Holistic Therapy for Effective Pain Relief

Experience transformative relief from musculoskeletal and complex pain with Myofascial Release and Jing Method™ Clinical Massage. Specialist in Jaw Pain, Back Pain and Fibromyalgia.

Welcome

Welcome to a complementary therapy space dedicated to your wellbeing. Steven is a musculoskeletal (MSK) pain-care specialist with an empathetic approach to understanding and resolving both MSK pain and complex pain conditions

If like others, you feel let down or lost in the medical system, frustrated with conventional treatments, or feel that you or your symptoms are misunderstood or dismissed, this space is for you. Here you will find a non-judgmental environment, specifically centred around you and the outcomes you desire.

Steven Murdoch
Holistic Therapy

The therapies Steven adopts are holistic, meaning they address you the whole person.  Therapies for pain relief and pain management, include Advanced Myofascial Release and Jing Method™ Clinical Massage.

These therapies are evidenced by the latest research and have been proven to be highly effective in both pain relief and pain management – promoting relaxation, and improving overall wellbeing.

To explore if these therapies are right for you, and to get the best value from your exploration, we highly recommend booking a FREE 15-minute Discovery Video Call.

Holistic Therapy

MSK Pain

Musculoskeletal (MSK) pain can be described as discomfort or pain in the bones, muscles, joints, tendons, and ligaments of the body.

This type of pain can affect people of all ages and can be caused by a variety of factors such as injury, overuse, poor posture, or underlying medical conditions.

Common examples of musculoskeletal pain include:

MSK pain
Complex pain

Conditions affecting multiple parts of the body, involving multiple body systems, or where you experience a multitude of symptoms, can be categorised as complex pain conditions.

These can include:

  • Fibromyalgia
  • Long Covid
  • CVA/Stroke
  • Hypermobility Disorders, including EDS
  • Chronic Stress
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Psoriatic arthritis

Whether you have had a diagnosis or are still searching for answers and treatment, you will likely have had varying experiences, dead ends and frustrations.

If you have a complex pain condition, we highly recommend booking a FREE 15-minute Discovery Video Call.

This is a great way to explore potential treatments without commitment. Many clients find this non-judgemental space a great sounding-board, particularly for complex and persistent pain issues.

Complex Pain

Jo's experience with Frozen Shoulder

What’s your experience? Have you explored therapies such as myofascial release? You can learn more about this remarkable technique for relieving pain through our video call.

What People Say

Amy E.
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"Even after one session I noticed an improvement in movement and comfort and a significant improvement after a few sessions."
Enver A.
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"I felt better after one massage and will book more."
Lee E.
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"His treatment plan is fully comprehensive in finding effective ways in addressing tightness and pain."
Ian E.
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"My ongoing back condition improved with greater flexibility and pain elimination."
Jo S.
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" I would 100% recommend Steven to anyone suffering from my condition and I'm sure many other conditions where severe pain is an issue."
David B.
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"I had severe muscular pain in my shoulder and neck and after just three sessions my shoulder pain was relieved and my range of motion restored."
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Chronic Pain Treatment

Chronic Pain Treatment FAQ

What qualifies as chronic pain?

Pain is considered to be chronic when it has persisted for 3-6 months, or longer than the expected healing time of an injury or tissue damage.

What is the most common form of chronic pain?

Common chronic pain conditions include low back pain, headaches and migraines, arthritis, fibromyalgia, frozen shoulder and jaw pain.

How is chronic pain caused?

Multiple factors can cause pain to become chronic. These include physical and emotional stress, trauma, menopause, and living conditions. Even how we feel about the pain affects it.

What is holistic treatment for chronic pain?

A holistic treatment for chronic pain follows the principle that chronic pain has multiple potential contributory factors. A holistic approach treats the person as a whole and not simply a specific pain site.

What is the Jing Method™ treatment for chronic pain?

The Jing Method™ is a holistic therapy that combines targeted and soothing advanced soft-tissue techniques including myofascial release, that aims to calm the nervous system, in turn reducing and eliminating chronic pain.

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Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis affects joints through wear and tear on the joint cartilage, causing stiffness and pain. This handy factsheet gives recommendations on what we can do to relieve pain and stiffness.

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Myofascial Pain Syndrome

Myofascial pain syndrome is a localised pain condition associated with a muscle (myo) and its connective tissue (fascia). This fact sheet gives some helpful tips on how to release fascial restrictions and relieve myofascial pain.

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Hypermobility Syndrome

Hypermobility in several joints, accompanied by pain, is often diagnosed as hypermobility syndrome. This fact sheet explains more about hypermobility syndromes and what we can do to manage the pain.

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Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a persistent pain caused by numerous micro-tears of the connective tissue (fascia) on the sole (plantar surface) of the foot. This fact sheet explains the nature of plantar fasciitis and what we can do to speed the recovery.

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Non-Specific Low Back Pain

Non-specific low back pain is rarely serious and is usually simple to relieve with some easy-to-follow strategies. This fact sheet explains the nature of non-specific low back pain and gives some helpful tips on how to relieve pain and gain mobility.

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How to Relieve Chronic Pain

Chronic pain, otherwise known as persistent pain, is pain that continues for more than 12 weeks. This printable card has 5 essential reminders that we can turn to regularly to help us on our pain-relief pathway.