Myofascial Pain Syndrome After an Auto Accident
Have you been in an auto accident and are now suffering from muscle pain? Possibly including a constant muscle pain in your neck or back, difficulty sleeping, stiffness, or muscle spasms? If so, you may be experiencing Myofascial pain syndrome. The chronic muscular pain disorder occurs when too much pressure on sensitive muscle points create a great deal of pain. We know how stressful it can be when you are involved in an auto accident and the burden it can be; mentally and physically. It is important that you seek chiropractic care after an accident. Utah Accident Clinic’s chiropractors will promise to do our best to relieve some of that stress with the treatments to the targeted areas of pain.
Quick facts on Myofascial Pain Syndrome
- Medical staff diagnose the chronic muscular pain disorder by patient complaints of muscle pain/spasms and tenderness in certain areas
- Fatigue is a common symptom
- The pain syndrome is known to affect muscles in asymmetric areas of the body
Chiropractic Care for Myofascial Pain Syndrome
If you are feeling any symptoms of Myofascial Pain syndrome, it’s important to seek out medical attention. Our chiropractors treat myofascial pain syndrome, such as myofascial trigger points or adhesions, with manual myofascial therapy. This therapy typically includes the use of direct pressure upon the trigger point, or the use of active anchor-and-stretch myofascial release techniques. Our professionals will assess areas of pain and ensure you understand all aspects of your treatment and recovery time. It is our goal to work with you one on one to create a specialized treatment plan to get you back on your feet and feeling stronger.
Benefits of Working with a Chiropractor
When it comes down to getting your strength back after an auto accident, it is important that you seek out the best treatment. Our staff here at Utah Accident Clinic, have made it our mission to give our patients the very best treatment. We have seen hundreds of patients with Myofascial Pain Syndrome after experiencing an auto accident. So we understand how important it is to focus on the areas of pain each patient is experiencing.
We create a specialized treatment plan for each patient because we know each case is different. Chiropractic care for chronic muscular pain disorder has been proven to be most effective when sought out as soon as a patient begins to feel any pain. Lastly, we will always put your health first so that you can get back to feeling like yourself again!