What is Myotherapy?


Myotherapy is evidence based assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for a wide range of musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions.


Myotherapy is applied in the preventative, corrective and rehabilitation phases of therapy to maintain the normal integrity of the soft tissue structures (Muscles, Tendons, Ligaments and Fascia)


The aim of Myotherapy is to treat the cause as well as the symptoms of a wide range of conditions.

Improving muscular strength, flexibility and decrease pain.


What types of conditions does a Myotherapist treat?


Some examples of conditions commonly treated by our Myotherapist's are:


Headaches and Migraines

Back Pain - Acute and Chronic

Neck and Shoulder Pain

Sports Injuries

Chronic Overuse Syndromes 

Occupational Injuries

Ankle, Knee and Hip Injuries

Rotator Cuff Issues . - Frozen Shoulder


Ankle Injuries

Achilles tendinopathy  

Sprained ankle

"Shin" Splints

 Joint Pain                                                                                                   

 Pre and Post Surgical Soft Tissue Injuries                     

 TMJ Therapy (Teeth Grinding, clicking and Braxing) 



Myotherapy and Massage - What's the difference?


Myotherapy and massage are two distinct professions, with different aims and objectives, different health fund rebates, and very different educational pathways. In common with physiotherapists, osteopaths and chiropractors, myotherapists may use massage in their treatments, when warranted, but they also call upon a wide range of other evidence-based treatment approaches and skill-sets which in addition to manual therapy, dry needling, and thermo and electro-therapeutic techniques may include, exercise prescription and/or education about pain management, load management, activity modifications and/or lifestyle modification. In common with the aforementioned allied health professions, myotherapy has it's own separate qualifications, specifically the BHSc (Clinical Myotherapy), BHSc (Myotherapy) and AdvDip(Myotherapy), which qualify practitioners to undertake evidence-based assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of patients experiencing musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions.


Exercise Rehabilitation.


* Muscular Screening


* Exercise Prescription


* Running Gait Analysis


* Preventative Care Programming for Elite Athletes


* Preventative Care Programming for Social Athletes


* Postural and Muscular Imbalance Assessment and Correction