Clinical Myotherapy

Conditions We Address
For Better Health & Performance
We are a sports therapy clinic, combining detailed assessments with hands on treatments and exercise rehabilitation strategies
Myotherapist treating client shoulder (1)

Myotherapy is a form of manual therapy, more specified on treating complex musculoskeletal issues. Our Myotherapists specialise in treating and preventing soft tissue pain, along with injuries. Myotherapists are extensively trained in the use of joint mobilisation techniques and use these techniques to treat stiffness and to help avoid injury effectively.

Myotherapists was born around the idea of evidence-based assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and management of musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions.

Myotherapists utilise a wide range of treatment techniques including remedial massage, trigger point therapy, dry needling, joint mobilisations, cupping, hot and cold therapies, passive and active stretching, electro-therapeutic modalities and corrective and rehabilitative exercises to restore and maintain the healthy integrity of the soft tissue structures (muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves and fascia).

Myotherapists can treat a wide range of conditions; examples include Neck and back pain, Headaches and migraines, TMJ problems, Chronic overuse and RSI injuries, sciatica, shoulder impingements, tennis and golfers elbow, numbness and tingling, carpal tunnel, cramps, sprains and muscle strains to name a few. Our team has experience working with athletes of all levels and those that train regularly in the gym. Our myotherapists can subjectively review your training program and make suggestions and adjustments as required to facilitate your highest level of success.

Myotherapy involves an extensive physical evaluation and an integrated therapeutic approach in the treatment of affected muscles, fascia, joints and nerves. Myotherapy treatment aims to help you recover, perform better while improving your muscular strength, flexibility and decreasing your pain.

What makes Myotherapy different?

Contrary to popular belief, Myotherapy is not a form of massage therapy. However, your therapist may use massage techniques throughout your treatment if it is necessary for the treatment of your presenting condition. Myotherapy is a form of manual therapy developed from evidence-based assessments, treatment techniques and rehabilitation exercises. A Myotherapist is extensively trained to treat neuromusculoskeletal (muscle, joint and nerve) pain and dysfunction.

At your first appointment, your Myotherapist will complete your full medical history, including prior illness, injuries, and surgery. Next, the Myotherapist will ask about your symptoms and conduct an assessment which usually involves an in-depth look at your posture, how you move, what hurts, what movements aggravate your condition and what muscles, joints and nerves are affected.

Your treatment depends on your assessment and your goals. Myotherapy uses a range of different manual therapy techniques, exercise rehabilitation, postural education, movement coaching and pain complex education.

Do I need a referral to see a Myotherapist?
What do Myotherapy treatments involve?

Contrary to popular belief, Myotherapy is not a form of massage therapy. However, your therapist may use massage techniques throughout your treatment if it is necessary for the treatment of your presenting condition. Myotherapy is a form of manual therapy developed from evidence-based assessments, treatment techniques and rehabilitation exercises. A Myotherapist is extensively trained to treat neuromusculoskeletal (muscle, joint and nerve) pain and dysfunction.

Myotherapy is claimable on private health insurance much like a remedial massage, physiotherapy and other health services. Please check your policy for specific details about rebate amounts as it does vary between funds. We have full HICAPS facilities on-site for instant claiming of your appointments, and we always provide you with a full invoice for each treatment as well for your reference.

Is Myotherapy claimable on private health?