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Myofascial pain syndrome. Primary care strategies for early

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Diagnosis of myofascial pain syndrome may become less challenging as

clinical criteria become better defined. The mechanisms are

not well known, and the syndrome occurs in a wide variety of

settings. Trigger points with referred pain are the most

common feature. Treatment consists of physical modalities

(spray-and-stretch techniques and trigger point block)

combined with a program of graded muscle stretching and

strengthening. Early, aggressive treatment yields an improved

prognosis.

McClaflin RR

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