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Trigger Point Pain

Trigger Point Pain is a chronic form of muscle pain. Myofascial pain syndrome centers around sensitive points in your muscles called trigger points. Trigger Point Pain can spread throughout the affected muscle. Trigger Point Painafflicts large numbers of our population, reducing your quality of life, disrupting your  daily activities. Most chronic pain arises from the overloading of muscular systems

People with myofascial pain syndrome have muscle pain that are chronic  or worsens. Trigger Point Pain has been linked to many types of common pain such as: 



 What Are Symptoms of  Trigger Point Pain? 

  • Deep, aching pain in a muscle
  • Pain that persists or worsens
  • Muscle stiffness
  • Muscle spasm
  • Joint stiffness near the affected muscle
  • Area of tension in your muscle that may feel like a knot or tight spot and may be particularly sensitive to touch
  • Sleep disruption

Our unique integration of complementary alternative therapies has facilitated pain relief and better quality of life of our clients on a regular basis.

  • Differential diagnosis 
  • Comprehensive patient history 
  • Pain mapping 
  • Range of motion evaluation 
  • Postural analysis 
  • Identification of perpetuating factors 
  • Correction of perpetuating factors 
  • Integrated Manual techniques to treat myofascial pain and dysfunction 
  • Personalized patient rehabilitation program 
  • Patient education 

Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger Point Therapy Major Benefits

  • Eliminate or decrease pain.  
  • Increase range of motion, flexibility and strength. 
  • Improve sleep, a common problem associated with myofascial pain. 
  • Increase endurance at work and play. 
  • Decrease or eliminate medication, under doctors supervision. 
  • General improvement in quality of life and fitness level, increased energy and reduced stress. 
  • Increase body awareness. 

Learn More

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Painful myofascial trigger points and pain sites in men with chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome.

Chiropractic management of myofascial trigger points and myofascial pain syndrome: a systematic review of the literature

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Interrater reliability of palpation of myofascial trigger points in three shoulder muscles

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