We offer a range of specialist massage services that complements physiotherapy treatment.
Massage can help to enhance sporting performance, relieve pain and promote relaxation through the whole body. Our approach and application is completely personalised and we allow extra time either side of your 1-hour appointment so you can speak to your experienced therapist about your individual needs.
Remedial Massage/Soft Tissue Therapy (STT)
This involves the use of various hands-on techniques such as Trigger Point Therapy & Myofascial Release. This may incorporate techniques such as active and passive movement and assisted stretching.
Our Massage Therapists use remedial techniques in a sport specific setting to assist sports performance and enhance recovery.
Incorporates various techniques designed to relax, de-stress and release soft tissue tension. Great for stress and anxiety management, and to assist general well-being.
Lymphatic Drainage (MLD)
This is a gentle superficial technique which involves using direction specific massage to increase lymphatic flow and enhance detoxification. MLD is great for reducing swelling during the acute injury phase and can reduce congestion/swelling post-surgery or after the removal of lymph nodes.
Our therapists are experienced in working with pregnant women to provide relief from the pain, discomfort and fluid congestion commonly experienced during pregnancy.
The benefits of massage include;
/ Pain relief from soft tissue injuries and conditions, eg – headaches, neck & back pain
/ Improved soft tissue & joint function
/ Improved postural & movement awareness
/ Reduced stiffness & efficiency of movement
/ Injury management & prevention
/ Enhanced post-exercise recovery
/ Stress relief and anxiety management
/ Enhanced tissue nutrition and detoxification via increased blood & lymph circulation
Private Health Insurance Rebates for Massage
We are able to process health fund claims electronically through the HICAPS system for Remedial Massage Treatments.
Please note that not all health funds are currently listed on the HICAPS system for Remedial Massage and you will need to check if your personal extras cover extends to remedial massage.