Health connection SY Myotherapists are myofascia and soft tissue specialists. The soft tissue of the body refers to muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia. Myotherapists will assess and treat pain and dysfunction in the body based on the effect these tissues have on patients presenting concerns or injuries; and also the effect that these presenting concerns or injuries may have on the soft tissue.

What is myotherapy?

Myotherapy treatment is directed towards the tissue structures to ensure that muscle quality is maintained to allow for optimal movement and function while aiding in pain relief and correcting body dysfunction which may be preventing the recovery of an injury.

Myotherapy can be effective at any stage of a concern or injury, be it corrective, rehabilitative or preventative.

What modalities are used to treat?

  • Myofascial Cupping Therapy 

  • Dry Needling 

  • Remedial Massage

  • Corrective Exercises

What do myotherapists help with?

  • Repetitive strain injuries

  • Headaches

  • Back pain

  • Neck pain and stiffness

  • Tennis elbow

  • Shoulder Pain

  • Knee pain

  • Shin splints

  • Sports injuries

  • Muscle aches

When should you see a myotherapist?

If you have pain or dysfunction that may be caused by the muscles such as Myofascial / Soft Tissue pain ( often described as a deep ache, tightness or tenderness) then a Myotherapist can help.

Your next step

Get rid of the pain for good, feel better, and get back to living a full and healthy life. Simply call us on 0413 297 801 or book online.


Thea McMahon - Myotherapist & Remedial Massage

Thea has completed her study’s as a Remedial massage therapist and a Myotherapist at RMIT University. She has a strong belief in the healing and nurturing aspects of manual therapy as a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. 
Her passion with the industry comes from her own experiences with sporting achievements and injury rehabilitation and this gives her a unique angle in regards to treatment and injury prevention.  
Education is a big part of her practice as she believes this leads to longevity. 
Thea has had a wide range of experiences with ALF placements to the performing arts but her passion lies with sports performance and rehabilitation. 
She specialises in deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, cupping, myofascial dry needling, fascial release, joint mobility and activation exercises

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