It is suggested that each new patient be diagnosed by a physician before being treated at our clinic. It’s very important to rule out complications or contraindications to receiving myofascial trigger point therapy that would need to be treated differently. To find information for your physician, please see the For Doctors page. Once your physician has determined trigger point therapy will help you, they can refer you and, when appropriate, prescribe a course of treatments (usually 4-8 sessions), with a return visit afterward to determine progress. Your therapist will provide you and your physician with a detailed report as to your condition, progress made during therapy and self-care training involved.
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Top Blog Posts
- Article: “Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy” (Massage Magazine; July 15, 2019)
- What is the science behind Trigger Point deep muscle massage? Does it work? How many sessions does it take before you feel relief?
- What kind of doctor should I see if I have myofascial pain syndrome?
- Why Does Touch Feel Good?
- What is the best thing to do if you burn your hand?
- What does where the pain lies tell you about the nature of a headache?
- What do you do to stay productive all day?
- How do sports medicine physicians (MD or DO) and physiotherapists view chiropractic?
- Why am I getting headaches when I make long phone calls?
- How can I reduce knots in my shoulders (trapezius muscles)?
- How long does the pain last once you start walking again after foot surgery?