A physiotherapist can help with planning and providing an exercise programme for you to increase strength and movement, massaging or manipulating areas of your body to relieve pain and stiffness, providing information and advice on general lifestyle, body movement and postures to prevent injuries.

What to expect?

Therapists use a variety of treatments.
These may include:

Manipulation and mobilisation
Exercise programmes
Brace fitting
Lifestyle advice
Education to prevent future injury


Do I need a referral?

You can see us directly - you do not need a referral from your doctor.

We are registered health professionals who can lodge an ACC claim for you if you have an injury.

What do I need to know for my first appointment?

When you visit us for the first time, it's a good idea to wear clothes that you'll be comfortable in and to bring along any important information, such as your X-rays, or relevant documents.

Your therapist will talk to you about your medical history and assess your health issue. They'll discuss what you'd like to achieve from the treatment.

Will my physio provide-post session treatment?

Your session will include your Physio  explaining and demonstrating exercises for you to work on at home in between appointments that will help improve your injury or prevent future injury.

What are my rights and responsibilities?

To have accessibility to the best care that our therapist can provide. We promise to look after you to the best of our abilities.
To be treated with care and skill, dignity and respect.

To bring a family member, whānau, friend, caregiver and/or interpreter to your treatment.

To withdraw from your treatment at any stage or seek a second opinion.