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246 Bridge Rd

Richmond 3121

03 9427 8848

richmond myotherapist


Myotherapy is an effective treatment for all types of muscular pain, sports injuries and workplace strains. Our Richmond myotherapists are here to make you feel good.


— headaches / migraines / dizziness / vertigo

— neck / upper back / knee & ankle / lower back & hip pain

— shoulder injuries / repetitive strain injuries /sports injuries 

— shin splints / planter fasciitis / fibromyalgia

— jaw tension & grinding

— carpel tunnel syndrome

Important. Please Note :  

Currently we do not have a Myotherapist on staff and as such, 

cannot offer Myotherapy as a treatment service.

As an alternative we can offer cupping and dry needling with our Remedial Therapist Hiromi Bonacci, 

however this will be billed as a Remedial Massage not a Myotherapy treatment.

We appologise for the inconvenience and are seeking a replacement Myotherapist.

Myotherapy is the treatment and management of musculoskeletal pain including muscle, nerve and joint pain by removing the build up of tension in the muscles, fascia and tendons.

Whether you are a professional or amateur athlete, an exercise or gym junkie, or someone who spends far too long looking at a computer screen, Myotherapy can be the perfect treatment to help keep you pain free and active. 

Myotherapy treatment begins with a detailed clinical assessment and full case history. 

A detailed physical examination is done using orthopaedic and range of motion tests to assess the underlying cause of your pain and limitation of movement.

Treatment methods include:

Remedial Massage - deep massage to loosen tight muscles and tenons.

Myofascial Release Techniques - specific movements of muscle and fascia to reduce tension in the fascia which contributes to muscular stiffness.

Trigger point therapy - application of direct pressure to muscle trigger points to reduce muscular tension.

Joint mobilisation - the movement of spinal joints, hips, shoulders, knees or elbows to free tension in the joint and improve range of movement.

Cupping - the use of Chinese Medicine suction cups to break up adhesion in muscle tissue that contribute to tightness

Dry needling - the use of Acupuncture needles inserted into trigger points to reduce abnormal muscle contraction and relieving pain.

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