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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Upper back pain

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible for these pains, a link can be selected for more details on a particular muscle: Scalene muscles Levator scapula muscle Supraspinatus muscle Trapezius muscle Multifidus muscles Splenius

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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Pelvic pain

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible for these pains, a link can be selected for more details on a particular muscle: Pelvic floor muscles Hip adductors

Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Lower abdominal pain

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible for these pains, a link can be selected for more details on a particular muscle: Abdominal muscles Iliocostal muscle of the thorax Square muscle of the loins

Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Buttock pain

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible for this pain, a line can be selected for more detail on a particular muscle: Longissimus muscle of the thorax Iliocostal muscle of the lower back Multifidus

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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Posterior-median chest pain

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible for these pains, a link can be selected for more details on a particular muscle: Scalene muscles Latissimus dorsi muscle Levator scapula muscle Iliocostal thoracic muscle Multifidus

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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Latissimus dorsi muscle myofascial syndrome ABONNE

Anatomical reminder This very extensive muscle is inserted, in its medial part, on the spines of the last 6 thoracic vertebrae, the 5 lumbar vertebrae, on the sacrum, on the iliac crest and on the

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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Sternal muscle myofascial syndrome MEDECIN ABONNE

Anatomy of the sternal muscle The sternal muscle is an inconstant muscle whose fibers run parallel on either side of the sternum. They are located above the insertion of the pectoral muscle on the sternum

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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Myofascial syndrome of the abdominal muscles MEDECIN ABONNE

Pain related to the abdominal musculature often poses diagnostic problems. Indeed, the relationships with the underlying viscera are close. Thus, myofascial syndromes of the abdominal muscles can be responsible for digestive or genitourinary disorders such

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Post operative chronic pain