Myotherapy is an advanced and highly effective form of treatment designed to reduce pain and restore optimal mechanics within the body.

The aim is to restore optimal range of movement and alleviate pain.

Treatments include assessment of your posture, range of motion, and any areas of pain or dysfunction.

Variety of treatment techniques include soft tissue manipulation, dry needling, cupping, trigger point therapy with passive/active muscle stretching and corrective exercises.

Most major health funds provide a rebate for myotherapy services.

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Frequently asked questions about myotherapy

What is myotherapy?

Myotherapy is the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal conditions using a variety of techniques - soft tissue manipulation techniques, dry needling, cupping, passive/active muscle stretching, corrective exercises and trigger point therapy. Our myotherapist will assess your condition and develop a personalized treatment plan that may involve one or more of these techniques, depending on your specific needs.

In your initial myotherapy session, our myotherapist will ask you about your present condition and questions about your medical history and any symptoms you are experiencing. Please bring with you any reports of your scans ie xrays, ultrasound, ct scan. From there assessment of your posture, range of motion, and any areas of pain or dysfunction including relevant neurological tests. Thereafter develop a personalised treatment plan based on this assessment and use a range of techniques to alleviate pain and restore function. Our myotherapist will then reassess and provide you relevant exercises and or stretches

What types of problems can be treated with myotherapy?

Myotherapy is very effective in treating a range of common conditions including stiffness & pain associated with poor posture, headaches, migraines, arthritis, pre- and post-natal conditions, associated joint & vertebral dysfunction & pain, shoulder pain, impingement syndrome, frozen shoulder, Hand & finger numbness / tingling – thoracic outlet syndrome, Scoliosis, kyphosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, problems associated with multiple sclerosis, and chronic overuse syndromes such as tendonitis, repetitive strain injury, tennis elbow and carpal tunnel syndrome.

What types of techniques may be used during a myotherapy consultation?

Myotherapy utilises various soft tissue manipulation techniques including passive/active muscle stretching, ischaemic compression, electromechanical stimulation, heat therapy, cryotherapy, dry needling, corrective exercises and trigger point therapy.

See What Our Clients Have To Say...


Chris Hibbert

(naturopathy client)

I've gone from feeling burnt out and ready for retirement to having the physical and mental energy to get on with things again. Thanks Madelaine - look forward to our next appointment!


Nerida Chisholm

(myotherapy client)

I have been seeing Madeline for a number of years now because of my Multiple Sclerosis and the aches & pains associated with it.

Madeline listens to me, assesses me & fixes the problem.

I recommend Madeline for any myotherapy needs.


Lisa Croxford

(myotherapy client)

I've been seeing Madelaine for several years now, she is by far the best myotherapist I have ever experienced!

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