Two Bays Myotherapy
Servicing areaMount Eliza, Frankston and Mornington Peninsula
The Practitioners at Two Bays:
I have been practising in Mt. Eliza as a myotherapist since 1994.
Originally from France, I adopted Australia as my new home. Before migrating to Australia I worked as a midwife, which gives me a deep understanding in pre and postnatal treatment.
In 1999 I became a lymphoedema practitioner, and lymphoedema management is a daily part of my work.
In 2017, I qualified as a Nordic Walking Instructor. I run group classes and organise free monthly Nordic walking outings open to anyone who has done a course in Nordic Walking. Are you interested in actively improving your upper body strength or your posture? Ask to be on our email list for Nordic Walking courses/ walks. http://nordicwalkingmp.com.au/
-Adv. Dip. Sports Therapy and Myotherapy
-Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science
-Adv. Matwork Pilates
-Cert 3 and 4 in Fitness
Emma is a qualified Myotherapist and Sports Therapist, with certifications in Dry Needling and Cupping. She studied at the Australian College of Sports Therapy and has been practicing as a Myotherapist since graduating in 2011.
Since practicing as a Myotherapist, Emma saw the important role corrective exercises had to play in complimenting treatment. Emma completed a Matwork pilates course to further extend on her exercise prescription. Further to this, in 2016, Emma graduated from Deakin University with a Bachelor in Exercise and Sport Science.
Emma has grown up in Mt Eliza, and loves to spend time on the Mornington Peninsula with her family. Besides the Clinic, for the past 8 years, Emma has worked within several AFL Clubs as a sports trainer and soft-tissue therapist, working with elite athletes and alongside a range of other health professionals where she has further extended her knowledge. Emma enjoys treating a variety of conditions, including sports related injuries, and has a particular interest in lower back pain and headaches.
Is this you?
Join the team!
We will provide you with a supportive environment, integrating you in the team and at the same time leaving you your independence in decision making. Combine independence and team work, having the benefit of both.
The successful applicant needs to have full membership with MAA or other Myotherapy association, and will need an ABN.
What We Can Do For You:
What is Myotherapy?
Myotherapy involves the treatment of a range of conditions through treatment and management of muscular pain.
When would you come to see a Myotherapist?
- To prevent an injury
- To rehabilitate an injury
- Tension headaches
- Muscular and joint pain
- Lower back pain
- Disc injury
- Sports/occupational related injuries
- Shoulder pain
- Numbness/altered sensation of the limbs
- Ankle sprain
- Swelling/fluid retention
- Muscular imbalances – poor posture
- Before/after sport events
- Relaxation massage
Modalities used in Myotherapy
- Soft and deep tissue massage
- Trigger point therapy
- Positional release therapy
- Myofascial release
- Thermal therapies – cryotherapy and heat therapy
- Active, passive and resisted stretching
- Metabolic Energy Techniques (MET’s)
- Joint mobilisation
- Corrective exercises
- Postural taping
- Lymphatic drainage
- Cupping and Gua Sha
- Dry needling
For more information or to book an appointment please contact us on 03 9787 4155 or use the online booking form above.
- Myotherapy Association Australia