Myofascial Pain

Localized or referred myofascial pain due to inflammation of the connective tissue covering the muscles in the body. Sensitive spots known as trigger points may develop (called referred pain) in different parts of the body.


Symptoms may include:

  • mood or sleep disturbance

  • pain in localized areas of the muscle

  • pain that worsens when muscle is stretched or strained

  • painful muscle knots

  • weakened, stiff, reduced range of motion in muscles


Myofascial Pain can be caused by:

  • poor posture

  • lack of exercise or movement

  • sitting for a long time in awkward positions

  • lack of sleep

  • hormonal changes

  • obesity

  • smoking

  • generalized fatigue

  • injury 

  • nutritional deficiencies

Contact us immediately if you are experiencing Myofascial Pain so that we can help you identify the source of your pain, discuss treatment options and provide you with a comprehensive treatment plan to help you recover. We accept most insurances which can be viewed here.