Benefits of Myotherapy
- Pain relief
- Increased circulation of blood
- Promotion of healing
- Increased range of motion
- Increased strength and functionality of muscle tissues
- Return of correct biomechanics
- Provide instant muscle release
- Can be used on hard to release muscle areas and groups
Who can be treated?
Massage can be used for a variety of musculoskeletal problems, neuromuscular dysfunction, muscle imbalances and pain syndromes. Therapy is specifically aimed to help with muscular pain, myofacial pain syndrome, hypertonic muscles, muscular tension, overuse injury, painful tendons, tender ligaments and more.
Many muscular related conditions are thought to be a primary contributing factor to pain and other related symptoms. Myotherapy Massage can also include Dry Needling treatment, as an add on to any appointment for only $30.00!!
Symptoms we treat
Treatment will offer care for a wide range of conditions and symptoms including, but not limited to:
- Muscle Pain
- Joint pain
- Bone pain
- Neck pain
- Back pain
- Arm pain
- Tennis elbow
- Carpal tunnel
- Golfer’s Elbow
- tension-type headaches
- Buttock pain
- Pelvic pain & leg pain
- Hamstring strains
- Calf tightness / spasms
- Lumbar disc injuries
- Sinus symptoms
- Tmj and Jaw pain
- Frozen shoulder
- Tennis elbow
- Muscle tension anywhere in the body
What happens after treatment?
Patients will often ask 'once i am are feeling better, how often do i need to have Myotherapy or dry needling appointments... and the answer to this question is completely different for every patient, as area of treatment, pain levels, conditions, lifestyle factors and how what the whole body is doing.
Lifestyle factors can affect how well you respond to the treatment and how many sessions you need to keep the body feeling good, as well as how our practitioners will recommend that you frequent the clinic for an appointment. We can offer you advice on when is the best time for you to come back for another session to keep the body and muscles feeling good.
How often should i be having a treatment?
Most of the time once the dysfunction or imbalance has been corrected the body will often maintain the appropriate balance. However, the musculoskeletal system is under constant stress from the demands of varying postures, gravity, psychological and emotional states. A regular exercise program combined with good posture and co management care with either our Chiropractors or Osteopath may help to prevent many reoccurring pain problems.
Our Myotherapists recommendation
If your pain or symptoms comes back, additional sessions may be recommended to adequately and prevent serious injuries, or our practitioners may suggest you investigate further with collaboration from one of our qualified Chiropractors or Osteopath on our team. They will be able to offer a diagnosis and referral for imaging such as X-rays or ultrasounds.
Highlights of care
> Treatment covers area(s) of concern and referral pain.
> Holistic treatment is specific to you and your body.
> Apply a variety of specialised therapeutic techniques.
> Encourages optimal health for the entire body.
> Promote healing, relaxation, muscle release.
> We have 30 / 45 / 60 / 90 min appointments options.
> All treatments are claimable with private health insurance under 'extra's cover'.
> Get more than 70% back on your appointment!
Our highly qualified and skilled Remedial Massage therapist's and Myotherapist's have over a decade of massage experience treating patients in our clinics.
They apply techniques that stem from sport related conditions, deep tissue release, muscle relaxation, Thai Chi and holistic care, with the aim to educe spasms, tightness and relieve pain symptoms occurring in the body.
Our experienced practitioners offer specialised treatment that will also compliment other therapeutic services and care that we offer at ChiroCure Clinic.
Both pre and post adjusting massage treatments can assist with the body’s ability to hold the correction, as well as making it easier to get a correct adjustment, by releasing muscle tension and tenderness.