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What is Myotherapy?

Myotherapy is the assessment and skillful hands on treatment of injuries, muscular pain and stiffness affecting movement and mobility.

Why is Myotherapy better??

Myotherapy takes the clinical knowledge of a sports physiotherapist and combines it with the hands on treatment of a skilled remedial massage therapist.  

This makes for a therapist that can assess your injury, and  help relieve pain. Myotherapists are also highly trained in dry needling – a technique using acupuncture needles to treat muscular pain and stiffness.

Myotherapists love prescribing rehabilitation exercises. These are tailored to your individual needs and capabilities.

We treat pain coming from areas such as sprains in ligaments, tears in tendons, nerve pain in the legs and hands. It is also the management of long term joint and muscular pain.

By looking at your pain from a neuroscicence approach (brain causing the pain) your Myotherapist helps you take control of your recovery and live a pain free life.

We believe Myotherapy is an awesome, cost effective alternative to other therapies.

What is Allied Health?

Allied Health is a term which is used to describe health Professionals who are not Doctors, Nurses and Dentists. Allied Health Professionals tend to work in multidisciplinary clinics.

Our Clinic Professionals include: Myotherapists, Naturopaths, Osteopaths, Remedial Massage therapists and Bowen therapists.

Naturopaths are great at helping people manage systemic disease with a natural approach. Osteopaths have a gentle manipulative approach to health and wellbeing. Remedial massages are fantastic at treating general stiff and sore muscles and Bowen therapy is a gentle alternative to other soft tissue therapies.

Other Allied Health Professionals may include: Dietitians, Exercise Physiologists, Speech therapists, Chiropractors and Physiotherapists

Myotherapy can assess acute injuries, long-term pain and stiffness
Myotherapy uses a range of treatment techniques to treat and correct your pain and stiffness
Myotherapists prescribe exercises and stretches to aid in your recovery and fitness
Myofascial dry needles are used to treat muscle pain and trigger points
Assessment, Pain Management, and Pain Education
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