Book in now for your complementary Myotherapy or Physiotherapy session:

 

1 x 1-1 Myotherapy or Physiotherapy session* for Completion Club members

If you have completed 13 weeks (26 sessions)

 

2 x 1-1 Myotherapy or Physiotherapy sessions* for 12 Month Club members

If you have completed 12 months (104 sessions) or more

Book in now for your complementary Myotherapy or Physiotherapy treatment session.

What is Myotherapy?

Myotherapy is the evidence-based assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions.

This may involve a variety of techniques including soft tissue manipulation, trigger point therapy and dry needling to name a few. The treatments are holistic and may assist you becoming and maintaining a more mobile and active self.

If you’ve been thinking about trying a Myotherapy session now is the perfect time!

Book your bonus sessions at reception or call us on 9857 0644!
*Must complete 2 paid sessions per week before redeeming Free extra sessions. All FREE club member offers can only be used as a third session of the week and must be stated as a FREE club booking at the time of making the appointment.Available for appointments up to and including 01/06/19.

Want to know more?

If you want more information on our new sock policy or would like to book for a FREE full body assessment with one of our Physiotherapists or Exercise Physiologists, call us on 9857 0644 or email us at admin@md-health.websitepro.hosting

Author: Michael Dermansky

Michael has now been working in physiotherapy for over 20 years, since graduating from Melbourne University in 1998 and is even more passionate about getting the best outcomes for clients than he was then.Michael is always studying and looking for new and innovative ways to improve the service at MD Health, including and not limited to the ideas from the fitness industry and great customer service companies. In his spare moments, he loves spending time with his two children, Sebastian and Alexander and hopefully taking them skiing more and more often.

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