Category: Patient care

Posts and information about Patient Care from our Myotherapists and Musculoskeletal Specialists at the Musculoskeletal Co.

Why Myotherapy?

Myotherapy Treatment at The Musculoskeletal Co.

So why Myotherapy? Although Myotherapy originally evolved out of the massage industry it has developed into it’s own industry with a far greater scope of practice. Sore Muscles? Aches and pains giving… read more

2017 Christmas Opening Hours

Opening hours at The Musculoskeletal Co. through Christmas, New Year and the first few weeks of January will be slightly different to normal, but I will be open for bookings throughout that time, including… read more

E.T.U Staff Offer 2017

Thanks for taking up the opportunity the E.T.U has given you over the last few months of coming down for a myotherapy treatment session. I hope you’ve enjoyed the experience and are feeling… read more

Why I don’t use Cupping

Before you all start ringing me up asking for cupping after seeing Michael Phelps win his 19th OLYMPIC GOLD medal whilst looking like he’d become entangled with an octopus, there’s a couple… read more

Should I use heat or ice?

I sat down to write a nice simple article titled ‘should I use heat or ice‘ on your aches and pains and I’ve ended up down a rabbit hole of myths, legends, half… read more

Masters Swimming Special

The 2016 Masters Swimming Australia National Championships are taking place in Melbourne from Thursday 21st April until Sunday 24th April. For those of you competing, The Musculoskeletal Co. has a SPECIAL OFFER! Book a pre-event… read more

Treat yourself

  Something often asked in the clinic, is what can you do at home in between treatments to keep your body supple and hopefully avoid having to come in in the first… read more

Myotherapy sponsorship opportunity

UPDATE: Applications close FRIDAY 04/03/2016 Want to be sponsored by The Musculoskeletal Co.? An opportunity exists for 4 people/athletes to have myotherapy sponsorships from The Musculoskeletal Co.  and I’m using the term ‘athlete’… read more

Dry Needling

What is dry needling? Dry Needling involves the insertion of a small thin needle into the skin and underlying tissue of a specific area. It is increasingly used in the management of… read more