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rEMEDIAL Massage

Massage Therapy is one of the oldest known forms of therapy. It has gained popularity over the years due to its perceived safety and effectiveness in supporting the body’s natural healing powers. Massage has been used throughout human history and is considered one of the oldest forms of medical treatment.

In the 18th and 19th centuries, massage became popular in Europe thanks to the influence of a Swede. This led to the founding of “Swedish Massage.” By the end of the 19th century, massage had become a popular medical treatment for eminent surgeons, cardiologists, and physicians. During the First World War, massage was used extensively to treat nerve injuries and shell shock.

Massage therapy can help you physically, mentally, and emotionally. Physically, it is designed to stretch and loosen your muscles, improve blood flow and lymph movement, help remove metabolic waste products, and increase oxygen and nutrient flow to your cells and tissues. Massage also stimulates the release of endorphins, which are your body’s natural painkillers. Mentally, massage therapy provides a relaxed state of alertness, reduces mental stress, and enhances your ability to think calmly and creatively. Emotionally, massage therapy satisfies your need for a caring and nurturing touch, creates a sense of well-being, and reduces anxiety.

Your Consult: 
When you visit our clinic, we’ll guide you through a brief questionnaire to get to know you and your needs better. Our massage therapists will then have a brief consultation with you before commencing treatment. They’ll discuss your needs, desires, and relevant medical history to ensure your safety. 

You can then relax in the comfort of our clinical rooms while we ease your aches and pains away. Our massage therapists have been trained in anatomy, massage therapy techniques, first aid, and CPR. They use their hands or other parts of their arms to apply massage techniques that positively impact your well-being.


Myotherapists are multi-skilled practitioners whose treatments focus on the preventative, corrective, and rehabilitative phases of therapy to maintain and achieve the normal integrity of the body’s muscles.

Myo” is Greek for muscle, and a Myotherapist is a muscle therapist. They treat musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. Several contributing factors, such as sporting or occupational injuries, surgical procedures, poor posture or incorrect biomechanical functioning, may cause these conditions.

Myotherapists use a wide variety of techniques to help reduce pain and regain normal muscular function, which may include assisted stretching, dry needling, exercise advice, joint mobilisation, movement and strength analysis, myofascial cupping, pain education, postural analysis, soft tissue massage and mobilisation.

Myotherapy may assist in the symptoms of many conditions, such as: Arthritis, Asthma, Back Pain, Carpel Tunnel Symptoms, Disease Preventing Proper Muscle Function, Fibromyalgia, Foot Pain, Joint Pain, Menstrual Cramps, Migraines & Headaches, Muscle Spasms & Cramps, Neck & Shoulder Pain & Tightness, Reduced Muscle Strength / Range of Motion, Sciatica, Sports Injuries, Tension from Stress, TMJ Dysfunction and Whiplash.


Your Consult: 
Initial consultations are 60 minutes. A review consultation may be between 30-60 minutes, depending on the complexity of your condition. The consult will usually involve a thorough assessment, where the therapist will ask questions relating to your goals and assess the movement of your joints and the strength of specific muscles. 

Your therapist will provide information about your condition and advice on appropriate exercises and stretches, hot and cold therapy, taping or activities to avoid. Your therapist may use various hands-on techniques to decrease pain and restore normal mobility. Whilst Myotherapy techniques can be powerful, they can also be quite gentle, and through the consultation, the therapist will ensure you are comfortable.