Myotherapy is an evidence based assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal systems(nerve, muscle and joint) pain and associated dysfunction.

Myotherapists use an integrative approach to treatment, to find and treat the cause of a client’s pain, as well as to identify and address any contributing factors.


Myotherapy is a holistic therapy that uses a corrective method of restoring structural integrity of the soft tissues of the body. It is used to alleviate or manage pain, correct function, improve mobility, increase range of motion, increase strength and stamina. This is done through the use of functional movement assessments, corrective exercises and  a variety of manual therapy techniques.
Myotherapy is a remedial therapy in which the client works with their therapist through the use of a treatment plan to enable the client to gain the best functionalities possible.
Myotherapy can also be used as a preventive tool before beginning or increasing exercise to prevent injury and increase stability and strength.

Myotherapy can help with


  • Chronic pain conditions
  • Soft tissues injury management
  • Soft tissue injury rehabilitation
  • Injury prevention
  • Strength & balance training
  • Mobility/stability problems
  • Pain management
  • Posture issues
  • Health & well being



Our Myotherapy treatments may include the following modalities Deep tissue massage techniques, Trigger point therapy, Joint mobilization, Myofacial release, Dry needling, Cupping, Kinesiology taping, Prescription exercise and preventative pain management advice is also given.


Preparing for your appointment

Dress in comfortable loose fitting clothing so as not to restrict your movement.
Bring with you any x-rays or other test results relating to your injury or condition.

What to expect in a myotherapy session

At your first appointment we well spend some time chatting and asking questions about your injury or concern then we will perform physical assessments to check your range of movement and posture.
We will then advise you of the treatment plan and give you the opportunity to
ask any questions you may have regarding your treatment.
You will then receive a manual therapy treatment which may include a combination of different remedial therapies.

Your Myotherapist will then prescribe and demonstrate some stretches and/or exercises for you to do at home as part of your treatment plan.
Your therapist will then advise you on when to book in for your next treatment. Depending on the nature of your health issues the number of sessions you require will vary.