The following Conditions are related to Muscle spasm

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  • Arachnoiditis

    Your symptoms depend on which nerves or areas of the spinal cord are damaged by inflammation. Arachnoiditis often causes intense pain in the injured area, which can include the lower back, legs, buttocks, or feet. The pain may feel like an electric shock or a burning sensation. It can spread across your back and down your legs. The pain may get worse when you move. Other common symptoms of arachnoiditis include:  Read More

  • Lower back pain

    Lower back pain cases are increasing with time due to a decrease in healthy mobility resulting from improved ease of life.Treatment for lower back pain:Pharmacological therapy: It includes treating a disease with drugs. Low back pain of acute, subacute, or chronic types can be treated with pain relievers, muscle relaxants, opioids, benzodiazepines, tricyclic antidepressants, herbal therapy, thiocolchico  Read More

  • Moersch-woltmann syndrome

    The characteristic findings associated with SPS are progressive, fluctuating muscular rigidity that occurs along with muscle spasms. The severity and progression of SPS can vary from one person to another. The symptoms usually develop over a period of months and may remain stable for many years or slowly worsen. In some people, symptoms can be stabilized through medication. Affected individuals should talk to their physician and medical team a  Read More

  • Myofascial pain syndrome

    Myofascial pain syndrome facts Muscle pain, tenderness, and spasm are characteristics of myofascial pain syndrome. Myofascial pain syndrome typically affects muscle in asymmetric areas of the body. The precise cause of myofascial pain syndrome is not known. Myofascial pain syndrome leads to localized pain in the muscle tissue. Poor sleep, fatigue, and stiffness are common in myofascial pai  Read More

  • Neck pain

    Signs and symptoms include: Pain that's often worsened by holding your head in one place for long periods, such as when driving or working at a computer Muscle tightness and spasms Decreased ability to move your head Headache When to see a doctor Most neck pain improves gradually with home treatment. If not, see your doctor. Seek immediate care if severe neck pain r  Read More