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- Treatment of myofascial pain syndrome
- Myofascial Trigger Points Then and Now: A Historical and Scientific Perspective
- [PDF] Travell Simons Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual (2-Volume Set)
Myofascial pain syndrome MPS is caused by myofascial trigger points MTrPs located within taut bands of skeletal muscle fibers. Treating the underlying etiologic lesion responsible for MTrP activation is the most important strategy in MPS therapy. If the underlying pathology is not given the appropriate treatment, the MTrP cannot be completely and permanently inactivated.
Treatment of myofascial pain syndrome
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Myofascial Trigger Points Then and Now: A Historical and Scientific Perspective
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The intent of this paper is to discuss the evolving role of the myofascial trigger point MTrP in myofascial pain syndrome MPS from both a historical and scientific perspective. MTrPs are hard, discrete, palpable nodules in a taut band of skeletal muscle that may be spontaneously painful i. MPS is a term used to describe a pain condition which can be acute or, more commonly, chronic and involves the muscle and its surrounding connective tissue e. Although the clinical study of muscle pain and MTrPs has proliferated over the past two centuries, the scientific literature often seems disjointed and confusing. Unfortunately, much of the terminology, theories, concepts, and diagnostic criteria are inconsistent, incomplete, or controversial. In order to address these deficiencies, investigators have recently applied clinical, imaging of skeletal muscle and brain , and biochemical analyses to systematically and objectively study the MTrP and its role in MPS. Data suggest that the soft tissue milieu around the MTrP, neurogenic inflammation, sensitization, and limbic system dysfunction may all play a role in the initiation, amplification, and perpetuation of MPS.
Pictorial index. The muscles that are likely to refer pain to an illustrated region of the body are listed in the Pain-and-muscle Guide to the corresponding Part of the Manual. A Guide is found at the beginning of each Part, which is marked by red thumb tabs. Upper Half of Body Second Edition. Upper Half of Body.
[PDF] Travell Simons Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual (2-Volume Set)
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