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Myotherapists are experts in manual therapy practice, especially in myofascial techniques such as deep tissue massage, fascial stretch therapy, trigger point therapy and more.

All sessions include an assessment, treatment plan, manual therapy, corrective movement, and reassessment.

We Treat

what to expect

The Benefits of Myotherapy

Getting myotherapy treatment can help you overcome pain, stiff muscles and achieve optimal health and well-being.

Where inflammation subsides, circulation surges, and sleep patterns find harmony.

Don’t let pain or discomfort hold you back - invest in your health and start living your best life today.

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Myotherapy Treatment Process


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We start by assessing your needs and identifying points of tension in your body.


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We then treat them through muscular manual therapy to unlock the tension and remove the barrier.


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Through ongoing treatment, we maintain this peak level of performance to ensure you’re optimised to succeed.

About The Spinal Studio

meet the team

A Smarter Approach To Therapy

Our practitioners are experts in getting you back to peak physical and mental condition. They collaborate closely with other treatment areas to offer complementary services that maximise your potential and bring real results.


Remedial massage focuses on treating the symptoms of pain and tension, while myotherapy aims to identify and address the underlying causes of musculoskeletal conditions. Myotherapy utilises a wider range of techniques than remedial massage, including trigger point therapy, dry needling, acupuncture, and cupping.

Myotherapy is a specialised form of massage therapy that utilises various techniques to identify and address the underlying causes of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. This treatment can be highly effective for a range of conditions, including muscle and soft tissue pain, neck and back pain, headaches, and sports injuries. 

Amy at Caboolture (QLD) & Lachlan at Footscray (VIC). 

Myotherapy is not directly covered by Medicare. However, some private health insurance providers may offer coverage for myotherapy services. Please check with your health insurance provider to see if your policy covers myotherapy.

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