Orthopaedic Massage - A Structural Approach to Pain Management

Orthopaedic Massage involves therapeutic assessment, manipulation and movement of locomotor soft tissues to reduce or eliminate pain and dysfunction.

A unique multidisciplinary approach is utilised to restore structural balance throughout the body which prevention and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal dysfunctions, chronic pain and sports injuries.

An assessment will include functional assessment, myofascial release, cross fibre gliding strokes, neuromuscular therapy, scar tissue mobilization techniques, fascia stretching, neuromuscular re-education, strengthening, and specific client home care protocols.

Lower Body

Orthopaedic Massage addresses pelvic stabilization and lower extremity injuries. The conditions covered include:

Upper Body

Orthopaedic Massage addresses pelvic stabilization and upper extremity injuries. The conditions covered include:

Client Self-Care

Clients will be given an individually designed home care program based on the assessment and treatment for their specific condition. They will then be educated to eliminate dysfunctions due to trauma, repetitive motions and poor postural patterns. Thus maintaining whole body balance.