Myotherapy is fast becoming another therapy option for individuals with ASD and its easy to see why. It improves muscle and soft tissue strength, provides hard pressure feedback and like all other forms of massage it can be quite relaxing to the recipient.
* You should always consult with Myotherapist and / or Occupational Therapist before first beginning any new treatment therapy.
- Myotherapy is a manual therapy that assesses and treats muscle dysfunction and pain with the purpose of restoring optimal function and movement. Myotherapists manipulate the muscles and connective tissues to normalise muscle length, strength, tension and co-ordination between muscles, the joints they work across and the other systems of the body.
Myotherapists only use ‘soft-tissue’ techniques and do not manipulate or ‘crack’ joints. Although the techniques are applied in a specific manner, depending on each individual’s condition, myotherapy is a ‘whole-body’ treatment system that looks at how all the body segments are interacting.
Who can benefit?
- - Those suffering from pain associated with strain and stress.
- Those suffering pain or dysfunction associated with poor posture.
- Those who wish to maintain good function and movement or reduce the risk of stress and strain on the musculoskeletal system.
- Those suffering from chronic conditions affecting mobility.
- Information courtesy of Eltham Myotherapy Clinic. To find out more: http://www.elthammyotherapyclinic.com.au/index.html
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