Most people assume earaches and ear pain happen only to children, but they can also happen to adults. An earache may affect one or both ears, but the majority of the time it’s in one ear. Ear pain may be dull, sharp, or burning, and it may feel constant or come and go.
Pain in the ear can have multiple causes. Often it can be misdiagnosed as an infection or some other serious neurological disorder. However many times the ear pain can be due to trigger points referred pain from muscles in the jaw, head and upper back.
Painalog’s 3D analytics helps identify the 6 muscles as trigger points that could cause this pain and shows the video on how to locate them. It also shows us how to do self-massage and how to stretch them. If you are experiencing this kind of body pain you can see the solutions below: