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Our mission is to provide quality, valuable services by dedicated therapists using up to date practices. We aim to provide you with a relaxed and friendly environment where you receive education and quality management by professional and experienced staff. Meaning that you'll return to full sport and daily activity levels, while simultaneously learning appropriate self-management strategies for the future.
We are committed to providing ongoing education to all team members, while simultaneously encouraging for all staff to develop their own career pathways and specialist areas within a supportive, team-oriented environment.
About Your Appointment
What should I expect during my appoiment?
After introducing themselves, the Physiotherapist will want to find out about why you are there to see them that day. The practice uses an electronic note system and may be typing notes on the computer during the appointment. This will involve asking questions about any pain or weakness you may be having and any history around it. The Physiotherapist will be interested in your occupation and tasks required, and also what hobbies you have that may be effected by your complaint.
What should I wear?
Comfortable loose clothing is advised. If your are being seen for lower back or leg and feet injuries, then shorts are advised. If you get problems when wearing certain footwear, it may also be useful to bring them with you to the Physiotherapy or Podiatry appointment. If shoulders, upper and lower back will need to be seen, we advise women to wear a singlet or a bra that they are comfortable in. Towels are always provided for additional comfort.
Are there any forms to fill out?
We require all clients to complete a consent to treat form and fill out the appropriate section on the form if it is an ACC claim. This will collect some personal details and some basic medical history which will remain confidential at all times.
Can I bring someone with me for support?
You are very welcome to bring someone with you for support during your appointment.
Reception Hours Are From:
Monday 8:30am to 8pm
Tuesday 8:30am to 5pm
Wednesday 8:30am to 6pm
Thursday 8:30 to 8pm
Friday 8:30 to 3:30pm
Physiotherapists are available from 8:00am to 8:00pm Monday to Thursday and Friday 8am until 6pm. Contact us to find out the late night locations
If you require urgent attention after these hours please contact an After Hours Clinic listed in the front of the phonebook