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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]



Osteoarthritis is a painful condition where the cartilage that cushions your joints gradually breaks down and causes pain, stiffness and swelling.

Along with appropriate Medication and weight management (especially for hip, knee and ankle osteoarthritis), Physiotherapy can greatly assist with your Osteoarthritis.
The research show that exercising is the most effective non-pharmacological treatment for reducing pain and improving function. Specifically exercises that help strengthen the muscles of the affected joint and increase the range of motion (flexibility) have been shown to help improve patients symptoms.

An exercise programme should be specifically tailored to the individual patient and symptoms closely monitored. Regardless of how severe your symptoms are, Physiotherapy can greatly assist with your Osteoarthritis.