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Remedial Massage

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Massage is relaxing and helps release tension, stress and relieves sore aching muscles.

Your therapist treats most soft tissues of the body including the tendons, ligaments, connective tissue and of course the muscles. Massage stretches muscles, inhibits muscle spasm and increases flexibility. Having a massage feels great! There’s nothing like the healing touch of a trained Massage Therapist. A remedial massage can be as strong or gentle as you like and can include your full body or you may decide to focus on a particular area of your body, such as your lower back, which may be causing you pain or discomfort. As a highly trained Musculoskeletal Remedial therapist, Pip can not only help to relieve your pain and stiffness but she can also help identify the underlying drivers behind your pain and help to correct these too.

Musculoskeletal Therapy

Some people may know it as Myotherapy, is technically defined as the evidence-based assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions.  What does that mean? It means that your therapist is highly trained to apply the latest in scientific research to thoroughly assess your condition, give you accurate information about what’s going on, treat your condition from a holistic perspective and, where necessary, rehabilitate, based on your individual circumstances.

Musculoskeletal therapy is a branch of functional medicine, so your therapist is trained to look beyond just the symptoms, to uncover the reason the symptoms became problematic. A detailed history and thorough initial assessment means your therapist gains an in depth understanding about the factors that may be impacting on your body, causing your pain and/or dysfunction. The aim of treatment is always to reduce or eliminate pain and improve functional movement and wellbeing.

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So what can a musculoskeletal therapist can help you with?

– Acute pain & injury

– Chronic pain

– Nerve pain/neuropathy/radiculopathy– Chronic inflammation/sensitisation

– Arthritis

– Back pain

– Neck pain

– Shoulder pain

– Knee pain

– Ankle/foot pain

– Migraine and Headaches

– Jaw pain/TMJ dysfuction/Trigeminal neuralgia

– Depression/anxiety

– Pre/post surgery

– Allergies & Autoimmune conditions

– Gut health/digestive issues/IBS

– Stress/cognitive function/memory

For more detailed information on musculoskeletal therapy click here.
Health fund rebates available!

Book your appointment and find out how musculoskeletal therapy can help you! Contact one of our friendly staff today on (07) 3823 3103

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Bec Ramsay

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Rebecca Ramsey - Practitioner support at Capalaba Natural Health

Practitioner Support | Reception

Bec has always been involved in the health and wellness industry, having been a receptionist for medical practitioners, dentists and also in physiotherapy. Bec is the mother of 2 girls and is a lover of all aspects of healthy living – from food, to exercise to enjoying life overall.

Bec is positive and friendly and as well as being great with people, she is an animal lover and also a passionate horse rider.

Robyn Pearson Hypnotherapist, Counsellor and Massage Therapist

Sinead Kelly

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Sinead Kelly | Kinesiology



Sinead first stumbled upon Kinesiology many years ago when she suffered with chronic headaches. The headaches were affecting all aspects of her life. A family friend gave her the name of a Kinesiologist, who she thought may be able to help. Sinead continued to see the Kinesiologist for a number of months. For the first time in many years, she felt fantastic.

Studying Holistic Kinesiology and Natural therapies was then a natural progression for Sinead and has been one the best decisions of her life. She transitioned from a corporate job to a career in Holistic therapies. Since then, she has made massive changes in all aspects of her life. It is really important to Sinead to balance all areas of her life and health – physical, emotional, mental and spiritual, so she works continuously with multiple diverse practitioners both to benefit her own health and the health of her clients.

In addition to Holistic kinesiology Sinead has studied Mind Body medicine, aromatherapy and is passionate about energy healing and essential oils. Her sessions are a mix of all of these as appropriate for what she is are working on with her clients. She is passionate about helping people to understand themselves and to achieve true health and happiness. She encourages you to have the faith, courage and confidence to make the changes that you need to make to improve the quality of your life. She provides a space where you are free to be yourself. Sinead works with adults with stress and anxiety in her clinic and with children and adolescents issues including bed-wetting, separation anxiety, concentration behavioural and emotional issues.

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Tony Daniel

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Tony Daniel - Naturopath, Weight Loss, Reiki Master

Tony Daniel Owner | Award Winning Naturopath | Weightloss Specialist | Reiki Master | Bodytalk | 

Hailing from New Zealand, Tony Daniel has been involved in the wellness industry since 2001 in an effort to pursue a work-life balance. Aside from being a Naturopath, Tony has a background in Reiki, Kinesiology, Bodytalk and Body Psychotherapy.

Tony has the travel bug, and has travelled through Asia, North and South America and Europe quite extensively. He arrived in Brisbane in 2003 and has been living in the Redlands since then.

Tony brings passion, humour and a “can do” approach to his work, always encouraging and assisting others to develop themselves and to transform their health.

He is also passionate about yoga, animals, his English Cocker spaniel Eve and is an avid fan of the English Premier League team, Arsenal.

Tony specializes in:

  • Weight loss
  • Fatigue
  • Stress, Anxiety & Depression
  • Digestive issues
  • Autoimmune conditions
  • Pain