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Myofascial Release

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    • Tension Headache

    • Whiplash

    • Lower-Back Pain

    • Tennis Elbow

    • Golf Elbow

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Myofascial Release

Chronic Myofascial pain is different from the occasional muscle soreness created by an extra challenging workouts or a weekend of painting. Myofascial pain is ongoing, with pain being sent from sensitive areas known as trigger points in certain muscles or connective tissues to other — seemingly unrelated — areas of your body.

Dr. Robert Bennett reports in “Myofascial Pain Syndromes and their Evaluation” for Best Practices Clinical Research Rheumatology that while symptoms have been described in medical literature for the past century, it’s only recently that objective abnormalities have been revealed by scientific studies.

What Causes Symptoms

Myofascial pain affects men and women equally, and the same treatment works equally well for both genders. If you feel a muscle knot or deep ache that gets steadily worse, regular myofascial massage therapy might provide relief.

Additional Benefits

Myofascial pain can increase your chances of experiencing anxiety, depression and insomnia. Myofascial massage is an effective way of addressing those issues before they increase your level of pain.

Simply taking time to relax with a massage makes a powerful statement about the importance of your wellness. What’s more, the relaxing effects of massage are cumulative — which means that regular massage therapy helps you build and maintain your health. By targeting not only the contracted muscle or fascia that triggers pain in other areas of your body, but also addressing the stress that may have caused such muscle tightness in the first place, you and your myofascial massage therapist are creating a powerful set of weapons to battle myofascial pain syndrome.