Keep pain at bay by receiving the appropriate manual treatment.
The Somerset Myotherapy Group offers a wide range of services for treating muscular pain and mobility issues. We utilise different types of manual therapy to help our clients in Glen Iris VIC regain their health and functionality.
Before you undergo treatment, Febie will assess your health condition and conduct clinical tests to identify the source of your symptoms. Through this process, she will be able to determine whether you have a musculoskeletal issue or something else.
Aside from myotherapy, she employs a variety of massage therapies, dry needling, cupping and manual lymphatic drainage.
This is one of the most effective massage techniques as it treats impaired muscles and increases the body’s range of motion. Remedial massage integrates various modalities. Among these are deep tissue manipulation, acupressure, myofascial release and muscular energy technique.
Aside from relieving pain and inducing relaxation, this type of complementary therapy can improve your athletic performance, make you less susceptible to injuries and expedite your body’s recovery time from injuries resulting from physical activities.
Sports massage is highly in demand among runners, cyclists, weightlifters and other professional and non-professional athletes. This treatment method releases muscle tension, repairs damaged tissue and reconditions the muscular system.
Here’s another effective therapy for treating muscular-related pain and myofascial issues. Dry needling is based on the principles of Western medicine in relation to anatomy and neurophysiology. It is different to acupuncture which falls under the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) category.
This ancient Chinese healing system involves the placing of cups on the back to create suction. The suction increases blood flow and regulates the body’s Qi or energy.
The manual lymphatic drainage is a gentle massage that is often used to promote healthier skin. But it’s also extremely effective in treating wounds, sports injuries, arthritis, pain, bursitis, migraine, chronic head and neck pain, edema and many other conditions.
This manual therapy supports the lymphatic system, which is responsible for carrying waste from the tissues back to the heart.
Book an appointment to experience the benefits of our complementary therapies.