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What is Myotherapy?

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Clinical Myotherapy is the evidence based assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions. Clinical Myotherapists can treat various issues such as sporting and occupational injuries, stiffness and sore body, chronic overuse syndromes, symptoms associated with arthritis, back pain, neck pain, stress and tension, pregnancy and more. Techniques often used by Myotherapists are: manual therapies, myofascial dry needling, physical therapy such as exercise prescription and rehabilitation, joint mobilisation and pain management.


What is the difference between Myotherapy and Remedial Massage?

Massage therapy is a type of manual therapy. Remedial therapists are the specialists in massage and focus on treating soft tissue injuries or soreness with different techniques of therapeutic massage. In contrast, clinical myotherapists use manual and physical therapy as well as pain management techniques and advice. Certain conditions, soreness or long term disease respond better with a mix of physical therapy and manual therapy. Clinical Myotherapy may help alleviating symptoms and be a powerful ally in chronic pain and acute pain management.