Joint Pain Melbourne

Do you suffer from Joint Pain?

Persistent pain that lasts weeks to years.

By definition, Joint pain is a  physical discomfort where two or more bones meet to form a joint, ranging from mild to disabling

The primary symptom is persistent pain that lasts weeks to years.

Common Causes;

Joint pain can have causes that aren't due to underlying disease. Examples include overuse such as heavy physical activity, lack of use, sprains or strains

Myotherapists can certainly help you with your joint pain. If you are suffering from joint pain and nothing else has seem to of helped then the issue should not be ignored and that MyoActive will be able to provide a resolution to your problem.


Joint Pain

 

Joint Pain

Self Treatment:

Exercising regularly may help to decrease pain and increase mobility and flexibility without causing joint damage.

Low-impact activities, ice packs and pain medications may also help.

Pain areas: in the back, knees, hands, elbows and more.

Pain types: Constant, Sharp Pain.

As Myotherapist we will listen to your body, the most important thing is to figure out why they keep occuring and develop a plan of attack to prevent pain from coming back.

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Myotherapy for Joint Pain issues?

MyoActive Myotherapists are trained to thoroughly assess pain and will put together an individualised strength and rehabilitation treatment plan to help relieve pain and restore normal function and movement.

massage or myotherapy session for joint pain can help decrease pain, decrease tension and reduce stress.

Many physiological effects occur during massage for joint pain, the most common being increased temperature, the removal of waste products and increased endorphins, serotonin and dopamine.

Massage also enhances blood flow and thus can aid in the removal of excess lactic acid from muscles, thereby helping alleviate muscle pain.

Myotherapists provide knowledge on corrective exercises for rehabilitation.

Depending on your presentation treatment may include a combination of the following techniques:

  • Manual Therapy techniques (soft and deep tissue massage)
  • Functional Cupping
  • Dry Needling
  • Stretching & Strengthening Program
  • TENS machine
  • Heat & Ice for tendon repair
  • Taping
  • Postural and Corrective Exercises

If you are experiencing joint pain related discomfort, and would like the help of one of our Myotherapists to reduce your symptoms, give us a call on 0422580035 or book online to make an appointment.