What is Myotherapy?

What is Myotherapy?

Myotherapy is used to restore and maintain the normal integrity of the soft tissue structure (muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia) of the human body.

A Myotherapist will assess and physically treat pain, injury and dysfunction that affects  movement and mobility.

Common conditions that a Myotherapist will treat include: Sporting & occupational injuries, Stiffness & pain associated with poor posture, Associated joint & vertebral dysfunction & pain, Acute & chronic conditions affecting function & mobility, Scoliosis / Kyphosis, Headaches / migraines, Acute and chronic stiff and painful neck, Chronic overuse syndromes – tendonitis, RSI, tennis/golfer’s elbow, carpal tunnel, Acute & chronic back pain / ‘sciatica’, Shoulder pain, impingement syndrome, frozen shoulder, Hand & finger numbness / tingling – thoracic outlet syndrome, Knee, leg & foot pain – shin splints, patella tracking dysfunction, runners knee, ankle sprains, Arthritis / Multiple Sclerosis, Pregnancy – pre/post natal complaints, Chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, Pain & dysfunction associated with stress & tension, Rehabilitative stage of an injury or illness.

A Myotherapist will treat these conditions through a variety of techniques including but not limited to:

Soft tissue manipulation, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial dry needling, Myofascial release, Cupping, Postural assessment and correction, Corrective exercises (stretches, strength).

You can book in with our Myotherapist Nathan on a Tuesday and Wednesday.

Bookings via the PMP Studios app. Or give us a call.

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