Myotherapy, or massage therapy is the act of manipulating and kneading a patient's muscles as well as soft tissue sutures in order to enhance their health and well-being. This is a classic form manual therapy that involves gentle pressure on soft tissues, tendons and ligaments. While it may appear simple massaging, it can be incredibly complex, particularly when you consider the effects of kneaded muscles on your skin. Myotherapy can cause bruising, swelling, pain, redness, swelling, and in some instances, a reaction in the body of the patient. Prior to undergoing myotherapy, it is crucial to be aware of any side effects. This article offers a quick overview of the possible myotherapy side effects.