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Myofascial pain syndromes

Myofascial pain syndrome (MFPS) is a condition characterized by pain in the muscles and connective tissue. It is the most common cause of somatic chronic pain. Trigger points are considered to be the cause of MFBS - foci of local hypertonicity. Symptoms of myofascial pain syndrome may include: ​

  • pain points in the muscles

  • limited mobility

  • pain that worsens with movement

  • muscle fatigue

  • headache

  • pain in the lower back.

Treatment for myofascial pain syndrome includes stretching, physical therapy, drug therapy, and/or injections at pain points. In addition, lifestyle changes, including increased physical activity and nutrition, may be helpful.

Trigger point inactivation techniques include compression, post-isometric relaxation techniques, and active and passive release. These methods, conditions and protocols for their use are discussed at three seminars on trigger therapy in patients with MFPS.


1st seminar: headache and neck pain.

2nd seminar: pain in the upper back, shoulder girdle and upper limb.

3rd seminar: lumbar pain and pain in the lower extremity.

Each workshop thoroughly discusses the sources of myofascial pain, muscle structures, and the most common trigger points (TPs). Students master the methods of TT deactivation, study a clear protocol for maintaining and monitoring a patient in accordance with current scientific and medical data.


The duration of each workshop is 3 days.

Participants are provided with teaching aids and video materials.

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