Remedial Massage

About Remedial Massage

A targeted massage treatment to address specific musculoskeletal issues, alleviate pain and create positive postural change.

Remedial massage is a targeted therapeutic approach aimed at addressing specific soft tissue issues within the body.  It involves the manipulation of soft tissues like muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia to promote healing, alleviate pain, and restore optimal function.

An imbalance, injury or tension in your soft tissues can lead to discomfort and restricted movement. If this is allowed to progress it can also lead to further injury or damage to associated soft tissues.

Customised Treatment

Remedial Massage isn’t a one-size fits all approach, it is tailored.  A skilled therapist will provide an assessment and develop a treatment to make changes to your soft tissues, relieving the pain or discomfort. 

Many massages will address the symptoms you provide at your assessment when you arrive at your session, this will provide immediate relief, but not lasting relief.  

At Muscle Medicine we are about identifying the underlying cause of the pain or discomfort so that we can provide sustainable change and lasting results.

So it’s not about a full body pampering session (though you will feel great afterwards!), it is a strategic and scientific approach to your soft tissue health and wellbeing.

All our therapists are Remedially trained and have additional training and mentoring to build their skills in assessment, identification and appropriate treatments.


In the world of therapeutic massages, deep tissue and remedial massages are both highly effective yet distinct in their approaches and benefits. Understanding the differences between these two can help you choose the most suitable treatment for your specific needs. At Muscle Medicine, we offer both deep tissue and remedial massages, each tailored to provide maximise relief and rejuvination.

Remedial Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage and Muscle Medicine Maintenance Massage are all forms of soft tissue release, as is Trigger Point Release. They adress soft tissue pain and discomfort by providing changes in the soft tissues, shortening tissues that are locked long and lengthening tissues that have been cntracted over a period of time.  

Initial Appointment

10 - 15 mins Assessment
40 - 45 mins Treatment 
5 mins Recommendation & Treatment Plan

Follow Up Appointments

5 - 10 mins Check in 
50 - 55 mins Treatment

Follow Up Appointments

5 - 10 mins Check in 
50 - 55 mins Treatment

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Amanda Tenn

Myofascial & Remedial Therapist

Alex May

Senior Remedial & Maintenance Therapist

Daniel Carnt

Remedial & Maintenance Therapist

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