Myotherapy in Brighton
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How can myotherapy help you?

Our experienced myotherapists in Brighton can assist with a wide range of issues such as:
  • Back pain
  • Pelvic and gluteal pain
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Knee and quadriceps pain
  • Muscular imbalances, weakness, and compensation
  • Headaches
  • Stress
  • Postural conditions
  • Sports injuries
  • Ergonomic education
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome
  • Rotator cuff problems
  • Myofascial pain
  • Poor muscular firing patterns and activation
  • Occupational injuries
  • Overactive and hypertonic muscle groups
  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Calf pain
  • Achilles tendinopathy and other ankle injuries
  • Poor running gait 
  • Jaw pain and clicking
  • Lumbopelvic instability
  • Pain management
  • Fibromyalgia and other chronic pain presentations
  • Sacroiliac joint pain
  • Tennis elbow
  • Golfers elbow
  • Wrist pain
We are always ready to help you when you are in pain but you don't necessarily have to be in pain to benefit from myotherapy treatment. Once your initial pain symptoms have been addressed, we will focus on rehabilitating you back to your optimal capacity and health. An important part of this is implementing corrective measures to prevent the chances of any further injury or relapse. Preventative treatment is a great way to keep performance levels high and injury risk low.

Call us to make an appointment on 03 9505 0595. Our myotherapists in Brighton will create a comprehensive treatment plan for you and support you in your recovery. 
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Myotherapy & dry needling  

If you are looking for Myotherapy in Brighton, you've come to the right place. Our myotherapists are here to help you.

Myotherapy is a form of manual therapy that focuses on the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal pain and associated pathologies. The term myotherapy was originally created by Bonnie Prudden to describe a specific type of trigger point therapy which she developed in the 1970s based on the earlier work of Travell and Simons who researched the cause and treatment of pain arising from myofascial trigger points. 

Dry needling is a method used in myotherapy to effectively and efficiently resolve trigger points related to chronic or acute pain and dysfunction. Dry needling will act to enhance your healing and provide a boost to your performance and recovery.

Injuries, stress, physical conditions, exercise, disability, as well as lifestyle and postural factors, are all potentially associated with the cause of painful trigger points. Myotherapy helps to release active trigger points, whilst restoring and maintaining healthy soft tissue including muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia.

Call us to make an appointment on 03 9505 0595. Our myotherapists in Brighton will create a comprehensive treatment plan for you and support you in your recovery. 

Myotherapy and the role of trigger points

Effective treatment for injuries, pain & headaches

Trigger points can form in your muscles if you have experienced an injury, or have poor posture, or have just been working your body very hard. Trigger points can cause pain in localised and referred areas around your body.  Referred pain is pain felt in an area other than the actual site of the pain origin due to an interconnected network of sensory nerves. For example, an injury to your lower back may give you pain in your legs. An injury of your shoulder may give you pain in your arms and fingers. Headaches, blurry vision, dizziness, poor sleep and fatigue, can all be caused by trigger points and physiological dysfunction around the neck, shoulder and head regions. There are many other factors and causes of such symptoms as well. 

Vascular and neural symptoms such as numbness and tingling sensations, can also be associated with active trigger points that may be inhibiting the optimal function of blood vessels and nerves around your body. Such symptoms are often bi-products of other associated pathologies and conditions, however, the role of active trigger points in relation to your symptoms should never be overlooked. This is especially the case with many people suffering from chronic pain and discomfort.

If you are interested in healing your injury, myotherapy may be the perfect treatment route for you. Through the use of dry needling, cupping, deep tissue massage, myofascial release techniques, joint mobilisation, and trigger point therapy, our myotherapists are able to assess, treat and assist in the rehabilitation of your injury or condition. At Good Health Group Clinic, we also work in conjunction with your GP and other allied health practitioners to ensure that all aspects of your health and recovery are catered for.
Myotherapists also use stretching, nutritional advice, corrective exercise, postural advice and education, heat and cold therapy, taping, exercise prescription, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) to help you fully regain your range of movement and reduce your pain. 

Our myotherapists in Brighton can help keep you in optimal shape for your sporting endeavors and day-to-day activities. Myotherapy and dry needling treatment can speed up your recovery, reduce excessive time-off activities, and keep you performing at your best! 
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Myotherapy and Remedial Massage

What is the difference?

Myotherapists utilise remedial massage as a component within their range of skills. Remedial massage is the objective assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of the signs, symptoms and causes of biomechanical dysfunction or injury. Remedial massage therapists use specific massage and mobilisation techniques, in conjunction with exercise prescription, in order to restore normal health and function.
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Myotherapist Industry Associations 

Our myotherapists in Brighton are all qualified with extensive experience in a range of environmental and therapeutic settings. In order to maintain the highest of standards and to keep current with industry movements and the latest developments in treatment methodologies, our therapists participate in regular continuous training and studies in order to keep exceeding expectations of our clients.

Our myotherapists are members of Australian industry association bodies such as: 
Start your recovery from pain and discomfort today by contacting us on 03 9505 0595. 
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