Kelly Lanctot therapist on Natural Therapy Pages
Member since 2018

Kelly Lanctot

Back to Life Myotherapy

Hampton Park VIC 3976
  |  

Want to find out my availability, pricing or opening hours? Click on Send Me Details Now to get started.

Send Me Details Now

Clicking on the Send Me Details Now button opens an enquiry form where you can message Kelly Lanctot directly

You can’t go wrong unless you learn the importance of self-care with our Clinical Myotherapy treatment.

Clinical Myotherapy Treatment For Muscle, Nerve & Tendon Pain

Servicing area

Hampton Park VIC

Focus areas

Stiffness Happiness Joy Wellness Pain relief Fitness


What is Clinical Myotherapy And The Condition It Treats?

The treatment of musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions is the focus of Clinical Myotherapy. A consultation on myotherapy provides examination, diagnosis and treatment of specific pain caused by muscles, bones, nerves, tendons and ligaments. 

This treatment is a diverse approach that may include the treatment of soft tissue, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, dry-needle, joint mobilisation and recruiting to aid pain and stiffness reduction.

Did you know that to see a Myotherapist you don’t need to be in pain?  Myotherapy will help keep your symptoms going and reduce the likelihood of further trauma after your symptoms are resolved.

Several issues that can be treated by a medical myotherapist include:

  • Post-workout soreness
  • General stiffness, tightness & pain 
  • Rehabilitation of injury 
  • Neck & back pain 
  • Chronic overuse injuries - tennis/golfer elbow, tendonitis, RSI (rapid sequence induction) 
  • Shoulder, elbow & wrist pain 
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome 
  • Hip, knee & ankle pain 
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome 
  • ITBS (Iliotibial band syndrome) 
  • Sciatica symptoms 

Differences Between Massage and Myotherapy 

“Myotherapy and massage are two separate careers, with varying goals and objectives, numerous savings on medical funds and very different education paths. In common with physiotherapists, osteopaths and chiropractors, myotherapists can, if necessary, use massage in their treatments but they also use a broad range of other evidence-based treatment techniques and skillsets, including manual treatments, dry and thermal and electro therapeutics.”
- Myotherapy Association Australia

Book now to find out more about Myotherapy.

Click on Send Me Details Now to get started

Send Me Details Now