Musculoskeletal pain can manifest from joint, muscle or neurological origins. Myotherapy incorporates a thorough health history coupled with orthopedic and bio-mechanical assessment to identify the cause and address the dysfunction for each client. The issues are then treated using a combination of massage techniques and additional modalities such as dry needling, cupping, stretching, and exercise advice.
Our Myotherapist’s will employ these evidence based techniques to reduce pain, increase strength and prevent complications or re-occurrence in the future.
Myotherapist’s treat a range of musculoskeletal injuries or conditions, including injury prevention and rehabilitation, headaches, neck & shoulder pain, back pain, extremity (upper and lower limb) conditions, and nerve pain. Depending on the presenting issue and how long you have had it, a number of treatments may be recommended.
Treatment techniques may involve:
- Myo-fascial release;
- Soft tissue massage techniques;
- Trigger Point Therapy;
- Myofascial Cupping
- Joint mobilisation;
- Dry needling and electro dry needling;
- Muscle energy techniques;
- Neuro-dynamic mobilisation; and,
- Exercise therapy and stretching.