Myofascial pain syndrome is defined by the presence of trigger points throughout the body that are tender and cause pain. The pain that results from irritating a trigger point might even be referred to a different body part, making identifying trigger points a little complicated.
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Infrared Imaging Advanced technology to discover and locate hidden injuries and sources of pain in the body Chronic pain can be insidious, frustrating and anxiety producing. If treatment is going well, it has helped to make some of the pain go away. But if you
Dr. Hal Blatman joins The IronRoad Way to talk about myofascial pain, and how pain isn’t really what we think it is. Pain doesn’t come from where you think it does. Check out this terrific interview and demonstration.
Myofascial Pain Treatment Series Workshop for Dentists, Medical Professionals: Head and Neck Pain | TMJ Syndrome Workshop Sponsored by International Academy of Biologic Dentistry and Medicine April 24 – 25, 2020 These workshops teach physical examination and treatment of patients with myofascial pain disorders. Myofascial head and
Do you suffer from fibromyalgia, myofascial pain, or any other type of debilitating pain? The truth is there are a variety of treatments and lifestyle changes that can bring about relief without the need for invasive surgery. Unfortunately, we’ve heard from numerous patients who were
Patient explains how tennis elbow treatment helped him. Can’t think of a better way to explain how we help people: “It transformed my life.” “You don’t have to live with pain.”
Trigger points are a central area of tightness found in your connective tissue that can occur after trauma or injury. These painful areas are often described as a “ball of pain” or a muscle spasm. Trigger point injection treatment involves inserting a small needle directly
Did you know that the food you eat can actually be causing the pain you are having? Has your doctor ever really touched you and provided a thorough exam? Our process to determine your pain is quite different than what you are used to. If your