At Reawaken Myotherapy we are passionate about helping every body perform to its maximum potential. We are dedicated to working with our clients to achieve the outcome they desire. Whether that be to simply move with less pain or restriction, to recover from an injury and return to normal activities, or to increase their performance potential and reduce their potential for injury.

Our Team

Dan Hammond

BHSc Clinical Myotherapy, Cert IV Massage, Cert IV Fitness

Dan is passionate and driven to work closely with his clients to achieve their health, movement, sporting or wellness goals. He has been working with clients to optimise movement, and reduce pain and dysfunction, since 2013. He has a keen interest in biomechanics and neurophysiology and utilises a range of manual therapy techniques, as well as movement correction, education, and lifestyle advice to improve function, reduce pain, manage and prevent injuries, and promote a healthier lifestyle.  

Dan has completed a Bachelor of Health Science – Myotherapy at Endeavour College Melbourne, has a Cert IV in fitness and is a Master Functional Trainer with FTI Australia. He is a serving member of a Myotherapy Higher Education Advisory Committee, helping to shape the future of the Myotherapy profession.

Through Myotherapy and marrying the best of manual therapy and exercise therapy to create an individual treatment plan, a session with Dan will see you on the road to feeling better, moving better, and performing at your peak.

Myotherapy and Massage – What’s the difference?

Myotherapy and massage are two distinct professions. Both have different aims and objectives, different health fund rebates, and very different educational pathways.

In common with physiotherapists, osteopaths and chiropractors, myotherapists may use massage in their treatments when warranted, but they also call upon a wide range of other evidence-based treatment approaches and skill-sets which in addition to manual therapy, dry needling, and thermo and electro-therapeutic techniques may include; exercise prescription and/or education about pain management, load management, activity modification and/or lifestyle modification.

In common with the aforementioned allied health professions, Myotherapy has it’s own separate qualifications, specifically the BHSc (Clinical Myotherapy), BHSc (Myotherapy) and AdvDip (Myotherapy), which qualify practitioners to undertake evidence-based assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of patients experiencing musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions.

Payment Methods

We have a HICAPS facility for instant health fund rebates.  

We accept Eftpos, Visa and Mastercard.