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Myotherapy vs. Remedial Massage

May 9, 2019 by Craig Gibson

Learn what is the difference between myotherapy and remedial massage, as well as the different qualifications to become a myotherapist.

Topic: Practitioner Resources Studying Massage Therapy

Myotherapy for Headaches

Aug 27, 2018

Chronic headaches and migraines can be painful, debilitating and tricky to treat. But donít give up hope. Some people find long-term relief from headaches using myotherapy.

Topic: Headaches Migraines

Myotherapy Association Australia

Aug 3, 2017 by Anthony Roseman

Information on the Myotherapy Association Australia

Massage your way to a new career

Apr 29, 2015

Endeavour College is currently accepting students for its Diploma of Traditional Chinese Medicine Remedial Massage and its Diploma of Remedial Massage courses.

Myotherapy vs. Myofascial Release Therapy

Mar 8, 2012 by Craig Gibson

With the development of ever more specialised and refined modalities, it can get confusing keeping track of their various qualities and techniques utilised.

A Full Body Approach to Treating Pain

Nov 23, 2011 by Steve Lockhart

If your therapist only worked on a specific area of your body, you may be wondering why you only got limited or no success.

SLM Bodywork - A Unique Form of Myotherapy

Aug 9, 2011 by Steve Lockhart

SLM Bodywork is another method that was developed in Australia in 1988 to specifically deal with the treatment of pain and injury.

Myotherapy for Injuries

Aug 4, 2011 by Rob Schneider

Myotherapy is a system of natural physical therapies that focuses on the body's connective tissues in order to relieve pain and facilitate healing.

What to Expect from a Myotherapy Consultation

Jun 2, 2011 by Rob Schneider

Myotherapy is an intriguing natural therapy that is not widely understood by the general public.

Myotherapy for Back Pain

Jan 21, 2011 by Michelle Newton

Back pain affects most people at some stage in their lives Ė sometimes it can be mild pain that passes and unfortunately for others, it can be either chronic or acute and very debilitating.

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