Bendigo Myotherapy
BM Clinic



Emma graduated as a Clinical Myotherapist in December 2011 with the highest level qualification in the field of Myotherapy from the Southern School of Natural Therapies. In the four years of study Emma completed placement at the Melbourne University Blacks Football Club, Blighty Netball and Football Club, Myofirst (Melbourne), and Bendigo Myotherapy in her final year of study.

Emma grew up on a dairy farm in between the New South Wales towns of Finley and Deniliquin and has been involved in the community of Blighty for 10 years. During her four years of study she lived in Melbourne and moved at the end of 2011 to Bendigo to start a new chapter of her life working at Bendigo Myotherapy.

Emma's therapeutic interests include neck, shoulder and pregnancy pain. She also composed a research project on the effects of acupuncture on pregnancy and labour pain in her final year of the Degree and is pursuing Occupational Therapy as an adjunct to Myotherapy.

Bachelor Health Science- Clinical Myotherapy Degree (SSNT)
First Aid level 2 and CPR training
Kinesio Taping
Pre- Post Natal Care

Involvement in teams and Associations
Melbourne University Blacks Football Team
Blighty Football and Netball Club

Emma's Team
Melbourne University Blacks Football Club

Professional Memberships and Positions
Myotherapy Association Australia - MA

Personal Pursuits and Achievements
Emma is a dairy farmers daughter from the Riverina that loves the country lifestyle and being involved in the community. She enjoys playing netball, water skiing, camping and socialising with friends and family.

38 Sternberg Street,
Bendigo 3550,
Ph (03) 5441 1908

Bendigo Myotherapy