Matthew Grosser is a qualified Myotherapist trained at RMIT University in Melbourne. He specialises in treating chronic musculoskeletal pain, postural dysfunction, nerve pain (sciatica, sports injuries and low back pain.
Enthusiastic and compelled to help those in need Matthew aims to find the answers to your problems drawing on his own knowledge as well as his colleagues. The goal is always to find and fix not just the symptoms but the cause of your problem as well.
Although dysfunctional tissue is can be hypersensitive to pain or pressure Matthew will tailor his treatment plan and techniques to what best suits you. Some of Matthew’s treatment methods include:
· In depth Assessment
· Muscle and nerve testing
· Dry needling and trigger point
· Deep tissue release
· Joint mobilisation
· Myofascial trigger point therapy
What can Myotherapy be used to treat?
As ‘Myo’ is the prefix for muscle Matt specialises in muscular based pathologies but regularly treats a variety of other soft tissue issues. Some of these include:
· RSI injuries
· Postural dysfunction
· Muscular imbalances
· Stiff joints
· Nerve pain (sciatica)
· Low back pain
· Sacroiliac Joint dysfunction
· Tension headaches
· Sports injuries
· Musculoskeletal dysfunction
· Migraines and neck pain
What is Myotherapy?
Myotherapy is a form of physical therapy used to treat dysfunctional soft tissue within the body to decrease pain and improve movement patterns. The philosophy of Myotherapy is founded on Western medical principles including anatomy, physiology and biomechanics
· Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy
· Diploma of Remedial Massage
· Certificate 4 in Massage Therapy
· Certificate 3 & 4 in Fitness
Matthew is a member of AAMT (Australian Association of Massage Therapists).
He is registered with major health funds and his patients are eligible for private insurance rebates on consultations
AACMA Membership No. 029275