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COVID Update    

We are now able to see patients for face to face appointments in the clinic.

The Physiotherapy Board and Ministry of Health have updated their guidelines for Allied Health providers.

Although this does not mean ‘business as usual’ for physiotherapy clinics, it does mean some face to face appointments are able to proceed.

Our physiotherapists can provide an initial Telehealth appointment with no surcharge. If you are urgently needing to be seen please call our reception staff as our online bookings are currently all on Telehealth. We are guided by Ministry of Health criteria, with a thorough risk assessment process to ensure your and our clinicans' safety. 

The usual surcharge will apply for any face to face appointments.

All Staff at the clinic have been fully vaccinated and we have robust cleaning and infection control procedures in place.

For an appointment with our massage therapist, you will need to show your vaccine passport as per regulations.

So how does this Telehealth thing work?

There is a lot your physio is able to assess via a secure webcam meeting – either on Zoom or possibly a different platform. They can advise you on how to deal with an existing or new injury and then send you exercises to do at home. We are not charging a surcharge for this service.



The Albany branch is a spacious modern physio, rehab, pilates and yoga clinic, located in the new IAG building which is alongside the Westfield mall and just down from the Law courts. The clinic is walking distance from the Albany Park 'n Ride, or alternatively there is a bus stop right outside the building.

Our post-graduate trained Therapists offer a holistic, professional, friendly and open approach to your rehabilitation. We are conveniently situated for all clients from Albany, Rosedale, Greenhithe, Riverhead/Coatesville and the North Shore's East Coast Bays. 

Clients can park in the Wilsons carpark and we will pay for your parking for the duration of your appointment on arrival at the clinic. No need to take a ticket from the machine.

Disabled carparks are conveniently postioned at the rear of the building for easy access to the clinic. If you have a disability or any special requirement that we should know about, then please let us know at time of booking your appointment.

Our opening hours are there to suit everyone. We offer a number of classes for all levels. Please see our class timetable for more information.


Shockwave Therapy


Radial shock waves are acoustic waves introduced into the body by means of a transmitter and handpiece. These waves move through the body in outward motion from the point of contact. The point of contact will be moved throughout your treatment to cover the entire pain region. Radial shockwaves are often referred to as radial pressure waves, which is the correct definition in physical terms because it best describes how the waveform moves through the body. When introduced into the tissue, shock waves and pressure waves have effects on a cellular level that are beneficial for healing. Increased blood flow2 and formation of new blood vessels3,4 create an improved environment for tissue repair. It has further been shown that application of shock waves influences the body’s pain regulating mechanisms resulting in local pain relief.





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