Tension Myositis Syndrome Conditions
We’ve found that, generally, conditions associated with Tension Myositis Syndrome fall into two categories: Primary and Secondary.
Primary Conditions present in the skeletal structure, muscles, nerves and/or other soft tissue and are typically diagnosed by medical professionals as:
- Back Pain - including herniated discs, slipped discs, degenerative discs, degenerative disc disease, stenosis and pinched nerves (click here for more info.)
- Neck Pain
- Shoulder Pain/Rotator Cuff/
Frozen Shoulder (click for more info.)
- Knee Pain
- Hip Pain
- Foot Pain, including Plantar Fasciitis
- TMJ (jaw pain)
- Dry Eye/Eye Pain
- Pelvic Floor Pain
- Frequent Urination
- Tendonitis (“tennis elbow” being one of the most frequently diagnosed)
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Chronic Headaches
- Joint Pain
- Rheumatoid Arthritis (click for more info.)
- Ankylosing Spondylitis (click for more info.)
- Fibromyalgia (click for more info.)
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Secondary Conditions present as:
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Gastrointestinal Issues/irritable bowel syndrome, spastic colon, etc. (click for more info.)
- Tinnitus/ringing in the ears (click for more info.)
- Skin Conditions (Eczema, rashes)
- Lyme Disease (click for more info.)
- Chronic Environmental or Food Allergies (click for more info.)
- Chronic Insomnia
- Chronic Anxiety (often a “side effect” from chronic pain)
You have likely been diagnosed with one or more of these conditions simultaneously or consecutively.
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