Emmett Technique

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Emmett Therapy in Albury/Wodonga

The Emmett Technique is a complementary therapy that is used to assist in the relief of pain and discomfort and improve movement. It is a non-invasive, safe and simple muscle release therapy that usually produces immediate results.

The technique was developed in Australia by Remedial Therapist Ross Emmett and is now used throughout the world by soft tissue therapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, doctors, nurses, and physios to treat patients.

Maureen Barry is a Level EP1 Practitioner of the Emmett Technique. She has many years’ experience in Emmett Therapy and tailors treatments to suit the specific needs of each client.

How does it work?

Emmett Therapy involves the application of light finger pressure at particular points on the body, which initiate the gentle release of tension from problem muscle groups such as those in the neck, shoulder, and back.

The treatment can be performed through light clothing and sessions generally last 30-minutes.

Can it help me?

The Emmett Technique is designed to offer fast relief from pain and discomfort and in most cases clients experience the beneficial effects before the end of the first treatment. It can be used as an effective adjunct to enhance the treatment value of other types of muscle release and neuro-musculoskeletal therapy, or may be used as an effective therapy on its own.

Emmett Therapy is safe for all ages, including newborns, pregnant women, and the elderly. It is used to increase body flexibility, and to provide relief for many ailments, including:

  • Neck & Shoulder Pain
  • Headaches & Sinus
  • Back & Hip Discomfort
  • Knee & Ankle Restrictions
  • Pregnancy & Infant Discomfort
  • Stomach Discomfort