Exercise Physiology & Myotherapy

Exercise Physiology & Myotherapy

Exercise Physiology & Myotherapy

Grant McKechnie provides a range of Exercise Physiology and Myotherapy services. Grant began practicing in September 2000, at The University of Ballarat’s (now Federation University Australia) in the Exercise Rehabilitation Centre. Whilst there he continued to study, gaining his Master of Applied Science as well as various soft tissue qualifications including Myotherapy. Grant was a lecturer in both undergraduate and Master’s programs; with a particular focus on the Masters of Rehabilitation anatomy program.

Grant has written and delivered entire courses in Remedial massage and Myotherapy. These courses have a particular focus on the care, prevention and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries.

Grant commenced a private multi-disciplinary clinic in 2005, which included Exercise Physiology and Myotherapy. Grant delivered in-house rehabilitation and professional development education for musculoskeletal, metabolic, neurological and cardiovascular conditions. Topics included;

  • Lower back exercise rehabilitation
  • Adhesive capsulitis
  • Assessment and treatment of the TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint Disfunction)
  • Post-hip arthroscopic surgery rehabilitation
  • Neuroplasticity and rehabilitation

Grant has been successfully treating many conditions with a bias toward chronic pain and recalcitrant conditions that haven’t responded to standard methods of treatment. He continues to develop his knowledge, currently pursuing the field of neurology and neuroplastic approaches to rehabilitation.

Specific areas of interest:

  • Persistent pain, pain science and pain education
  • Neuroplastic rehabilitation for all neurological conditions
  • Musculoskeletal conditions
  • Recalcitrant conditions
  • Sports science and athletic preparation

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