Incorporating Muscle Energy Technique (MET) into your Practice

27th May 2022
9:30AM - 4:30AM
Colley Room at Stamford Grand Glenelg
2 Jetty Rd, Glenelg SA 5045
2 Jetty Rd, Glenelg SA 5045

Member: $185.00
Non Member: $207.00

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Learning Outcomes:

1.     To obtain a clear description of Muscle Energy Technique (MET) and its application to your practice.

2.     To understand the History, Proposed Mechanisms of action and essential steps in the successful application of MET to the Thoracic & Cervical regions

3.     To understand the biomechanics of Cervical segmental movement.

4.     To gain competency in the assessment of Global & Segmental Cervical movement

5.     To gain competency in the application of MET to assist in the restoration of ideal function to the Thoracic and Upper, Mid & Lower Cervical regions


Muscle Energy Technique is a form of manual therapy which is particularly useful as a Myotherapy and Remedial Massage treatment modality. It is indicated when hypomobility is assessed in both global & segmental movement. The active component of MET is also thought to facilitate joint stabilising muscles and proprioception.

Rob has utilised Muscle Energy Technique in his practice for over 25 years and has taught MET in the Myotherapy program at both the RMIT University and at the Melbourne Institute of Massage and Myotherapy.


About the Presenter 

ROBERT GRANTER BSocSci(Deakin) AdDipRemMass(Myo)(RMIT) Cert 4 Design & Develop Assessment Tools (Plenty Training)

Rob is a Myotherapist and has been in private practice in Melbourne since 1985. He has been a major influence in the acceptance of Myotherapy and Soft Tissue Therapy in the Australian Health System. He has been a contributor to the textbook “Brukner & Khan’s Clinical Sports Medicine” since the 1st edition in 1993 to the current 5th edition.
He is co-founder of the Australasian College of Soft Tissue Therapy which provides professional development education to the Health industry.

He has been head of Soft Tissue Therapy / Myotherapy for:

Australian Olympic teams to Sydney 2000 and Atlanta 1996,

Australian Commonwealth Games team Kuala Lumpur 1998

The 2006 Commonwealth Games,

Melbourne Victorian Institute of Sport 10 years

Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre 6 years

The Sports Medicine Centres of Victoria group practice 5 years

Required Equipment for this Workshop:
Pens (Notepad optional)

Please advise of any dietary requirements or allergies at the time of registration and review the Dietary and Food Allergen Statement.

Members are eligible to claim 15 CPE points upon successful completion.


Massage & Myotherapy Australia is working with the venue to create a COVID-19 Safe environment, the Association and attendees are required to abide by the Venues COVID Safe Plan, and should follow venue staff, Association event facilitator and presenter instructions.

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