ONLINE CONSULTATIONS NOW AVAILABLE
High Performance Remedial Massage and Myotherapy will now be providing online consultations for customers who are in self isolation, quarantine, working from home or simply cannot make it into the clinic.
Please note for the meantime Myotherapy and Remedial Massage treatments in the office are still available.
Online consultations can help people self manage their pain with advice given on exercises and stretches that can be done at home. Also self treatment techniques will be given. If additional products are needed to help self treat we will be able to let you know where you can get them from.
With more and more people working at home High Performance Remedial Massage and Myotherapy is expecting more and more people to suffer from back and neck pain from poor computer setups and poor posture. I can go through a full computer setup and posture exercises via video chat on messenger, Skype, Face Time and possibly other media devices. I can also arrange this for businesses who have asked their employees to work from home during this difficult time.
Please see previous Google or Facebook reviews on previous clients raving about the advice I have given them in the past.
Most consultations will only take 30 minutes.
James De Bono graduated his remedial massage in September 2006 then went on to complete his Myotherapy course in December 2007. He is currently employed at the Essendon Football Club as a Myotherapist / Remedial Massage Therapist. In season 2009 both teams that he worked with while at Melbourne Storm, the NRL squad and under 20s, won the premiership. James also worked with the Queensland State of origin team while they were in Melbourne in 2015.
The variety of challenges and the different injuries that present when working with sporting clubs is what James enjoys and that’s why he pursues jobs at the highest level in this industry. He also enjoys working with the everyday person and helping them with their pains, discomforts and maintenance issues.
He has also worked with the Melbourne Storm Rugby League Club, Melbourne Rebels Rugby Union Club, Geelong Football Club, Western Bulldogs Football Club, the Green Gully Soccer Club (GGSC), Sunshine Heights Football Club, Sunshine George Cross Soccer Club and The Australian Ballet. His job at the Sunshine Heights Football Club (SHFC) consisted of soft tissue treatment and exercise rehabilitation, James looked after both seniors and reserve teams. While at SHFC in 2008 the seniors won the division 2 premiership. At the Western Bulldogs in 2007/2008 James was able to work alongside of sports physiotherapists and Doctors of Chinese medicine to advance in many skills, such as soft tissue techniques, exercise rehabilitation and traditional Chinese medicine, and apply them to his treatments. In the 2 years James was at GGSC (2012/2013) they were in the finals on both occasions and won the Dockerty Cup in 2013.