Pain Relief Clinic
MyoThrive offers Clinical Myotherapy, Remedial Massage and Shockwave Therapy to relieve your pain quickly and effectively. We pride ourselves on achieving long lasting results by getting to the root cause of your pain. We love catering to busy people with our short appointment options so you can spend more time with the people you love or doing the activities you love!
Our Point Of Difference
MyoThrive are degree qualified Clinical Myotherapists (or training to be) so rest assured you are getting world class therapy whether you choose Myotherapy, Massage or Shockwave to help your pain.
All MyoThrive practitioners have extra qualifications such as dry needling, cupping therapy, rehab exercise and shockwave therapy. The ability to combine modalities as needed or use something different to suit a person’s previous experiences leads to exceptional results. P.S – we all have amazing hands on skills too!
For Busy People
We know life is busy! That’s why we have divided our bookings into the amount of time it usually takes per pain complaint. For examle if you have a sore foot, do you really want an hour long appointment? This allows you to go spend time doing what you love, it also means we run on time!
Learn Your Pain
Many of our customers comment on the education side of what we do. We will explain the root cause of your pain, why it’s happening and how you can play an active role in helping reduce your pain so your body doesn’t become reliant on treatment. Our customers often comment on this point of difference – they love that they know how to help themselves feel better.
what conditions do we help with?
We help a wide range of pain and restriction complaints including
- Tight muscles from exercise
- Muscle tear & injury
- Wrist pain & conditions
- Low back pain
- Disc Bulge
- Scoliosis, Kyphosis & Lordosis of the spine
- Tennis & Golfers Elbow
- Tendonopathy & tendon tears
- Pinched nerve
- Shoulder dysfunction or pain
- Neck pain
- Overuse Injury (RSI)
- Knee pain or clicking
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
- Headache / Migraine
- Sporting Injuries
- Ankle pain or clicking
- Poor posture
- Facet joint iritation
- Hip & Groin pain
- Pregnancy associated pain such as SIJ & pubic symphysis pain
Our team of Clinical Myotherapists all have extra training both in house and formally to quickly restore movement and reduce pain followed by a focus on prevention for long lasting results. Understanding your pain and learning simple ways of relieving your pain yourself is a big part of this.
Skye enjoys helping with lower limb issues, tendon related pain and anything sports related. Skye is a remedial massage therapist who is currently undergoing her degree in Clinical Myotherapy. She loves the challenge of a good ultra marathon!
Sarah loves helping everyone from athletic kids, new mums and retirees to help them feel great and continue to enjoy spending time with family, run around after kids and grandkids and continue sport or activities they love.
Daniel enjoys helping sports related
injuries, back, neck, shoulder pain and headaches. Daniel is a Clinical Myotherapist with great hands on skills! Outside of work he loves playing basketball and watching the Tigers have a good win.
Want long lasting pain relief?
We are the experts when it comes to getting to the root cause of pain. We use up to date techniques to get you out of pain quickly and we educate you about your pain to stop it from coming back again and again. We’d love to offer you a free discovery session to see if Clinical Myotherapy is suitable for you. Book below or call 1300 696 848.
We Have Experience With…
Dry needling works very quickly on the nervous system to stop the pain and contraction cycle. If there’s an area in spasm it’s one of our go to methods to help calm down your pain so you can start moving better.
Hands on Therapy
As Myotherapists our forte was traditionally being hands on with therapy. We haven’t lost our touch here at MyoThrive however we do use less hands on methods as we know so many things that work better both in the treatment room and in the research. We use trigger point therapy, pain and injury massage and mobilistaion of joints and muscles to increase blood flow, calm your pain complaint and help you to move better.
Cupping is fantastic for releasing tight fascia that prevents the muscle from being able to relax properly. Fascia encases the muscles and is connected all over the body. Latest research shows it has more of a connection with the nervous system than the muscle so we want to make sure it’s in tip top shape. A key way to know if your fascia is a problem? Is the pain sharp when you press on an area versus dull? We predominently use active cupping where we slide the cup or move your body part. This works much better for fascia than the traditional method of sitting the cups until the big bruises show up. We also use plastic cups with no fire, so it’s very safe.
Here at MyoThrive we all have extra training in movement therapy and we do fortnightly training sessions together where we get to learn from each other on stuff we’ve recently learnt or great results where getting from a particular method. We use the McKenzie Method and Mulligan Methods quite a bit for releasing pain related to the protective mechansisms that occur with pain. We have found time and time again that this is a quick and effective method at resolving pain and once we find the right movement and dose you can continue to treat yourself! We also love mobilistaion techniques and Clinical Pilates movements to free stuck areas and get you moving properly again!
So many people now associate the word “exercise” with negative images of someone slogging it out on a tredmil or lifting weights that are too heavy. Here at MyoThrive the word “exercise” has a much more holistic meaning. Basically we want you to be stronger than your pain but we also work with a lot of busy people so we are going to keep it really targeted on exactly what you need to get better the quickest possible way. If you love the gym and sport we can absolutely adapt your program to assist in this way but if you don’t have time to do 10 exercises a day, lets keep it simple and test what you need to do to improve first!