Alongside prescribed medication such as analgesics or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and muscle relaxants, physical therapists usually advise a treatment plan to help relieve myofascial pain including stretching, posture training, massages, localized heat, physical therapy, electrical nerve stimulation, relaxation techniques, and Neuro-frequency Therapy (electromagnetic field therapy) since this type of treatment uses waves to increase blood circulation and warmth, and promotes healing in affected muscles. It is also recommended to apply necessary dietary changes, improve general health, and get enough sleep.