We take a 360ᴼclinical analysis when providing you with quality physiotherapy services that are tailored to your specific needs.

Helping you achieve your physical goals and being an active member in your home, workspace and community is of great importance to us. We opt for a hands-on approach during therapy, prompt identification of weaknesses and emphasis on client education to ensure the best results.

We are enthusiastic about seeing our clients return to their activities more functional than they were before, and not merely with less pain.


Does your team or tournament need side-line medical cover? Do your players need a physiotherapist to oversee their physical fitness, injury prevention and injury rehabilitation?

Teams that have full side-line medical support perform better. Appropriate prevention and management strategies of players mean less injuries, less time away from games and practices and improved performance. 

Prepared with our own first aid kit, portable plinth and gazebo, we can be there for:

  • Training and match day preparation and cover
  • Tournament cover
  • Individual athlete support
  • Continued athlete support
  • Overseas tours 


A 360ᴼ perspective of health complaints in women requires acquired knowledge and an in-depth insight into female anatomy. Hormonal changes through varying ages and stages, as well as injuries or discomforts that commonly occur in women, require the attention of a physiotherapist who is aware and sensitive to these factors.

Make an appointment with our trained Women’s Health Physiotherapist for physiotherapy treatment for:

  • Lower back pain and/or pelvic girdle pain in pregnancy
  • Nerve and/or tendon entrapment (especially related to pregnancy)
  • Postpartum rehabilitation for rectus diastasis and pelvic floor complaints
  • Varicosities
  • Lymphedema (especially post radiation treatment)
  • Blocked ducts and mastitis (related to breastfeeding)
  • Rehabilitation with osteoporosis


Over 1 million New Zealanders experience urine leaks every month, and up to 50% of women who have given birth are affected by pelvic organ prolapse.

If you are experiencing:

  • bladder and/or bowel incontinence,
  • bladder and/or bowel urgency,
  • urinary frequency (day time and/or night time),
  • difficulties emptying the bladder and/or bowel or
  • pelvic organ prolapse symptoms (see What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse? in our blogs for details),

the good news is it can be helped, so don’t wait, as it’s never too late to regain control of your life.