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What is Myotherapy?

Myotherapy is the evidence-based assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions.

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Myotherapy and Massage – What’s the difference?

Myotherapy should not be confused with remedial massage. Myotherapists have completed an Advanced Diploma in Myotherapy or Bachelor of Myotherapy. Whilst myotherapists may use massage as part of treatment in some instances, they will also use a variety of other evidence-based modalities as part of a typical treatment plan.

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Myotherapy and Massage – What’s the difference?

Myotherapy should not be confused with remedial massage. Myotherapists have completed an Advanced Diploma in Myotherapy or Bachelor of Myotherapy. Whilst myotherapists may use massage as part of treatment in some instances, they will also use a variety of other evidence based modalities as part of a typical treatment plan.

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What do Myotherapists Treat?

At 360 MindBody we treat a wide range of musculoskeletal
conditions including:

  • Back pain
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Headache
  • Sports injuries
  • Rotator cuff problems
  • Occupational injuries
  • Achilles injuries
  • Jaw pain and clicking
  • Chronic pain management
  • Tennis elbow

Where do Myotherapists Treat?

Most myotherapists in Australia treat in private practice. Myotherapy practices are often stand alone or form part of a multidisciplinary practice.

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At 360 MindBody we treat a wide range of musculoskeletal
conditions including:

  • Back pain
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Headache
  • Sports injuries
  • Rotator cuff problems
  • Occupational injuries
  • Achilles injuries
  • Jaw pain and clicking
  • Chronic pain management
  • Tennis elbow

Where do Myotherapists Treat?

Most myotherapists in Australia treat in private practice. Myotherapy practices are often stand alone or form part of a multidisciplinary practice.

 

When should I see a Myotherapist?

Most people seek Myotherapy treatment when suffering from aches and pains though many receive treatment to prevent injury.

You should see a Myotherapist when your pain lasts longer than a few days or when you’re suffering from restricted movement. Many people also seek Myotherapy treatment in the rehabilitative phase of care to help strengthen the affected areas.

When should I see a Myotherapist?

Most people seek Myotherapy treatment when suffering from aches and pains though many receive treatment to prevent injury.

You should see a Myotherapist when your pain lasts longer than a few days or when you’re suffering from restricted movement. Many people also seek Myotherapy treatment in the rehabilitative phase of care to help strengthen the affected areas.

Myotherapy Association Australia – Accredited PD

Like many other reputable health professionals, Myotherapists need to keep abreast of new and emerging evidence and techniques, and to reinforce existing skills and knowledge. Participating in accredited professional development is a great way to achieve this.

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Myotherapy Association Australia – Accredited PD

Like many other reputable health professionals, Myotherapists need to keep abreast of new and emerging evidence and techniques, and to reinforce existing skills and knowledge. Participating in accredited professional development is a great way to achieve this.

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