Myofascial pain is usually muscle pain, tenderness, or spasms, and myofascial trigger point injection treatment focuses on the areas of pain and involves injecting medication directly into the trigger point. The area is usually tender and painful when pressed, and the treatment can relieve this pain. Performed in a health professional’s office, the area is cleaned, and a numbing agent is applied before the injection. Sometimes the needle is given with no medication, also called “dry needling,” and other times, an anesthetic or mixture of solutions, such as homeopathics or vitamins is administered. Once the treatment is done, the trigger point should be quelled and the patient feels relief.