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Myofascial pain


Myofascial pain This myofascial pain post is the sixth in a series of posts about orofacial pain with difficult to diagnosis or unusual origin. Cracked tooth syndrome Trigeminal neuralgia Atypical odontalgia Neuralgia-inducing cavitational osteonecrosis or NICO Referred pain Myofascial pain AGD article with my highlighted notes Burning Mouth Syndrome Oral dysesthesia First bite syndrome Barodontalgia […]

Jay Shah and MTrPs


MYOFASCIAL PAIN: INTEGRATING OBJECTIVE PHYSICAL FINDINGS WITH TREATMENT STRATEGIES Jay P. Shah, MD 8:00 AM–4:00 PM (Break: 10:30–10:45 AM, Lunch: 12:00–1:30 PM, Break: 2:45–3:00 PM) Chronic pain states are characterized by profound changes in neuronal excitability and architecture in the pain matrix. This workshop integrates emerging knowledge the pain sciences in a clinically accessible way. […]