Myotherapy

A rotator cuff tear is defined as a tear within your shoulders rotator cuff tendons. It is most commonly caused by either trauma from a fall or lifting a heavyweight. As only a few millimetres are separating your tendons from the bone, any additional swelling...

Sever's Disease occurs when excessive forces cause injury to the growth plate of the heel in early adolescence and is one of the most common causes of heel pain in active children. The injury usually occurs during adolescence when kids reach early puberty and have...

The Meniscus Tear  Your meniscus is a shock absorber that allows our knees to absorb large amounts of force when active. By absorbing these forces your meniscus ensures that your bone surfaces are not damaged. Additionally, the meniscus is important for rotational stability of your knee....

Young athletes and adults are pushing themselves harder than ever before. Striving for the perfect body shape, elite strength, speed and technique. The harder we work the more important it is to take the time to properly plan to avoid injury and recover efficiently. Thankfully, there is...