Type of institution: Registered Training Organisation
Myotherapy is considered to be the evidence base assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions (Myotherapy Association Australia, 2018). The term ‘Myotherapy’ comes from the Greek word ‘myo’ or ‘muscle’, and Clinical Myotherapy is now a system of healthcare that focuses on the treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal pain (pain in the muscles, nerves and joints). Its methods of physical and orthopaedic assessment share some similarities with other manual therapy disciplines such as Physiotherapy and Osteopathy. However, Clinical Myotherapy can have greater reliance on physical soft tissue treatment methods that accompany a complete treatment plan.
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