What is Remedial Massage?

Remedial Massage is a complementary treatment that can help to relieve the symptoms of pain and tension, and improve movement. Massage works on the deep and or shallow soft tissues of the body, including muscles, tendons and ligaments.

Your Remedial Massage therapist can utilise a variety of techniques to help address different needs, such as sports massage, pregnancy massage, and deep tissue massage. It can help give relief to pain and lack of movement by increasing circulation, joint mobility, stimulate repair of injured tissues and allow overall relaxation.

As part of rehabilitation or recovery form injury, Remedial Massage may be recommended by your physiotherapist or osteopath to help that process. Or, you may simply attend our clinic just to see our Remedial Massage Therapist, with no referral required.

What can Remedial Massage help with?

Common conditions that can benefit from remedial massage include:

  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Back pain
  • Stress and tension reduction
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Muscle tension and pain
  • Sports recovery
  • Sports injury management/ rehabilitation plan
  • Arthritis


The amount of pressure applied will change with treatment approaches and the condition you present with. Your therapist can adjust the pressure to suit your preference and comfort levels.  

If you’re looking for a Remedial Massage in Cheltenham, Melbourne, contact us today!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What appointment types do you offer?

Remedial Massage appointments are 30, 45, and 60 minutes in length.
Initial appoinntment are atleast 45 minutes long.

Can I claim for my massage on Private Health?

Yes, if you have Private Health with Extras that cover Remedial Massage.

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* Conferred by Fellowship of the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2010