About Us

Who We Are And What We Do

About MJN Clinical Myotherapy

MJN Clinical Myotherapy was commenced in 2011 by Ms Emily Pryor. Emily is a qualified Clinical Myotherapist having completed her Bachelor of Health Science – Clinical Myotherapy Degree at Australia’s leading Myotherapy school, the Southern School of Natural Therapies in Melbourne.

She has has built MJN to be a clinic that is devoted to servicing its patients in an holistic, individualised and passionate way.

Utilising her extensive and detailed treatment protocols, the MJN Team are able to ensure that each patient receives a tailored and specific treatment for their individual needs using the following non extensive list of modalities:

  • Dry Needling.
  • Cupping
  • Soft Tissue Massage.
  • Correct exercises.

MJN and its team of Myotherapists’ pride themselves on being market leaders in Clinical Myotherapy through furthering their skills through education and courses to ensure that patients are receiving the best level of treatment available.

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Our Team

MJN Clinical Myotherapy and our Practitioners pride themselves on maintaining the highest level of qualifications to ensure each patient receives a tailored and thorough level of treatment. The Team understand the importance and commitment required to deliver such a high level of treatment and is therefore devoted to continuously developing and furthering their skills.


Emily Dishoian

Founder / Clinical Myotherapist

Emily Dishoian is the founder of MJN Clinical Myotherapy and aims to push the boundaries of Clinical Myotherapy. She studied at Bachelor of Health Science-Clinical Myotherapy at Southern school of Natural therapies. She has been treating since 2010 and has a deep passion with holistic health. Her philosophy regarding her treatment style all comes from a postural basis. She believes it is only when each movement pattern has its full range of motion that the body can be free of restriction, allowing it to be painfree. It is from this posture and movement pattern place that Emily gains great reward in postural realignment patients. She has a speciality in assessing movement and firing pattern chains. It is through assessment she is able to get to the bottom of the biomechanical weakness. From there she releases the overloaded structures and strengthens the weak. Enabling new improved firing patterns to develop, encouraging the body to move from a place of ease, allowing its true potential to shine.


Martin Low

Clinical Myotherapist

Martin is a fabulous Clinical Myotherapist who is proficient in the use of techniques such as dry needling, myofascial release, joint mobilisations, cupping, and exercise prescription. In the past, Martin also completed a bachelor’s and a master’s in the field of Psychology before studying Clinical Myotherapy. Martin is still deeply invested in mental health and fascinated with the relationship between the mind and body, especially when it comes to our experience of pain. Martin’s greatest passion is chronic pain, including what leads to it, and how we might equip ourselves with the tools to overcome it. He brings calm and patience to every treatment, striving to make every client feel listened to, and gain a comprehensive understanding of their experience. He delights in sharing knowledge and restoring a client’s confidence in their own bodies. To him, every client is their own unique case, and each treatment is focused on finding out what works for them.


Aaron Jennings

Clinical Myotherapist

Aaron is a passionate and friendly practitioner that has a patient centric focus to the treatment of musculoskeletal and postural pain related pain. He has been practicing as a Clinical Myotherapist since 2012 and he finds it empowering that through patient education and specific treatment methods, you can have such as strong impact on someone’s life as he believes that every individual’s life matters. Aaron’s love for people and understanding the human body is what drove him to link himself to the Clinical Myotherapy as well as his love for participating in various sports which left him fascinated about the body and how each individual’s body moves so differently. Aaron prides himself on being able to empathetically listen to a patient’s pain compliant and implement thorough testing methods to enable him to identify where the issue is coming from and then proceed to extensively talk through what needs to be done both during treatment, and post treatment to help the patient. Aaron feels he has no direct speciality in treatment of any specific Musculo skeletal issues however treatment at MJN will ensure that you have a well-rounded treatment and understand what is required to improve your quality of life. Aaron has had high amounts of experience treating chronic pain patients as well as altered Neurological patients primarily through the forms of MS and Cerebral Palsy. When Aaron isn’t at work you can find him at home with his wife and 18-month-old daughter Matilda. He also enjoys the odd game of golf and going for the odd run, as Aaron believes that movement is a significant part of pain management and prevention.


Daniel Eksiyan

Clinical Myotherapist

Daniel (Danny) is a passionate Clinical Myotherapist driven by the love of sport and recovery, especially soccer, which has been a big part of his life having played it at a very high level for over 22 years. With a Bachelor of Health Science (Myotherapy) combined with a Bachelor of Exercise Sport Science/Business, Daniel’s goal with treatment is to have you always feeling that you have received a client-focused experience and an evidence-based approach to treatment with the primary goal of getting you back to doing what you love pain free. Outside of the clinic, you will often find Daniel watching all types of sports, eating and cooking (being a big foodie!) or at his happy place, down by the beach.