Shop 2, 190 Jells Road, Wheelers Hill, 3150 VIC

Remedial Massage

Remedial Massage is an important part of restoring function and health of the body. Conveniently located in Wheelers Hill, Living Health Group’s remedial massage therapist is fully trained to maximise function, restore movement patterns and to enable the body to function at optimal capacity.

Our therapist is experienced in providing remedial massage therapy, offering the following benefits:

  • Improve sporting performance
  • Improve movement and function of the body
  • Ease tension, stress and fatigue

Who Do We See?

  • Athletes needing injury rehabilitation
  • Experiencing large amounts of stress and pressure at your workplace
  • Experiencing neck and back pain whilst in sitting at your desk
  • Experiencing neck and back pain from poor posture

What To Expect From a Remedial Massage Appointment?

Restore your body’s movement and function by visiting Living Health Group’s clinic in Wheelers Hill, situated in Melbourne’s south-east.

+ What is the Difference Between Myotherapy and Remedial Massage?

While massage is a tool myotherapists use, remedial massage focuses almost solely on the hands-on side of treatment. This is great for general short-term symptom/tension relief, but in most cases, there are several factors contributing to your pain, myotherapy aims to tackle all of these to teach you how to manage your symptoms and keep them away for good.

+ What is Remedial Massage?

Remedial massage is a treatment focused on finding areas of muscle dysfunction and using massage to help restore function back to those areas. This is usually complemented by take home stretches and education on ergonomics

+ How Much Does Remedial Massage Cost?

The price for a remedial massage session can be found below: 
- 45 Minutes: $90 

+ How Much Does Remedial Massage Cost?

Remedial massage is a treatment focused on finding areas of muscle dysfunction and using massage to help restore function back to those areas. This is usually complemented by take home stretches and education on ergonomics

+ How Often Should you Get Remedial Massage?

Remedial massage involves a thorough history and movement analysis, this helps your practitioner find any areas that need some attention. This is followed by massage and some take home stretches/mobility exercises. Ideally a maintenance remedial massage should be performed regularly.

Living Health Group is a team of passionate practitioners who are driven to help you improve your performance and achieve your health goals.

How can we help you today?