Trigger point injection with steroids and pulsed radiofrequency treatment of trigger points may effectively relieve pain associated with abdominal myofascial pain syndrome.
Identification of Myofascial Trigger Points in Upper Quarter Muscles May Reliably Diagnose Myofascial Pain SyndromeJanuary 26, 2018
The presence of active myofascial trigger points in 10 upper quarter muscles may represent a reliable criteria for the diagnosis of myofascial pain syndrome.
Health care practitioner groups differ regarding the signs and symptoms that define myofascial pain syndrome, and there is poor agreement among chiropractors, physicians, and massage therapists.
Dr Daitz then presented several cases of patients he successfully treated by TPI.
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