Facial trigger points
15 May How to find and massage Perfect Spot #7, a common trigger point in the masseter muscle of the jaw.
The role of extraocular and facial muscle trigger points in cephalalgia.
The role of extraocular and facial muscle trigger points in cephalalgia. - PubMed - NCBI
17 Apr Trigger points or muscle “knots” are sensitive spots in soft tissue, and .. Chronic jaw pain, toothaches, earaches, sinusitis, ringing in the ears.
Myofascial trigger point
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Description:Severe MPS is often mistaken for fibromyalgia and other causes of pain hypersensitivity. It is easy for an unsuspecting health professional to mistake trigger point pain for practically anything but a trigger point. These pain patterns in muscles follow specific nerve pathways and have been readily mapped to allow for identification of the causative pain factor. If trigger points are pressed too short a time, they may activate or remain active; if pressed too long or hard, they may be irritated or the muscle may be bruised, resulting in pain in the area treated. The findings suggest that MRE can quantitate asymmetries in muscle tone that could previously only be identified subjectively by examination. Pain from the active trigger point is felt inside the mouth, the tongue, the hard palate and the throat area as well as over the jaw joint and the lower jaw.