This guide lists pain related to myofascial syndrome in each part of the body.
This first page allows you to choose a part of the body corresponding to your search.
Your search results will not be complete. a standard subscription or a doctor’s subscription is required to view all the results.
Select the region you are interested in
This guide is based on the article on myofascial syndrome described by Janet G. Travell and David G. Simons. Even if the pathophysiology of this syndrome has been questioned for many years, the clinical description of referred pain remains valid in daily practice.
The myofascial syndrome is similar to the notion of trigger point developed by other authors, the resulting painful topographies are the same.