Nearly everyone has experienced muscle tension pain from trigger points

Trigger point therapy has been helping our patients with pain for years

When do our patients seek trigger point treatment

Deep, aching pain in a muscle
Pain that persists or worsens
A tender knot in a muscle
Difficulty sleeping due to pain

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What Conditions do you have that caused trigger points
Trigger point therapy works great for muscle and skeletal conditions
  • Injury to muscle fibers
  • Repetitive motions
  • Lack of activity

Stop trigger point pain with our tried and true method

We are here to show you how to get back to activity pain-free of trigger points
Find the missing piece to your treatment
Trigger points can be missed when looking at nerve pain down your legs and arms. They can also play a big part in pain associated with other muscle and skeletal conditions.
Trigger point therapy in combination with movement can get you feeling better even faster
Movement is key for proper healing to take place and adding trigger point therapy with it will have you living your life again in no time.
Manual therapy can give you more time out of pain
Spend more days focused on doing what you love instead of being in pain
Frequently asked questions with trigger point therapy

Q: Can I do anything at home to treat trigger points?

A: Foam rollers, massage balls, and new massage guns like the Theragun can help with home treatment of trigger points

Q: Is Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy painful?

A: We base our depth of treatment on your pain tolerance. Trigger points can be sensitive during the treatment when pressure is applied to them. Patients usually describe it as a hurt to feel good, but not a no pain no gain. Most patients will notice that after a few treatments, the same amount of pressure will not hurt as much, this indicates that the treatment is working.

Q: What is a knot?

A: Look at muscles as a bunch of lego blocks put together to make an object like a car. You see the car, but if you look closely you will notice that the car was made of smaller pieces. Let us take a muscle like your bicep it is made of tiny smaller connected pieces. The muscles have multiple tiny pieces that latch together like velcro. When you have a knot it is when a few of the blocks of velcro have held in a flexed posistion.

What are trigger points

Myofascial pain syndrome is a chronic pain disorder. In this condition, pressure on sensitive points in your muscles (trigger points) causes pain in the muscle and sometimes in seemingly unrelated parts of your body. This is called referred pain which is one of many extremity nerve pain causes. This syndrome typically occurs after a muscle has been contracted repetitively. This can be caused by repetitive motions used in jobs or hobbies or by stress-related muscle tension.


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Keep your focus on movement instead of pain.

It is extremely tough to see a patient frustratingly held back from an injury that could have been addressed in our office.

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