Physiotherapy & Sports Physiotherapists | Motion Health

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What is Myotherapy?

Myotherapy is a form of physical therapy that is designed to treat pain and other related conditions. A Myotherapist can assist you with many conditions including:

  • Shin splints
  • Headaches
  • Chronic pain
  • Reptitive strain injurry
  • Sports injuries
  • Rotator cuff problems
  • Jaw pain and clicking
  • Tennis elbow
  • Many more…

Myotherapy uses hands-on therapy to design treatment plans to meet specific client needs and help you reach your health goals.

Why choose Motion Health?

At Motion Health, we will:

  • Treat you as a person rather than an injury;
  • Take the time to listen to your needs and health concerns;
  • Confidently help you understand what’s going on with easy explanations;
  • Thoroughly discuss your treatment plan in the first instance and review at regular intervals;
  • Communicate treatment choices based on the outcomes you want;
  • Neutralise your pain first to give you comfort;
  • Focus on delivering results that last using tangible tools like Results4Life®.

In your first consultation we will discuss the injury that has brought you here and will conduct a variety of testing of your mobility, strength and movement.

Quick-fixes vs. lasting results

We understand that sometimes you want a “quick-fix” for your injury however our experience continues to prove that this ends up being more costly and inconvenient over time.

We believe in getting the right result the first time so you can get back to what you love without the threat of re-injury. You will be surprised at all the physical health benefits that come with sticking to your personalised Results4Life® roadmap, including improved flexibility, mobility and strength.

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What does Myotherapy involve?

Myotherapists use massage and a number of other techniques shared by physical therapists and osteopaths who help with the release muscular tension and reduce pain. Myotherapy is a form of remedial massage where the therapist uses a trigger point massage to release to relieve muscle and myofascial pain using the hands, fingers, elbows, or knuckles.

A trigger point is a sensitive area of tight muscle fiber that forms in muscles, typically from injury or any overuse.

When should you see a Myotherapist?

There are many reasons to seek Myotherapy treatment including the following:

  • Sprains
  • Some parts of joint pain
  • Back pain
  • Sports injuries
  • Overuse injuries
Your choice of Myotherapy service

Ease into Myotherapy with a one-on-one tailored program with a physio


Your physio might recommend a semi-private class after completing one-on-one Myotherapy sessions. Semi-private sessions have a maximum of five participants, each with their own program.

Group Class

Continue developing your skills and challenging your body in a group class with up to eight participants.