As many of you would know, a treatment from a Remedial Therapist (or any practitioner for that matter) can differ largely from one therapist to the next. We all have the same underlying qualification but we slowly develop and evolve into unique practitioners. Learning, gaining experience, studying and taking new programs along the way. So I want to tell you a bit about what I do and how we can help you.

As a Remedial Therapist I have a strong hands on focus to treating various musculoskeletal conditions. Commonly used techniques include myofascial release, soft tissue therapy, and joint mobilization. These techniques are particularly useful for conditions involving muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia, especially those where pain, limited range of motion, and/or reduced function are part of the picture.

At To The Core we believe movement and strength are of utmost importance to achieving the best results for your long-term health and wellbeing. With our new addition of Remedial Therapy we aim to combine excellent hands on treatment with Pilates to maximize your results.
Once you go through remedial treatment to resolve a musculoskeletal dysfunction, we focus on movement and strength to maintain and enhance your results. And vice versa; for those who already attend Pilates, if a dysfunction is inhibiting your sessions or daily functions we can use hands on treatment to help resolve it and maximize your workouts and daily living.

My experience in the health industry has most commonly been within clinical environments working with Physiotherapists, Sports Doctors, Osteopaths and more. So this has directed my interests towards clinical treatments, not just regular massages. My passion is helping clients reach short term and long term goals. I like to be thorough and specific and I am very excited to combine Pilates and Therapy to achieve the best results possible for you.
Working with a wonderful team and community at To The Core, I thank you all for having me on board.

Your Therapist
Allana Mueller

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