Our therapists offer a wide range of professional soft tissue services including remedial massage, myotherapy, relaxation massage, lymphatic drainage massage, dry needling, cupping, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, sports massage and more.
What is the difference between Remedial Massage and Myotherapy?
There a many differences between remedial massage and myotherapy. Remedial massage includes soft tissue techniques including, relaxation massage, sports massage, remedial massage, trigger point therapy and remedial massage.
Myotherapy includes all of the above remedial massage techniques with the addition of muscle release techniques, dry needling acupuncture, cupping, therapeutic ultrasound, biofeedback and muskuloskeletal injury rehabilitation and management.
At Wellbeing Hawthorn we have several trained and experienced myotherapists and Remedial massage therapists
15 Reasons Why Choose Massage With Us
We have a team of experienced Myotherapists and Remedial Massage Therapists
Our therapists have over 50 years of combined clinical Massage experience
Our appointments are schedule and times to run on time
Open Saturdays and 6 days a week
Clean dedicated massage suites
Open early mornings and until late
All of our Massage therapists are members of the AAMT
Different techniques of Massage and other therapies such as dry needling and cupping
Work in a team alongside 20+ Chiropractors
We accept most private Health insurance
Variety of other products to cohesively help with your conditions
Hicaps and Eftpos machine available
Water based products for massage
Facts about Myotherapists
in order to become a myotherapist you must first be qualified to perform remedial massage
myotherapists may use a broader range of techniques including muscle stretching, dry needling and cupping techniques
the term “myo” means muscle
myotherapists undertake further study which allows them to develop skills in assessment, rehabilitation and other techniques such as ultrasound therapy
Myotherapy can be claimed through private health insurance
Myotherapists can provide treatment to people of all ages and body compositions
Myotherapists often work in a multidisciplinary settings where there are chiropractors, physiotherapists or other allied healthcare workers