Have you woken up with a wry neck, frozen shoulder?Back, hip or sciatica thrown itself out on you with out notice? READ MORE
deep tissue, sports massage, sports therapy
One thing all of our practitioners at Melbourne Muscular Therapy have in common is a sports background – we know that there is a wide gap between a good sports massage and a bad one. READ MORE
Our unique form of massage therapy is tailored to you, the individual. Our goal is to perfectly ease every strand of tension and stress that your body is hiding. READ MORE
If you are experiencing a problem that is musculo-skeletal in nature your doctor might recommend that you seek out physical therapy help. READ MORE
About Melbourne Muscular Therapies
If you have tried all kinds of therapy and are still in pain, we can help you.
Our Melbourne clinics in Richmond, Camberwell and South Melbourne specialise in deep tissue bodywork and unique corrective exercises to remove pain.
At Melbourne Muscular Therapies we specialise in eradicating long-term pain and sport injuries.
We pride ourselves on helping people when seemingly all other pain removal options have failed.
We have eradicated neck pain, shoulder pain, lower back pain (etc.), where the pain has persisted for many years without relief. In many cases we have achieved rapid results and complete removal of pain, especially in the neck, back and shoulder regions.
Founding Practitioner I SCT Release I NMF Power Training
Marcus specialises in deep tissue treatment. He is passionate and committed to providing treatment and advice that will enable you to obtain the optimal results for your body. Marcus has trained with Robert Young in Postural Integration
Osteitis pubis is common among young athletes, especially in AFL football. Osteitis pubis is best described as chronic groin pain, typically coming from the pubic symphysis, but affecting the entire groin and hip region...
A common cause of ongoing knee pain is due to muscle imbalances between the medial and lateral aspects of the upper thigh; these muscles heavily impact on the stability of the knee and the correct tracking of the patella...
What others are saying about
Melbourne Muscular Therapies
“Marcus, thanks for your help and encouragement. But most of all, thanks for your wisdom! Do you remember how we started? Gentle exercises using the whole body. I hadn’t realised how inflexible I’d become. I still do these exercises and, as you suggested, I have incorporated the stretches and lunges into everyday tasks to maintain my range of movement.
Driving the car would cause me such pain that I’d be in tears of despair driving to work. All that the doctors could suggest was walking and taking anti-inflammatory drugs but walking when my back was bad only worsened the pain. The tablets worked, but as time passed, I had to take them more and more frequently. I soon realised that this was not a solution.
If anyone had said that to be cured of back pain forever I’d have to start lifting weights, I’d have thought they were crazy! However, that’s exactly what you did with me – light weights, then gradually more and more. This has given me stronger leg and back muscles which protect my lower back from the rigours of daily living, like driving, carrying shopping and gardening.
I was so relieved to be recommended to you! You looked at me as a whole person and started making changes that would work for my lifestyle; I haven’t had to give up anything to incorporate the exercise plan into my daily life. The exercises make me feel good too. Now I can enjoy life!
Again, thanks for being with me through this journey – I struggled a lot in the beginning, thinking that my back would never get better. You helped me see that I could actually eradicate my back pain.”
Osteitis Pubis is a typical source of chronic groin discomfort in the football codes. It is an overuse injury. Meaning that it is caused by repetitive injury rather than a specific event. Nevertheless, it is not uncommon for a certain event to induce the symptoms.
The knee joint is one of the most heavily used in the body, which is why they are very prone to pain. Pain in the knees has several reasons but the most common is a muscular imbalance between the medial and lateral aspects of the upper thigh.