Milly Treacy


Monday 2pm – 7pm & Wednesday 2pm - 7pm
Milly is a passionate Myotherapist who thrives off helping others overcome musculoskeletal pain, restoring movement and improving mobility and strength within the body.
Milly grew up in a small country town in regional Victoria and moved to Melbourne to complete her studies in 2017. Milly graduated from her Bachelor degree of Myotherapy in 2019 at Endeavour College of Natural Health and is a registered member of Myotherapy Association Australia. In her spare time Milly enjoys living a healthy lifestyle, attending the gym, playing netball, cooking and spending time with family, friends and most importantly her 3 dogs.
Injury prevention is a big part of Milly’s approach to treatment including correcting any postural inconsistencies in order to improve better mobility within the body and achieve a pain free way of living. Milly has particular interest in treating the hip and lower back region as well as the lower limb and shoulder area. Milly believes that there is no one size fits all model with Myotherapy and that incorporating the client in their own recovery journey and individualising each clients treatment for them personally leads to an increased likelihood of long term results. 
Milly utilises a number a different techniques during her treatments including Dry Needling, Cupping, Trigger Point Therapy, Joint Mobilisation, Myofacial Techniques and Exercise Prescription. Milly believes that movement is key to recovery and that by ustilising a combination of hands on manual treatment and Exercise Rehabilitation she will be able to play a huge part in your own personal journey to recovery.
Milly is extremely passionate about sports injury and rehabilitation, having extensive experience working in the elite sporting industry with both mens and womens VFL and AFL clubs as well as Melbourne Storm, Melbourne Rebels and Western United Football Club. While Milly has a particular interest in sports related injury and rehabilitation, she also really enjoys treating chronic and acute injuries whether it be postural related from your occupation or if you’ve pulled up stiff and sore from a weekend of gardening, amateur sport, or house renovations.