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Acupressure Points For Hand Pain
In some cases: In some cases this can be helpful . In my experience these trigger points are often the result of dysfunction of the deeper tissues in the joints and ligaments and i get better results if i address these problems rather than deal with the problems at the surface such as trigger points. Often the trigger points will go away if the deeper structures are treated properly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Treated a long standing pain and numbness at right scapula with chiropractic, massage therapy and acupuncture. Pain moved to the front of shoulder?
See below: A myofascial trigger point is thought to be an area of irritable muscle. Pressure on this area will often cause local pain as well as a referral of pain to other sites. The exact nature and cause of these trigger points is unknown but they do exist. Trigger point release is a manual therapy technique to desensitize this spot. It usually consists of deep pressure as well as stretch of the muscle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Acupuncture : May help with pain or stress (if you Believe in it enough). But the disease itself could be serious ( ? Nerve compression ? Heart pain? Gallbladder? Rumor?). Make sure it's nothing serious before you trust in acupuncture. If no serious pathology, could then attempt acupuncture. Feel better ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Possibly: I'd recommend you consult with an experienced physical therapist who has worked with acupuncturists. Sometimes response to acupuncture depends as much on the patient as it does the therapy itself, and a lot depends also on the cause of the pain. Be wary of any practitioner who tells you that they can treat anything and every-thing through their trade. Talk to others who have tried it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Right shoulder blade pain radiating to arm and fingers. The pain is deep and causing a migraine. I'm nauseated and fatigued. Mass.And heat ineffective?
Symptoms : Seem deeper than musculoskeletal origin. You could have an abnormality in your chest or lungs, so it is best to see a doctor to make sure. All the local treatment will not help if there is something wrong with your internal organs. ...Read more
Excruciating pain in shoulder blade and back of arm and tingling in fingers, help can't find much relief even taking an anti-inflammatory , muscle rela (carisoprodol)?
Nerve: Several considerations, such as nerve problem in neck shoulder region, or even distally in arm. See your doctor to find out if this might be cervical radiculopathy, thoracic outlet syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, or notalgia paresthetica. If this left sided, check for cardiac issues. ...Read more
Heart IS fine. But chest pain (sharp), jaw pain (dull), headaches and very specific pain in left shoulder tip, elbow and pinky and ring finger. Why?!
Cervical spine?: The distribution of pain in the shoulder, elbow, and 4th and 5th fingers follows a dermatome: the distribution of a nerve root that originates in your neck. A herniated cervical disk (in your age group, usually due to trauma) is the most likely cause but there are rare causes too. Was your MRI of your neck? ...Read more
Severe R elbow pain. Pain in R wrist. Pain is constant. Can no longer lift with arm. Pain scale steady 7. 10 when try to lift?
What treatments would you recommend for myofascial pain syndrome? What pain medication is appropriate? Can I strengthen muscles with trigger points?
MFP stands for: myofascial pain syndrome, can range from a relatively simple case involving a single muscle to the more complex case involving multiple muscles. Management: 1.Patient education and self-care. 2.Physical medicine. 3.Injection techniques 4.Pharmacotherapy (Aleve, Flexeril, (cyclobenzaprine hcl) Amitriptyline, SSRIs, SNRIs, anxiolytics,etc). 5.Behavioral modification. ...Read more
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