New MMRM Location Opening in East Melbourne

New MMRM Location Opening in East Melbourne

Melbourne Myotherapy & Remedial Massage is pleased to announce its opening of a new branch out in inner Melbourne, now offering clinical myotherapy & remedial massage in East Melbourne. From acute to chronic pain, everyday tension or just relaxation, our...
New MMRM Location Opening in Eltham

New MMRM Location Opening in Eltham

Melbourne Myotherapy & Remedial Massage is pleased to announce its opening of a new branch out in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, now offering remedial massage in Eltham. We understand there is a demand for soft tissue work in these changing times – more...

How To Choose The Right Myotherapist For You

With so many therapy options on offer, particularly in the field of myotherapy in Melbourne, it can become quite daunting when it comes to deciding who to approach and where to go. Here are Melbourne Myotherapy and Remedial Massage, we pride ourselves in the skill,...
What is Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylalgia)?

What is Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylalgia)?

With the Australian Open officially kicking off and summer bringing it’s A-game, it’s not  uncommon to see a surge of friendly social tennis matches happening at the local tennis courts, all across the country. With the increase of tennis being played, there also the...
What is DOMS?

What is DOMS?

“DOMS” is a term thrown around by gym goers, fitness enthusiasts, athletes and health and fitness professionals all the time, sometimes incorrectly, but what exactly is it and what does it mean? What is DOMS? DOMS stands for ‘delayed-onset muscle soreness’ and is most...

Neck and Remedial Massage

Neck pain is something that everyone, particularly in this day and age with the rise of mobile phones and technology, will experience in their lifetime. Causes are plentiful and can range from poor posture to sleeping on a non-supportive pillow to neurological...
Remedial Massage for Acute Lower Back Pain

Remedial Massage for Acute Lower Back Pain

Since 1990, disability due to back pain has risen by more than 50% with around 25% of Australians suffering from low back pain. Almost all cases of lower back pain that is presented in primary health care has no specific cause or source of pain, making it difficult to...