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What is Myotherapy?

Myotherapy is about providing optimal hands-on care and management for muscle dysfunction. It is an essential part of the health care team and can provide relief from the pain of muscle strain and injury and also relieve the tension and stress from everyday life. They provide expert assessment, treatment and management of the soft tissue structures within the body.

They provide expert assessment, treatment and management of the soft tissue structures within the body.


Myotherapy is applied in the preventative, corrective and rehabilitative phases of therapy to restore and maintain the normal integrity of the soft tissues and joint structures within the human body. This, combined with other clinical modalities such as exercise therapy restores health and mobility. A wide range of conditions can be treated from minor muscle pain to post operative rehabilitation. Young, Old, Family and Friends, all can benefit from Casey Massage & Myotherapy care. Anyone experiencing pain or limited mobility of all ages and walks of life can benefit from seeing a Myotherapist.

At Casey Massage and Myotherapy we specialize in assessing, treating and managing the soft tissue structures within the body. Myotherapists do this to stop or reduce pain, prevent injuries and correct damage. Myotherapy is similar to Physiotherapy and Osteopathy in that we treat similar conditions and symptoms however Myotherapy varies a lot in treatment methods.

Myotherapy Methods

Depending on the particular problem, the Therapist may use a combination of modalities such as:

  • Soft Tissue Manipulation
  • Myofascial Stretching
  • Dry Needling
  • Rehabilitative Exercises
  • Sports Massage
  • Neuromuscular Assesments
  • Relaxation massage
  • Myofascial Release
  • Trigger point therapy
  • Posture correction exercises

When can Myotherapy help?

  • For aches, pain or discomfort at rest or on movement (including headaches)
  • Those with sports or occupational induced injuries
  • To increase range of motion and decrease tension around joints
  • To restore muscle balance and improve posture
  • To reduce recovery time and soreness after exercise

The treatment provided by a Therapist can be complimentary to that provided by other allied health practitioners (e.g Physiotherapist, Podiatrist or Chiropractor) and may be used in conjunction with other forms of treatment.

Your first treatment will begin with a detailed, thorough examination of your injury/condition and how it affects you as a whole. A treatment program is then designed to give you maximum results in a minimum period of time to return you to health, activity, work and optimal function.

At Casey Massage & Myotherapy we provide the highest quality patient care making certain ample time for assessment and treatment is provided. Consultations are approximately one hour in duration; the practitioner spends the entire time one on one with the client.