COVID-19 Update: We are reopening Thursday 14 May 2020!
We will be following strict COVID-19 safety protocols for face-to-cafe appointments.
We can't wait to see you all again in our clinics. Call us or use the appointment button above as usual :-)
For your continued safety (of our staff), please fill out the COVID-19 screening form and bring with you before you come in. Call us if you have any trouble with this.
Stay safe - Kia kaha
Physiotherapy in New Plymouth
We are a group of independent physiotherapy clinics in Taranaki. Everything we do is geared towards quality, clinical excellence and providing our customers with a positive experience.
Our team of highly skilled practitioners will work with you to set realistic goals so that you know what to expect from your treatment. For most conditions, we expect to see significant positive change within 1-3 sessions. We work with clients through the acute stages of pain and injury, through to stabilisation and rehabilitation. This significantly reduces the risk of a repeat injury.
Our clients include:
- Corporate clients
- Elite athletes
- Weekend warriors
- Expectant mothers
- Members of the community
- Travellers and visitors to Taranaki
Everyone is welcome and our aim is to provide a consistently high-quality standard of care.
- Are you having difficulty moving or sleeping?
- Are you suffering pain or stiffness doing basic tasks like washing your hair, getting in or out of your car, or climbing stairs?
Our physio team are here to help get you moving well again, and keep you moving – whether that’s at work, at play or at home.
Physiotherapy can relieve pain and stiffness and treat a wide variety of conditions including:
- Neck and Back pain
- Shoulder pain or weakness
- Knee pain and stiffness
- Hip or groin pain
- Hamstring tears
- Pinched nerves
- Achilles pain and stiffness
- Stiff neck
- Heel pain
- Tennis or Golfers elbow
Call us and make an appointment today. It's the first step!
Clinical research is vital in the field of physiotherapy. Physiotherapists regularly take broad new evidence based research to back up their treatments methods. Read more →
Joint injuries are among the most common problems experienced by physiotherapy patients. These injuries may result from trauma such as injury or from wear and tear to the joint as in the case of arthritis. Read more →
Overuse, overtraining, weak muscles and tendons, trauma, poor technique and incorrect footwear can all lead to foot injuries. In this article we will look at some of the most common foot injuries and how physiotherapy can help. Read more →
Soccer injuries cover a wide array of complaints and can involve every part of the body. From concussions to plantar fasciitis, soccer players are prone to them all. Read more →
Ice therapy (cryotherapy) is the use of ice in the treatment of acute and chronic injuries. Read more →
The thought of having a knee replacement is enough to make most people very nervous. With some advice from your physiotherapist and careful preparation, you can get over the procedure with very little discomfort. Read more →
Knee pain is a common reason for seeking physiotherapy. Because of its location, function and anatomy, the knee is more susceptible to injury than any other joint. Read more →
Careful preparation is crucial to accomplishing a half marathon, especially if you are new to exercise. Read more →
Physiotherapists are emphasising the mental and psychological aspects of their patients' approach to rehabilitation in making a full recovery. Read more →
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