Myofascial Pain Syndrome
Myofascial Pain Syndrome is a common source of pain. Myofascial Pain may be related to surgery, sports injury, direct traumatic incident, poor posture, poor body mechanics, accident and or muscle strain. ASTR is an non-invasive revolutionary manual technique that is used to evaluate and treat myofascial pain syndrome effectively. Doctor Jacobs/specialist specializes in the treatment of myofascial pain syndrome.
Myofascial Release is a type of soft tissue mobilization therapy that addresses injuries that occur to soft tissue such as muscle and fascia. Fascia is strong connective tissue, similar to a spiderman suit, that wraps the entire body, including muscles and organs from head to toe. Individuals can injure their myofascial system through accidents, trauma, surgery, sports injuries, even with poor posture and body mechanics. The injury site builds fibers or scar tissue, which decreases the elasticity of the fascia system. When fascia gets restricted, it can compress underneath tissue such as muscle, nerves, arteries, ligaments and or tendons etc. The result is myofascial pain syndrome. Myofascial Release Techinque addresses one aspect of the current problem to relieve myofasical pain, but in order to get fast and total recovery, the therapist has to release excessive scar tissue, release trigger points (nodes), decrease muscle tightness (hypertonicty).
Causes of Myofascial Pain Syndrome:
These are some of the symptoms of myofascial pain syndrome
- Muscle strain
- Sports Injuries
- Poor Posture
- Poor body mechanics
Myofascial Pain Syndrome Treatment:
Our doctors use ASTR to relieve myofascial pain syndrome
- ASTR Tools: Our doctors use a variety of ASTR tools to release myofascial restriction, which is very common with myofascial pain syndrome.
- Releasing muscle trigger points and hypertonicity: it is very common with myofasical pain syndrome that the muscle starts to spasm or tighten as a protective mechanism. Using the ASTR maneuvers, patients can experience relief from muscle hypertonicity.
- Special instructions on how to speed up the recovery time for myofascial pain syndrome.
- Special exercise program to strengthen the weak muscles and stretch the tight muscles related to myofascial pain syndrome.
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