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  • Assessment

    AssessmentThe Myotherapist can assess your injuries and conditions.

  • Treatment

    TreatmentMyotherapy uses a range on treatment techniques to treat and correct your dysfunction.

  • Rehabilitation

    RehabilitationThe myotherapist will prescribe exercises and stretches to aid in your recovery.

  • Cupping

    CuppingMyotherapist use cupping to treat myofascial tightness.

  • Dry Needling

    Dry NeedlingMyofascial dry needles are used to treat muscle pain and trigger points.

    Dry Needling

What is Myotherapy

Myotherapy assesses and physically treats myofascial pain, injury and dysfunction affecting movement and mobility. Myotherapy is applied in the preventative, corrective and rehabilitative phases of therapy to restore and maintain the normal integrity of the soft tissue structure (muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia) of the human body.
Why is Myotherapy better??
Myotherapy takes the hands on skills of a really good remedial massage therapist and combines it with the clinical knowledge of a sports physiotherapist. Making for a therapist that can assess your injury, and can help relieve pain with massage and trigger point therapy. Myotherapists are also highly trained in dry needling – a technique using acupuncture needles to treat muscular pain and dysfunction.
Myotherapists also love prescribing rehabilitation exercises. These are normally tailored to your individual needs and capabilities. Helping you take control of your recovery and live a pain free life.

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Treatment Options

Our Myotherapists offer a wide range of treatment options upon the assessment of your condition:

  • Massage: including soft tissue and deep tissue massage.
  • Stretching: Stretching exercises help increase blood flow and reduce tension.
  • Cupping: Cupping is a treatment that draws blood to an affected area using special suction cups.
  • Trigger point therapy: Trigger points are areas of hyper-irritability in the soft tissue.
  • Dry Needling: Dry Needling is similar to acupuncture but is not based on the Chinese meridian system.
  • Prescriptive exercise: The myotherapist will recommend remedial physical exercises.