Myofascial syndrome

What is Myofascial syndrome?

Irritation of the muscles and fascia of the back and neck causing acute and chronic pain not associated with any neurologic or bony evidence of disease; presumed to arise primarily from poorly understood changes in the muscle and fascia themselves.

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I'm writing to you on behalf of my female friend. She's suffering from pain coming from her hip and back. It all started two weeks ago...

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It seems that due to excessive stress and exertion to which the back muscles were not used to, your friend...

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i have an ache which doesn't go away at the lower back of my ribs and is very painful, i have tried a tens machine and a heat massager. it comes...

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You can get muscle relaxants prescribed.

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It seems that you have a myofascial pain syndrome...

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i had not played much since 4 years and my physical activities were limited , I played 4 hrs of continuous cricket a month back, due to which i...

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It seems that due to excessive stress and exertion to which your back muscles were not used to, you have...

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