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Myotherapy

Encompassing treatments such as remedial massage, dry needling, cupping and manual trigger-point therapy, Myotherapy offers a holistic, hands-on approach to treating your body.

What is Myotherapy?

Myotherapy is a type of hands-on therapy that can assist in the treatment of all different types of aches and pains. Similar to other types of treatment, Myotherapists have a range of treatment options at their disposal to address your pain or injury.

Their knowledge of anatomy and pathology allows them to determine which of these therapeutic options will offer the greatest relief for your condition. Techniques used in Myotherapy include remedial massage, manual trigger point therapy, dry-needling, myofascial release, cupping and joint mobilisations.

Additionally, they may use techniques such as assisted stretching, load management advice, and exercise prescription, along with educating you around any activity or lifestyle modifications that may help to manage your condition moving forward.

Common conditions

Common conditions we treat

  • Neck tension, pain and headaches
  • Back pain, including lower back pain
  • Joint stiffness and decreased flexibility
  • Pregnancy related discomfort
  • Postural syndromes
  • Sporting injuries
  • The associated symptoms of degenerative conditions including arthritis
  • Overuse injuries affecting tendons and other tissue
  • Shoulder complaints including rotator cuff related injuries
  • Muscular tightness and associated conditions
  • Tissue tightness after surgery

How we can help

Myotherapy techniques are aimed at not only relieving the symptoms of your condition, but treating the underlying causes for your pain. The broad range of techniques and therapies used by our Myotherapists allows them to put together a tailored treatment plan that’s personalised to your unique situation.

Our Myotherapists bring together anatomy, pathology and physical therapy principles to give you a holistic treatment and improve your enjoyment of life.

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