Myotherapy for Athletes
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Myotherapy for Athletes

Myotherapy for Athletes

Myotherapy for Athletes

Remedial massage and myotherapy can treat a variety of injuries that may occur as a result of exercise, training, or sport. Myotherapy for athletes can also improve recovery time and prevent future injuries from occurring.

Common sports injuries that we treat include:

  • Sprains and strains
  • Tendinopathies
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Knee injuries
  • DOMS (Delayed onset muscle soreness)


Myotherapists have a thorough knowledge of the anatomy of the human body and are familiar with the effects of strenuous exercise on the musculoskeletal system of athletes. Myotherapists assess and treat pain and injury that may affect movement, mobility, and performance.

Benefits of remedial massage and myotherapy for athletes include:

  • Improved joint range of motion, stability, and flexibility
  • Assist with recovery by loosening up tight areas
  • Decreased muscle stiffness and fatigue
  • Manage old and reoccurring injuries
  • Improved sense of physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing


Incorporating regular sports massage and myotherapy in your training program is important in maintaining physical health. General maintenance to prevent injuries is usually recommended every 3-4 weeks while more intense training schedules see athletes coming in once or twice a week.


Here at Western Myotherapy, our goal is to work with you to achieve your health and fitness goals. Contact us at (03) 8001 2041 or book online at to get started today.

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