Welcome to Function Therapy


We offer a professional and friendly environment to help you achieve your health goals.

Our Therapists are all highly trained and aim to assess your individual needs, select an appropriate treatment plan to get you moving and feeling better today!

See below for more details about the services we offer and our prices.


Our Services

Remedial Massage Therapy

What Is Remedial Massage Therapy?


Remedial Massage is the application of a range of therapeutic techniques, used to treat muscles that are knotted, tense, stiff, or damaged. The remedial therapist will assess and identify which areas of the body require treatment, and use a range of massage-based techniques to optimise muscle function.


What Does A Remedial Massage Therapist Do?


A Remedial Massage therapist uses systematic assessment and treatment of the muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissues of the body, to assist in pain, injury and rehabilitation. To understand how to treat patients, a remedial therapist must know anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology.


How Does Remedial Therapy Work?


Remedial Therapy is simply the manipulation of the soft tissues of the body—the muscles, tendons and ligaments. And also to identify physical and bio-mechanical problems.

The therapist palpates the patient’s body to determine the condition of the tissues and the source of any pain, and suggests the correct form of remedial treatment based on patient’s analysis.

A combination of soft tissue release techniques, sports massage,

trigger point therapy, stretching, joint mobilisation, and myofascial release.


What Can Remedial Massage Therapy Help With?

  • General and local aches, pains and stiffness

  • Chronic pain   

  • Headaches

  • Anxiety/stress

  • Pre and Post Sports

  • Injury rehab

  • Poor Mobility 


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Myotherapy (Known as Musculoskeletal Therapy) 

What Is Myotherapy?

Myotherapy, also known as Musculoskeletal Therapy is a physical therapy designed to prevent, treat, manage and rehabilitate musculoskeletal pain and associated pathologies. It also helps improve muscle and joint function and performance.

What Is A Myotherapist?

A Myotherapist is a primary care allied health professional who provide evidence-informed assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for a wide range of musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions. Myotherapists are expertly trained in a wide range of orthopaedic, neurologic and functional testing to gain a thorough understanding of a patient’s physical state.

How Does Myotherapy Work?

Myotherapy draws upon Western medical principles of anatomy, physiology, biomechanics and pathology. It includes a range of manual therapies to ease a patient’s pain, including soft tissue therapy, joint mobilisation, myofascial cupping therapy, dry needling, corrective and rehabilitative exercise, taping, TENS machines and prescriptive advice on muscle and pain management.


What Can Myotherapy Help With?

According to experts, Myotherapy can help prevent and treat a range of acute

and chronic musculoskeletal pain and disorders. These include:

  • Myofascial pain

  • Stiffness & ache associated with bad posture

  • Acute and chronic stiff or painful neck

  • Knee, leg & foot ache – shin splints, patella tracking, runners knee, ankle strains

  • Chronic overuse syndromes – tendonitis, tennis/golfer’s elbow, carpal tunnel

  • Acute & chronic back pain / ‘sciatica’

  • Shoulder pain, impingement syndrome, frozen shoulder

  • Hand & finger tingling thoracic outlet syndrome

  • Arthritis/Degenerative joint pain

  • Chronic weakness syndrome, fibromyalgia syndrome

  • Pain & disorder linked to stress & tension

  • Tension headaches and migraines

  • Sports injuries, such as muscle sprains, strains and tears

  • Tendinopathy

  • Rehabilitation from surgery

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PhysioKey Therapy

Physiokey Therapy (SCENAR Device) is performed using a hand held electro-therapy biofeedback device that can be applied to most problem areas which are causing pain to an individual. Electrical impulses are sent from the device which interact with the nerves of the painful region.


Physiokey is the latest development in the medical technology field of bio-feedback controlled non-invasive neurostimulation. In numerous studies, the Physiokey has shown significant increase in treatment efficiency, speed, and more importantly, positive patient outcomes.


What will Physiokey do for you?


  • Treatment of Acute Pain and Chronic Pain

  • Back and Neck Pain

  • Shoulder Injuries/Pain

  • Fibromyalgia pain and fatigue

  • Neuropathy

  • Reduces Swelling/Inflammation

  • Oedema

  • Improves Circulation

  • Improve Function and Flexibility


Ali Elmabrook is a fully qualified practitioner of this

effective new treatment. For PhysioKey treatment book

under a Myotherapy session.

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Dry Needling & Cupping Therapy

Dry needling is a procedure in which a one or more very fine needles are inserted directly into specific areas of sensitive tissues, such as trigger points (muscle fibre contractions/knots) which can be the cause of many acute and chronic aches, pains and dysfunctions.

Dry needling can be used to treat a variety of musculoskeletal

and neurological conditions.


Most commonly we use Dry Needling to treat muscular pain

and tension in areas of the body such as the neck, back, shoulders or legs.


Other conditions we can effectively treat include:

  • headaches 

  • migraines 

  • carpal tunnel 

  • muscle cramps/spasm

  • jaw pain

Myofascial cupping involves the use of plastic cup and vacuum

that lifts and separates soft tissue, an effect known as negative

or tensional pressure. It can help treat soft tissue conditions

and musculoskeletal tension, pain, and common sporting injuries.

It can also create relaxation by stimulating the parasympathetic

nervous system.

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Our Pricing

Remedial Massage Therapy Fees:


Initial Consultation: $99  60min


Standard Consultation: $89  45min


Short Consultation: $69  30min

 Myotherapy & Physiokey Therapy Treatment Fees:


 Initial Consultation: $105  60min
Initial consults are 60 minute appointments for new clients which involve a thorough assessment and treatment.


Standard Consultation: $95  45min

Standard consults are 45 minute follow-up appointments that involve a shorter re-assessment and analysis and longer treatment time.


Short Consultation: $75 30min

Short consultations are great for general maintenance or focusing on one key area. 

Our clients with private health insurance enjoy the benefits of receiving on-the-spot claims with 

Our Therapists


Ali Elmabrook

Clinic Director/ Myotherapist & Remedial Therapist

Certified Physiokey Practitioner

 Adv Dip. Myotherapy , Dip RMT, M.Pharm

Registered with Professional Association ANTA

More about Ali


Alan Park

Remedial Therapist Dip RMT

Cert III in Fitness, Crossfit Level 1 Trainer

Registered with Professional Association AAMT 

More about Alan


Max Lagan

Clinic Assistant Director & Remedial Therapist

Dip. RMT, Cert II Sports Coach

Registered with Professional Association  ANTA

More about Max


 Lynn Tan

 Remedial Therapist Dip RMT

Dip Professional Pilates Instruction

Registered with Professional Association ANTA

More about Lynn

What Our Clients Say

I've been seeing Ali and Max for nearly 8 years now. As a tennis player and gym junkie, I often experience aches, pains and tightness. I always feel better after a treatment and notice a significant increase in range of movement. They are very passionate about what they do and, when it comes to anatomy and biomechanices, they really know their stuff! As a Personal Trainer with Vitalita Health and Fitness, I refer many clients to Function Therapy as I know they will be in good hands. I highly recommend them!

—  Sam Scibilia, Vitalita Health & Fitness


Contact Us

Noosa Clinic

Opening Hours     

Thursday - Saturday

9:00am - 3:00pm


31 Solway Drive

Sunshine Beach, QLD, 4567

Ph: (07) 5324 1244​

Email: info@functiontherapy.com.au

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Brisbane Clinic

Opening Hours


Monday - Saturday

9:00am - 8:00pm


9:00am - 5:00pm

1455 Sandgate Rd

Nundah, QLD, 4012


Ph: (07) 3266 4224​

Email: info@functiontherapy.com.au


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