Myofascial Pain Syndrome in Dallas, TX

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About Myofascial Pain Syndrome

Myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) is a disorder that causes constant pain in trigger points of the muscles and other areas of the body. This is caused by muscle strain that occurred from an injury or overuse. The most common signs and symptoms of myofascial pain syndrome are constant muscle aches or the feeling of a knot in the target area. Countless men and women are affected by muscle pain, but MPS is chronic and can become more severe over time. This kind of long-term pain can affect your ability to perform simple tasks, getting a good night's sleep, and your overall well-being. At Tricity Pain Associates in Carrollton, Prosper, and McKinney, TX, we offer a variety of therapies that can help improve your condition. Our seasoned team of medical professionals has been serving the Greater Dallas area for years and is committed to helping you discover the right solution so you can get back to doing the things you love.

Myofascial Treatment

The first step in treating myofascial pain syndrome is to set up a private consultation at Tricity Pain Associates in Dallas, TX. During your private consultation, we will perform a thorough exam and review all of your symptoms to determine the best treatment options for you. Thanks to modern medicine, there are several safe and effective options available for improving the discomfort that is caused by myofascial pain syndrome. Typically, our first recommendation involves the use of conservative treatments, such as physical therapy and routine stretching, to relieve pressure from the muscles' trigger points. However, when these treatments don't provide the relief you need, we may suggest steroids or a dry needle technique to diminish your pain.

Reach out to our practice in Carrollton, Prosper, McKinney, or Irving, TX to schedule an appointment with one of our skilled and caring physicians to learn more.

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