Body To Balance: /Myotherapy

Level 1, Suite 8
1091 Stud Road
Rowville Victoria 3178

(03) 8288 1937


Clinical myotherapy involves the use of advanced hands on manual techniques and a variety of other treatment techniques to reduce muscle tension and trigger points associated with aches and pains, sports and occupational injury, and muscular dysfunction. A wide variety of techniques are used including:

  • Soft tissue therapy/ Trigger point therapy/ Myofascial release
  • Joint mobilisation
  • Myofascial dry needling
  • Movement Assessment Technology (MAT)
  • Thermal therapies
  • TENS machine
  • Postural assessment and correction
  • Corrective exercises (stretches, strength)
  • Diet and nutritional advice.

Myotherapy is applied to restore and maintain muscle integrity of the soft tissue structures (muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia) as well as joint and nerve functioning. Pain or symptoms caused by muscle (myo) or fascia is described as myofascial. Myofascial pain is usually poorly localised and is often described by the patient as a 'deep ache', 'tightness' or 'tenderness' in an area. It often varies in intensity and radiates to other areas in the body.

Myotherapists are Independent Allied Health Practitioners who treat many of the same conditions regularly seen in community settings by chiropractors and physiotherapists. They offer a clinical approach that involves a thorough whole body patient history, examination, diagnosis and specialised treatment plan depending on the patient and their condition

Conditions myotherapy can help with include:

  • Muscle/ joint/ nerve pain
  • Pregnancy pre/post natal complaints
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome. fibromyalgia
  • Headaches/ migraines
  • Associated joint and vertebral dysfunction and pain.
  • Neck and shoulder tension
  • Sporting and occupational injuries
  • Knee, leg, shin, foot and ankle pains.
  • Lower back pain and Sciatica
  • Hand and finger pain and/or numbness
  • Pre and post natal complaints
  • Children growth pain syndromes
  • Arthritis/ Multiple sclerosis
  • Repetitive strain injuries-tendinosis, carpal tunnel, tennis elbow.
  • Bad posture & Postural tension and stiffness

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October 25, 2021

Body to Balance now provides a number of Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) services which include:
• Safe Manual Handling Training
• Workplace Hazard, Risk & Control Assessments
• Ergonomic Workstation Assessments
• Health Screening & Health Monitoring of Employees
• Workplace Treatment & Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
• Injury Management & Return to Work Programs
• Pre-Employment Medical Examinations (through OH&Solutions)

In Victoria the Occupational Health & Safety Act 2004 and the Workplace Injury Rehabilitation & Compensation Act 2013 state an employer has a responsibility to provide a safe working environment and when a worker becomes injured to manage this injury responsibly. Despite being a legal requirement, there is extensive research to indicate that OHS programs result in a healthy workforce that results in a vast number of benefits such as increased productivity, reduced work-related injuries and illnesses, staff loyalty and retention, a positive social climate and is usually more cost effective. Likewise, when OHS controls fail resulting in a work-related injury or illness early workplace identification, treatment and management including assisting a timely and safe return to work plan is effective in reducing the economic costs of the work-related injury or illness to the employer (Ellis, 2001; Waddell 2006; WorkSafe Victoria, 2013; Safework Australia, 2019; Safework Australia, 2020).

For more information on OHS services call 82881937, email, send a message or go to

October 18, 2021

Under the Victorian Government’s Roadmap Phase B (70% Double) from Friday 22nd October 2021 we are open for routine care with the following services available:
• Chiropractic, Myotherapy, Psychology, Exercise Physiology & Dietitian appointments are available face to face and via Telehealth if suitable.
• Podiatry appointments are available face to face.

August 6, 2021

Under Victorian Government’s Lockdown from 8pm Thursday 5th August to 11.59pm Thursday 21st October 2021 we are open for essential allied health care with the following services available:
• Chiropractic appointments are available face to face and via Telehealth if suitable.
• Podiatry appointments are available face to face.
• Dietitian appointments are available via Telehealth and face to face if urgent.
• Psychology, Exercise Physiology & Myotherapy appointments are available via Telehealth.

July 27, 2021

With the easing of the Victorian Government’s Snap Lockdown from today Wednesday 28th July 2021 we are open for routine care with the following services available:
• Chiropractic, dietetics, exercise physiology, psychology & myotherapy appointments are available face to face and via Telehealth if required.
• Podiatry appointments are available face to face.

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