Find out more about Myofascial Pain Syndrome
- What is Myofascial Pain Syndrome?
- What causes Myofascial Pain Syndrome?
- Symptoms of Myofascial Pain Syndrome
- Treatment for Myofascial Pain Syndrome
- Is there a cure for Myofascial Pain Syndrome?
Myofascial Pain Syndrome
Myofascial Pain Syndrome (MPS), is a chronic pain condition affecting either a single muscle or group of muscles and is caused by injury or damage to the fascia, the layers of connective tissue that surround and protect our muscles.
The condition is characterised by the presence of trigger points which can often be felt or even seen beneath the skin. These trigger points are tender to touch and cause pain. Pain can often be felt in other parts of the body, which is called ‘referred pain’. The level of pain can vary considerably from modest discomfort to totally unbearable.
We help many people suffering from Myofascial Pain Syndrome as the result of an injury or accident to find the best possible treatment for their condition and to achieve the financial security that they need and deserve. Speaking to a member of our team can be the first step towards a greater understanding of your condition, its treatment and your options for the future. Call us for a confidential, no obligation discussion about your claim.