Trigger Point Pain, Myofascial: Disease Bioinformatics
Myofascial Trigger Point Pain, also referred to as Myofascial pain syndrome, is a condition in which pressure on trigger points in the muscle causes pain in another area of the body. People who repeat the same movements due to jobs or hobbies, or who have poor posture are at risk of developing Myofascial Trigger Point Pain. The condition is characterized by muscle pain, and some individuals with more severe cases may experience trouble sleeping or may develop fibromylagia. Myofascial Trigger Point Pain can be treated with physical therapy and pain medications. Acupuncture or steroid injections may also help relieve pain for individuals with more severe conditions.
Trigger Point Pain, Myofascial Bioinformatics Tool
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