Myotherapy

What to Expect

Myotherapy
Myotherapy is a branch of manual therapy that focuses on the treatment and management of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction.   
Your therapist will conduct a visual and physical assessment of your presenting complaint as well as discussing your full medical history to assess where your symptoms are originating from.  Your assessment is likely to take anywhere from 10 - 20 minutes at your initial session followed by an initial treatment. 
Myotherapy has a strong focus on corrective/rehabilitative exercise prescription and education to ensure your treatments produce sustainable results. Your therapist will also provide corrective or rehabilitative exercises for you to continue your treatment between sessions.
 
On subsequent visits, your therapist will discuss any changes in your symptoms and adjust your treatment to suit.  
 
How does this differ to Muscle Medicine's Remedial Massage?
Muscle Medicine therapists are all outcome-focused to produce corrective sustainable results for our clients.  Our myotherapists are specifically trained in rehabilitative techniques after completing a Bachelor of Health Science (clinical myotherapy).
 
What we offer
At muscle medicine, we are primarily focused outcome-based treatments to assist you in living a pain-free life, the best life you can live!  
Your therapist will work with you to provide a treatment plan that will address the core root of the problem to relieve your symptoms.  They will use a range of techniques to deliver the results you need.  This may take one treatment or a series of treatments. Your therapist will discuss your treatment plan with you after your first assessment. If you are unsure if you need a myotherapy or remedial massage treatment book with Anessa and she will ensure you get the most suitable treatment. 
What can Myotherapy help?
  • Lower back pain & injury
  • Rotator cuff injury
  • occupational injuries
  • Neck & shoulder pain
  • Lateral epicondylitis
  • Wrist pain & injury
  • Osteoarthritis 
  • Muscle aches, strains, and soreness
  • Postural pain
  • Hip pain & injury
  • Knee pain & injury
  • Plantar fasciitis and ankle injuries