The fact is Myotherapy is so much more interesting than bad backs and stiff joints. And we have the most interesting facts to help you educate your followers on social media.
For Myotherapists, the Myotherapy Facts Bundle is the perfect way to promote Myotherapy as a treatment.
Remember, facts alone are always headline-turners. Turn them into powerful visuals and you’ve got a bundle of attention-grabbing pictures, worth more than a thousand words.
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Inside The Bundle
The Myotherapy Facts Bundle includes 20 beautiful images. Here’s a closer look at what’s inside:
- Myotherapy is a form of physical therapy used to treat or prevent soft tissue pain and restricted joint movement caused by muscle or myofascia dysfunction.
- Myotherapy was developed by Bonnie Prudden, an American exercise and fitness expert.
- Myotherapists use a range of techniques to restore and maintain the normal integrity of the soft tissue structures such as muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia.
- Myotherapy uses techniques such as massage, trigger point therapy, stretching, corrective exercises, cupping, dry needling and assessment.
- Using palpation skills, myotherapists can identify trigger points and deactivate them using various soft tissue manipulation techniques.
- Myotherapists treat the cause and the symptoms of a wide range of conditions.
- Most people seek myotherapy treatment when suffering from aches and pains, though many receive treatment to prevent injury.
- The philosophy of myotherapy is founded on Western medical principles including anatomy, physiology and biomechanics.
- Myotherapy was developed by American, Bonnie Prudden, in the 1970s as a system of treating painful and dysfunctional muscles and soft tissue.
- It is the job of a myotherapist to restore the muscular working system to good working order.
- A thorough examination by a myotherapist means that once the cause is identified, it can be located and corrected, reducing your symptoms and helping to prevent it coming back again.
- One of the most common conditions treated by a myotherapist is that of trigger points.
- Myotherapy is used to treat a wide range of conditions, including:
- Tennis / Golfer’s Elbow
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Lower back pain
- Headaches and neck pains
- Muscle strains and sprains
- Muscle spasms
- Myotherapy can be beneficial for anyone who suffers from most types of musculoskeletal pain.
- One reason why myotherapy is so effective is because myotherapists address pain presentations due to trigger-point formation.
- One of the strengths of myotherapy is the fact that there are so many techniques that can be used.
- The term “myotherapy” was originally coined by Bonnie Prudden to describe a specific type of trigger point therapy, which she developed in the 1970s.
- Myotherapists take into account all aspects of health and wellness to treat patients – the physical, psychological and occupational aspects of the individual.
- Myotherapists are trained manual therapy professionals in the field of myofascial pain and dysfunction.
- Myotherapists assess and treat the connective tissue (muscle, tendons, ligaments, joint capsules, tissue coverings) using mostly direct ‘hands-on’ techniques.