Muscular pain is caused by a mechanism that is stimulated by nociceptors located in muscle fibers resulting in pain. Myofascial pain is localized trigger point pain or a knot in the muscle. The trigger point is defined by a restriction or knot accumulation at one of the myofascial structures that can be found underneath your skin. Furthermore, when pain is caused by myofascial tightness this usually will not only cause muscle tightness and trigger points but also fascial (bunched up) or muscular hypertonicity and restrictions.
Myofascial pain syndrome is a common condition that can lead to pain and disability. We offer non-surgical options for effectively and safely managing your myofascial pain syndrome. We will show you how to become pain free, fix the cause and eliminate your symptoms.
The physical therapists at our facility near Paramus provide a very specific and comprehensive approach to determine the cause of your pain, treat it as such.
Muscle pain and trigger points are universal. We all experience them to some degree, but those who don’t exercise regularly or sit for prolonged periods at work will feel the effects more than most people do because they are prone towards these types of problems in their muscles from lack of motion, A patient can also experience this type of discomfort along with:
Muscle pain can be a very debilitating condition. Oftentimes there is no known cause of the pain and most sufferers have to live with the symptoms for an extended period of time, making life very difficult. There are many different causes of myofascial muscle pain trigger points. It can be due to a functional or structural disorder; for example muscle spasms, vertebral misalignment, muscular weakness, core instability, arthritis and many other issues that the doctors / therapists at paramus PT & Rehab will prove to you during the initial examination. Other causes include but are not limited to:
The release of fascia is an important measure that many treatments do not address. However, at Paramus PT Rehab we will be able to help you with this by giving deep tissue work after fascialrealse treatment in order alleviate your myofascial pain syndrome physical therapy symptoms.
Physical Therapy Paramus provides comprehensive treatment for various types of muscle pain or discomfort by performing careful evaluation and measurements, which will help identify the cause, pathophysiology and the severity of pain.
Physical Therapy Paramus is a dynamic, professional and patient-oriented center that offers comprehensive treatment solutions for different Nueromusculoskeletal conditions. We offer pain relief treatments, rehabilitation services and physical therapy to help sufferers reach optimal physical health. Our goal is to restore movement to patients in as little time as possible, while also making them feel better.