Healing from Chronic Myofascial Pain—Support for Chronic Pain Sufferers

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Swimming


BOTTOM LINE: Sometimes slightly flares up my symptoms; good for general health.


After my pain had come down (initially as a result of trigger point injections, but then more so after John F. Barnes myofascial release treatments) and I could do some moderate exercise for limited periods of time, I tried swimming. Lifting my head to breathe aggravated my neck pain so I started using a snorkel. Now I can swim for about twenty minutes as long as I don't use my arms too much. Using a kickboard (to rest my head on and minimize arm movement and neck muscle engagement) helps me avoid overworking my neck.

Treatments: Exercise

Described below is one of the many approaches I've tried or considered trying for healing my chronic myofascial pain:

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