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How Myothereapy Differ from the other Allied Health Providers?

Anyone experiencing pain or limited mobility of all ages and walks of life can benefit from seeing a Myotherapist. Although Doctors and other health professionals referrals refer many patients are not essential. Some of the most common conditions myotherapy can help with are:

 

This is one of the most common questions we are asked, as Myotherapists we specialize in assessing, treating and managing the soft tissue structures within the body including the muscles. 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. It is not for us to explain the principles behind the other therapies however Myotherapy:

  • Specializes in the muscle, tendons ligaments and fascia
  • Can assess joint and boney conditions/dysfunction
  • Consultations are one on one for the entire time
  • Tailored treatments for each individual - as gentle or strong as required
  • The nervous, circulatory and skeletal systems often benefit from Myotherapy treatments
  • Myotherapists refer to other therapists when needed

We understand that no one therapist or therapy can fix every problem. If your condition is one that Myotherapy cannot completely heal, we can still help you reach your health goals through our extensive network of allied health professionals ensuring the comprehensive management of conditions and accelerated recovery.

Some of these may include:

  • Chiropractors
  • Naturopaths
  • Osteopaths
  • Doctors
  • Physiocherapists
  • Other Specialists
  • Podiatrists
  • Traditional Chinese Therapists

Deciding which therapists to see for your pain can be very difficult as self-diagnosis is often unreliable. If you are not sure who you should see for your condition feel free to contact us and we would be more than happy to point you in the right direction.

Do you ever suffer from muscle or joint pain, back or neck pain, sporting or work injuries, restricted movement, headaches, tension, muscle stiffness or soreness, or nagging injuries that don't seem to go away? 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 nutrition and 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 Myotherapy care. 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. Treatment will include Myotherapy, Exercise Therapy and Nutritional perspectives as appropriate to your condition so you can achieve your goals. All methods are safe and very effective.

Myotherapy, or muscle therapy, is about providing optimal hands-on care and management for muscle dysfunction. Myotherapists are 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.Our myotherapists are highly trained in all areas of muscle treatment and can use a variety of general and specific techniques to help your problem.

These techniques may include:

  • Sports massage

  • Myofascial release

  • Trigger point therapy

  • Acupuncture/dry needling

  • Myofascial stretching

  • Posture correction exercises

Should you have any questions please feel free to contact us or click on the link to make an appointment.