‘For Optimal Painfree Movement'
Katie is also a clinical supervisor for RMIT Myotherapy students and international physiotherapy students and is currently studying for her Masters degree in Musculo-skeletal Management.
Myotherapy is a multi-skilled physical therapy ‘muscle therapy' with in the Allied Health Profession.
Myotherapy is applied in the preventative, corrective and rehabilitative phases of therapy to restore and maintain the normal integrity of the soft tissue structures (muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia) of the human body.
Fully Qualified and Registered Myotherapist's are trained to high standards in the care of soft tissue structures of the human body and it's consequential biomechanical and injurious effect on the skeleton, including joint pathology.
Palpation and hands-on skills are a hallmark of the Myotherapy profession.
Myotherapist's place great emphasis on the importance of the ‘feel' and ‘integrity' of the tissue and structure in the body and it's deviations from the ‘norm'.
Depending on the particular problem, a Myotherapist may use a combination of the following:
With a great level of Golf specific Anatomical and Physiological knowledge base, Myotherapist's within the Melbourne Golf Injury Clinic (Dandenong Back & Sports Therapy Clinic), and associated companies, are highly trained to treat and physically train golfers of all levels and ages.
Golf is a physically demanding activity, which requires the body to maintain and sequence muscles in the correct capacity over a prolonged period of time and with great finesse.
Myotherapy can be implemented extremely effectively in the physical treatment, maintenance and re-training of the body specifically to the demands of each golfing body type and game plan.
Biomechanical mishaps, associated with topping the golf ball either with poor technique or muscle tightness can occur. With treatment the body is able to restore and maintain the normal integrity of the musculo-skeletal structures of the human body, thus allowing full pelvic rotation, extension through the spine and correct spine angle.Below is a lateral view of a professional golfer with a neck complaint during his set up.
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