Advanced Diploma of MyotherapyProgram details
Through this program you'll develop advanced techniques to treat myofascial pain, joint pain and neuropathic pain - from the nervous system.
How will you learn
At RMIT's myotherapy teaching clinic, you'll be able to apply your practical skills and learn advanced business skills needed to manage staff and run your own practice.
You will also have the opportunity to undertake a placement with one of RMIT's industry placement partners.
Note: This program may change as training packages are updated.
Classes are taught weekly across a range of key groupings:
Research Methods for Myotherapy including musculoskeleatal pathology research
Business and Communication for Myotherapy:
Finance for Myotherapy
Infection control for Myotherapy
Myotherapy Assessment & Treatment, Myofascial Dry Needling, Myotherapy Clinical Practice, Client Health & Exercise Prescription, Musculoskeletal Pathology and Systemic Pathology.
Students will also be given the opportunity to undertake learning and assessment in a workplace. Working in the RMIT student Myotherapy clinic and participation in external clinical placements provide a chance practice and be assessed on what you are learning in a work context.
Myotherapy students practise internationally
RMIT Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy students went to Udaipur in India as part of an international work placement to further their professional practice in a rewarding and life changing experience.
A chance encounter with myotherapy when Courtney Saunders was dealing with injury led her to enrol in the Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy.