Conditions we treat at back and muscle care

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What to expect in Deep Tissue massage vs

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue massage takes a full body approach to treatment. It is not focused on a specific injury like a remedial massage. If you’re experiencing tension and pain but not sure why its there or keeps coming back a remedial massage is always recommended over a deep tissue massage.

Like its name suggests it is a massage where the therapist will get quite deep into the muscle to release tension, stiffness and decrease pain.

It is generally not the go-to if you want a relaxing massage but can be very effective in getting rid of tension in the deeper muscles of the entire body. The deep tissue massage therapist will utilise their knuckles and elbows to break down scar tissue and get into trigger points in the muscle to give you relief.



Our remedial massage therapists are fully qualified to assess and examine your condition so that they can create a treatment plan specific to your problem.

The most effective massage for you is based on the problem you have. Remedial massage is most effective as it is targeted at a specific problem area. Your issue will be examined and tested so that the massage, muscle releases and pressure applied are designed to give you the quickest and most effective relief. This type of massage also helps to improve movement/mobility and focuses on optimum function to stop the problem coming back.

Deep tissue massage is a more generalised massage for the entire back. Deep pressure is applied to give the most effective relief but not targeted at any one specific area.

A sport massage incorporates a lot of what a remedial massage does and is based on a specific sports injury where the problem area is assessed and diagnosed. Treatment is then targeted to stop the pain, improve function and rehabilitate the area to stop the problem from coming back again.

Yes! All our remedial massage therapists are required to have the necessary qualifications to accept all private health insurances.

If you’re health insurance covers remedial massage we can swipe your card on the spot. This will cover a portion of the treatment and you just pay the remainder.

Yes, all our massage therapists are fully qualified. Our therapists at minimum have a diploma of remedial massage from an Australian registered training organisation as well as a minimum of 200 hours clinical training before they can graduate.

We treat all musculoskeletal and biomechanical conditions of the body. From neck, shoulder and lower back pain to hip, knee and ankle pain. We can help treat muscle cramps, sporting injuries, all muscular conditions as well as repetitive strain and muscular overuse injuries