by C. Bailey-Lloyd

Myotherapy - what is it? A trigger-point treatment; myotherapy was developed by Bonnie Pruden, who in her 90s, is still teaching in Arizona. Myotherapy is a unique style of deep muscle therapy. Myotherapy is a combination of diagnostics, treatment and pain management of health disorders and conditions that cause pain and dibilitation of the musculoskeletal system.

Myotherapy is effective for several musculoskeletal disorders such as tendonitis, sciatica, back and neck pain, headaches, injuries caused by trauma, and much more. Myotherapy is also an excellent pain management system that helps targeted health problems like chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, arthritis, and even scoliosis.

Myotherapy is beneficial in that a myotherapist can identify the roots of muscular pain that may affect range of motion. By discovering the source of problematic pain, myotherapy can provide prolonged relief from pain. Additionally, myotherapy can increase movement and flexibility, improve strength and functioning, is non-invasive, cost-effective and is totally natural.

Myotherapy treatment includes massage and soft-tissue mobilization techniques, trigger point management, thermal therapies, myofacial acupuncture, electrical muscle stimulation, muscle stretching, exercise regimens, and finally, pain management of chronic health problems.

To learn more about myotherapy or if you are interested in learning how to enter a career in myotherapy, feel free to peruse our healing arts schools and holistic practitioner directories today at HolisticJunction.com

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C. Bailey-Lloyd

About the Author: C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot is the Public Relations Director & Writer for Holistic Junction -- Your source of information for Myotherapy Schools; Natural Health Schools;Massage Therapy Schools, and Reflexology Schools; Alternative Healthcare; Insightful Literature and so much more!

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