Massage Therapy

What is Clinical Myotherapy?

Clinical Myotherapy is an evidence-based treatment of physical therapy. Clinical Myotherapist are degree qualified practitioners that specialise in all musculoskeletal conditions where they learn how to assess, treat & apply rehabilitation exercises, all with factoring in your lifestyle needs and personal goals!

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New Patients

My practice focuses on finding the cause of an injury &/or pain and developing an effective and efficient treatment to return back to your optimal physical health & well being.

When you visit my practice, you're treated by myself Robert Montagnese a currently practicing Clinical Myotherapist, a bachelor qualified Musculoskeletal specialist I will provide a complete consultation to ensure you're given the utmost results to get back to basics, with my experience I will enable to provide fast results to reduce your pain and be at your best. 


ATEM Health has HICAPS, so you are able to claim your consultation on your private health with Myotherapy depending on your level of cover. 

  1. Complete review of medical history.

  2. Detailed physical examination (this includes postural status and functional testing).

  3. Treatment of cause and symptoms.

  4. Development of a treatment plan including corrective exercises based on your targeted area/s.

The mindset of individual clients may be further discussed to determine emotional stress or thought process that may be triggering the tension or stress within the musculoskeletal system.

Conditions Treated

We treat a range of different musculoskeletal conditions, these include issues from sporting, degenerative, occupational and musculoskeletal complaints that include:

  • Sports Injuries

  • Low back pain

  • Hip pain

  • Knee Issues

  • Ankle injuries 

  • Shin Splints

  • Muscle & Tendon Strains 

  • Ligament Sprains & Ruptures

  • Shoulder Pain

  • Tendinopathy

  • Osteoarthritis


Some of the techniques used in treatment include.

The different techniques used in a treatment are used to assist with relief of pain and can better help facilitate the recovery process. 

  • Deep Tissue Massage  

  • Joint Mobilisation 

  • Dry Needling 

  • Cupping 

  • PNF Stretching 

  • MET - Muscle Energy Technique, active engagement with muscles to isometrically contract them to relieve of pain & improve range of motion.

  • Active Age & Falls prevention

  • Chronic pain 

  • Low back pain

  • Bulging disc

  • Sciatica

  • Stenosis

  • Headaches

  • Neck pain

  • Tennis/Golfers Elbow

Lifting Dumbbell


A vital part in giving you the long term goals you need. 

All exercise/rehab plans are specifically tailored to the individuals needs.

Whether you are someone that needs simple basic movements to get you out of low back pain, a return to sport athlete that needs strength and conditioning following time away from sport or from a recent injury or a senior that wants to be able to remain strong in your older age or a new mother suffering from shoulder &/or wrist pain. 

We tailor your exercise plans to suit your current lifestyle!