Myofascial pain syndrome treatment

Myofascial pain syndrome is the neurologic disease characterized by muscle activity disorder accompanied by the heavy pain. This decease can occur in back, neck, chest, head, extremities, lumbus,and shoulders. The cause of pain feelings is the little knots located in the muscle and known as trigger point. It produces constant impulses causing frequent muscle contractions and straining neighborhood muscles.

Symptoms and causes

MPS is characterized by acute pain feelings in the muscle which cause reduced movement and unhealthy posture. Also, symptoms of MPS include the loss of sleep, increased pain, muscle tightening, and headache.  

If myofascial pain syndrome left untreated, such serious complications as fibromyalgia can occur as a result.  This disease is characterized by chronic pains in muscles and joints, as well as endocrine and emotional disorders in the body.


Causes of muscle dysfunction and spasms can be the following:

·        Trigger points which appear after a strong physical strain on untrained muscles;

·        Emotional stress;

·        Hypothermia;

·        Ankylosis, gonarthrosis, osteochondrosis, bursitis, arthritis, arthragra and other joint deceases;

·        Any muscle injury.

MPS can be occurred unexpectedly and the course of this disease can be passive. MPS treatment includes as follows: medications, manual therapy, physiotherapy, and acupuncture at trigger points.

In the Institute of Clinical Rehabilitation you will receive qualified treatment with a proven and effective method of phased fibrotomia (PF). This technique developed by world-known Doctor Medicine V.B. Ulzibat, will become a safe, painless and proven solution in control of musculoskeletal system diseases.