Myotherapy Glen Waverley is a premiere provider of therapeutic massage and myotherapy. Patients are familiar with massage therapy, but few are cognizant of what myotherapy encompasses, the benefits that can be derived, or the distinction between the two. Myotherapy is a range of manual, hands-on techniques that includes massage, along with methods that embrace trigger point therapy, dry needling, manual manipulation and joint mobilisation.
Myotherapy experts may utilize complementary therapies that encompass prescription exercise such as clinical Pilates, nutritional advice and counseling, along with ultrasound, electrotherapy and naturopathic methods. The therapies are effective for alleviating pain, maintaining motion and mobility, addressing sports injuries and problems associated with chronic diseases.
The techniques are effective in reducing inflammation that causes swelling and pain. They sooth the nervous system and improve circulation. The techniques stimulate the body’s immune system and remove toxins that can impair the body’s ability to heal itself. Myotherapy and therapeutic massage relieves tension related conditions and reduces the potential for future injuries.
The methods are effective for rehabilitation following surgical interventions, retraining muscles and maintaining tone and strength during lengthy recuperations. Range of movement, flexibility and mobility is increased. Massage and myotherapy provide an extensive range of options for treating sports injuries and are utilized by world-class athletes to enhance their performance during competition.
Myotherapy methods are safe for expectant mothers and address the pain and discomfort that’s a normal part of pregnancy. It’s effective for post-delivery problems associated with nursing and assists women return to their pre-pregnancy conditioning. Myotherapy treatments promote restful and restorative sleep essential for health and mental acuity.
The practice’s physiotherapists focus on easing the pain of patients, restoring functionality and improving mobility. Myofascial release, trigger point therapy and cupping are also techniques that can be employed for overuse and soft tissue injuries. Myotherapy is an effective treatment for relieving muscle spasms and tension headaches.
A multitude of associated conditions are present with chronic disease syndromes. Myotherapy and therapeutic massage are effective treatments that are often overlooked by patients with conditions ranging from diabetes and fibromyalgia to spinal stenosis and cystic fibrosis. Myotherapy techniques encompass treatments for injuries, rehabilitation, chronic disease and issues related to pregnancy and nursing.
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