) that occur after a strong physical load of untreated muscles
- ankylosis, gonarthrosis, osteohondrosis, bursitis, arthritis, and other joint disorders
- any muscle injuries
Myofascial pain syndrome can occur unexpectedly and pass passively. Treatment of myophascular pain syndrome includes medication, manual therapy, physiotherapeutic procedures, focal point-focused iglotherapy.
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