Breast Pain

Breast Pain Relief

About Breast Pain

Breast pain is the feeling of pain in or around the breast.  Breast pain may be felt in one breast or both.  Medical names for breast pain are mastalgia, or mastodynia.

Breast pain and other discomfort symptoms are common complaints among women and makes women worried about a possible risk of breast cancer.

Breast pain could range from minor discomfort to severe, and from chronic tenderness to sharp burning pain.  Breast pain may be persistent, may occur occasionally or the pain could come and go like mystery.

Breast pain is not the only symptoms you may experience, there are many other symptoms may occur with the breast such as breast swelling, warmth, burning, numb, tingling, colored discharges, milk blockage during breast feeding, breast lumps, breast fibrosis, or feeling of pressure in breast.

Breast pain and other symptoms could happen to women of all ages.  Breast tenderness may occur during puberty, menstrual, pregnancy, breast-feeding or menopause, for many of women may think it is a normal reaction to having breast tenderness but that is not always the case.  The characters of the breast tenderness could be assessed and the symptoms could be helped.

Causes of Breast Pain

Causes of breast pain could be from many contributing factors, such as injury to breast, injury to chest, surgery, trauma, medications, breast cancer, or shingles.

There are no muscles in the breasts, but there are muscles under the breasts and between the ribs.  Sometimes the problems within these normal structures under and around the breasts could cause breast pain and other unpleasant symptoms.

Poor posture, aging process, emotional trauma, anxiety, stress, diet, and life style could contribute increasing stress on these muscles and other soft tissues that may cause breast pain.

Breast Pain Relief

Chronic breast pain and associated symptoms could be relieved through massage therapy incorporating other forms of natural therapy include:

  • Breast pain
  • Breast tenderness
  • Breast swelling
  • Breast pressure
  • Breast pain at night
  • Breast numb
  • Breast tingling
  • Breast lump
  • Breast fibrosis
  • Breast skin itching
  • Breast skin scaling
  • Breast skin dry
  • Breast skin red
  • Breast warm
  • Breast pain to touch
  • Breast milk blockage
  • Colored discharges
  • Chest pain / chest tight
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Muscle pain / aches
  • Seat bell injury
  • Shortness of breath
  • Tenderness during period

Breast Pain Treatment

PlaceToHeal is experienced in treating chronic breast pain and other related symptoms listed in section “Breast Pain Relief”.  Treatment for breast pain is gentle, natural and safe.

Breast pain treatment is provided by experienced R.M.T with hands-on manual therapy to help facilitate your body’s own natural healing ability in relieving breast pain and other symptoms.

Breast pain treatment uses personalized treatment plans and process to discover the underlying causes of breast pain and other symptoms.

Breast pain treatment with manual therapy includes Lymph Therapy, Massage Therapy, Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, and Craniosacral therapy.  Incorporating these therapies into the treatment enhances the effectiveness in relieving breast pain and other symptoms.

Pain

Characters of Pain

Unpleasant Sensations

If you are experiencing one or more type of the pain listed below, and are seeking natural therapy for relief, you can contact PlaceToHeal.

  • Piercing pain
  • Stabbing pain
  • Firing pain
  • Throbbing pain
  • Ulcer pain

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If you are experiencing one or more characters of pain listed below, and are seeking natural therapy for relief, you can contact PlaceToHeal.

  • Pain comes & goes
  • Pain persistent
  • Pain at rest
  • Pain in local area
  • Pain shooting down

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If you are experiencing one or more of these unpleasant sensations, and are seeking natural therapy for relief, you can contact PlaceToHeal.

  • Numbness
  • Tingling
  • Pins & needles
  • Weakness
  • Stiffness

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