Myotherapy for Osteoarthritis Pain Relief
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Myotherapy for Osteoarthritis Pain Relief

Myotherapy for Osteoarthritis Pain Relief

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. Often, the pain associated with this condition can be severe enough to interfere with day-to-day activities. Fortunately, myotherapy can provide relief from the aches and pains of osteoarthritis. Let’s look at how myotherapy works and how it can help manage osteoarthritis symptoms.


Myotherapy is a type of physical therapy that involves the use of deep tissue massage, stretching, and other manual techniques in order to relieve pain and promote healing. When it comes to osteoarthritis specifically, myotherapy has been known to reduce inflammation around joints and lessen pain.

Myotherapy helps to improve circulation within the joints, which can reduce swelling and stiffness. This improved circulation also helps to supply more oxygenated blood to the area. This aids in healing soft tissues like muscles and tendons that surround the joints affected by osteoarthritis.

Overall, myotherapy provides an effective complementary treatment for relieving joint pain due its ability to target both soft tissue imbalances as well as improving circulation throughout the entire body – not just around arthritic joints – leading to better overall health outcomes for those living with this condition!

Here at Western Myotherapy, our goal is to work with you to help with relieving pain related to osteoarthritis. While remedial massage can temporarily alleviate pain after one session, a regular treatment plan with a qualified Myotherapist or Remedial Massage Therapist will be more beneficial for individuals managing this chronic condition.

If you are experiencing osteoarthritis, contact your GP to ensure that we can work together to achieve your goals. Contact us at (03) 8001 2041 today!

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