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Myofascial Pain

Myofascial pain is an increasingly common diagnosis as research into the fascial system has surged over the last 10-15 years. Myofascial pain originates from the connective tissue that surrounds muscles, which we often see as the film covering an uncooked chicken breast. Pain can develop  due to overuse syndromes, poor posture, old injuries/surgeries, environmental/dietary related inflammation or hypersensitivity of the nerves to that tissue (fibromyalgia). Therapists at Precision have received training by experts from across the world (Michigan State School of Osteopathic Medicine, Steccos, Barral Institute, Mechanical Link/Paul Chauffer, Institute of Physical Arts, Ida Rolf/Rolfing, Anatomy Trains/Thomas Myers) and have the training to evaluate and treat your condition.

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