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COVID 19 Info

COVID 19 Protection Framework, or the “Traffic Light System”

We remain open under Traffic Light Red setting and continue to follow MOH and Physio NZ guidelines.

We will continue with our detailed COVID19 /flu screening questions and mask use and we can continue to treat all patients, regardless of Vaccination status.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the clinic:

[email protected]
Phone: 06 7534702
Email: [email protected]



A muscle balance assessment is a detailed assessment of your body to determine which specific areas of your body are working well and which aren’t. The muscle balance assessment is a Sport and recreation specific assessment with focuses on flexibility, joint range of motion, muscle strength and the coordination of movement/movement patterns. Muscle balance/biomechanical assessment also can be used for work related disorders which are causing pain and decreased work performance.

One of the common issues we encounter with our patients is a overworked muscle become tight and powerful, while the opposite muscle group becomes weak and lengthened. Both these situations can lead to pain and additional compensation somewhere else in the body, which can cause more issues.

The muscle balance assessment will take approximately 90 minutes and at the end of the assessment your Physiotherapist will give you a specific rehabilitation programme, designed to improve your performance and to limit repetitive injuries that might continue to be an issue.