7364 Stonerock Circle, Suite A ● Orlando, FL 32819
Conveniently located across from Dr. Phillips Hospital

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Myofascial Pain Syndrome (MPS)

Myofascial Pain Syndrome is a chronic muscle pain and inflammation condition that affects the body’s soft tissues.

How & Why Does MPS Develop?
Myofascial Pain Syndrome often develops from injury or strain on a specific muscle or muscle group, tendon, or ligament. In addition, repetitive motion, lack of motion, and injury to muscle fibers can also be causes of Myofascial Pain Syndrome. At times, a person may experience pain in an area that isn’t the generator of the pain. When injured, fascia may tighten and contract putting painful pressure on nerves, muscles, bones, or organs.

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Some additional causes of Myofascial Pain Syndrome include:
• Heavy lifting
• Hrniated discs
• Overworked muscles
• Fibromyalgia
• Hormonal changes (PMS or menopause)
• Nutritional deficiencies
• Heart attack
• Stomach irritation
• Gall bladder issues
• Previous surgeries

Symptoms:
• Low back pain
• Fatigue
• Pelvic pain
• Headaches
• Arm and leg pain
• Anxiety
• Mood swings
• Jaw pain
• Depression

Diagnosis
Accurate diagnosis of the source of pain is important to successfully treat migraines. Orlando Pain & Spine Center can provide you with a diagnosis, which begins with:

• Thorough clinical evaluation
• Complete medical history, analysis of your symptoms, and physical examination
• Additional testing, such as MRIs, X-rays, CT scans, or EMG