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Clinical myotherapy offers beneficial treatment and injury prevention for a wide range of sporting injuries. Whether your involved with an elite sporting club or exercising socially, your injury will be handled professionally and efficiently.










When your muscles are tight, they are much more vulnerable to injury. A healthy muscle absorbs shock and impact all day during normal activities and high intensity exercise. When a muscle is tight, rather then dispersing shock as a wave throughout itself, a lot of stress is placed on certain parts of the muscle, and the bones where they attach. This is painful but can also cause muscle spasm and tears. An example of tight muscles being too tight to absorb impact is shin splints.


Some of the most common sports injuries we treat include:

  • Muscle strains or tears (including trapezius or traps, bicep, rotator cuff, lower back, hamstring, quadriceps, groin (adductors) and calves.

  • Tendon injuries including achilles, biceps, tennis elbow, hamstring strain, patellar (knee cap) pain and ankle pain.

  • Acute neck and back injuries

  • Shin splints or compartment syndrome (and forearm splints)

  • Ligament injuries including acute knee injuries or ankle sprains

  • Bursitis of the shoulder, elbow or hip

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Acromioclavicular (AC) joint sprain

  • Knee and ankle injuries

  • Shoulder, elbow and wrist injuries


Clinical myotherapists diagnose and treat the body as a whole and can determine the difference between a local injury and a biomechanical issue causing a much broader issue.

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