What is Myotherapy?
Pain or symptoms caused by muscle (myo) or fascia is described as myofascial. Myofascial pain is usually not specific and is often described by a client as a 'deep ache', 'tightness' or 'tenderness' in an area. It can vary in intensity and radiate to other areas.
Other symptoms can include restriction of range of movement, stiffness, fatigue, weakness, numbness or a tingling sensation. There are many other symptoms depending on the condition and clients can have one or many symptoms.
Myotherapy is the assessment, treatment and management of conditions, which may cause muscular dysfunction caused by trauma, overload or misuse of muscles arising from occupational, sporting or recreational activities thus affecting movement and mobility.
Myotherapists utilise a range of treatment techniques to restore and maintain the normal structures of muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia.
Myotherapy can help ease pain, free up your joints and improve your mobility.
Some examples of conditions commonly treated by Myotherapists are:
- Long term back pain
- Acute chronic stiff and painful neck
- Headaches and Migraines
- Carpal tunnel
- Tennis elbow and Golfer's elbow
- Joint pain
- Hip pain
- Shoulder pain, impingement syndrome, frozen shoulder
- Sporting & occupational injuries
- Scoliosis and Kyphosis
- Hand & finger numbness and tingling
- Knee, leg & foot pain
- shin splints
- patella tracking dysfunction
- runners knee
- ankle sprains
- Rehabilitative stage of an injury or illness
Not sure if Myotherapy is what you need?
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