Myotherapy works on specific areas of pain and concerns by targeting the immediate pain and issues but will also look at the underlying concerns and causes. Whereas, massage primarily focuses on the immediate pains and concerns that are prevalent.
Myotherapy is the perfect ailment for those who are in need of rehabilitation, correction or preventative care to the soft tissue structures found in the body (tendons, ligaments, fascia, muscles). This could mean relief from back pain, joint pain, headaches and more.
First and foremost, be gentle on the body. You should also drink plenty of fluids to help with muscle recovery. To encourage a better experience get plenty of rest and keep yourself warm.
Your professional therapist will advise you on the recommended sessions based on your issues and desired results. You may start with up to two sessions per week or so and then gradually have fewer and further apart.
Myotherapy costs $105 on average.
Myotherapy sessions take 60 minutes on average.
Myotherapy works on correcting and helping musculoskeletal pain by applying manual manipulation (massage) and holistic behavioural changes, such as posture.