Myotherapy

 

Myotherapy (myo – muscle) is a more advanced form of remedial massage. Myotherapists have the skills to clinically assess and physically (hands on) treat muscle and myofascial pain. They are also able to treat most forms of  injury and dysfunction affecting movement and mobility whether they happen as a result of a sporting injury or in everyday life.
Myotherapy can also be utilised in rehabilitation and teaching injury prevention.

 

Conditions that Myotherapists can treat include:

  • Poor posture (stiff and sore necks and mid back)

  • Joint & Spine pain & dysfunction

  • Scoliosis / Kyphosis

  • Specific conditions such as “Rye neck” etc

  • Acute & chronic back pain / ‘sciatica’

  • Knee, leg & foot pain (strains & sprains)

  • Sporting Injuries

  • Chronic overuse syndromes (e.g. carpel tunnel, tennis/golfers elbow)

  • Acute & chronic conditions affecting function & mobility

  • Chronic & Acute Arthritis

  • Shoulder pain, impingement syndrome, frozen shoulder

  • Pain & dysfunction associated with stress & tension

  • Headaches / migraines

  • Rehabilitative stage of an injury or illness

  • WorkSafe patients