Welcome To

Physiotherapy

Associates

TE RŌPŪ KŌMIRI HUIHUI MAI KI A WHARE HAUORA

We pride ourselves in providing high quality and innovative physiotherapy services to you, your family and work colleagues.

What is Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is the health profession responsible for the Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement-Related Dysfunctions of the human body.

Our Values

  • We adhere to professional ethical and cultural guidelines
  • We focus upon best practice and innovation
  • We are client centered and solution focused
  • We offer highest quality care

Fees discounted for super card holders

Physiotherapy Services

Post Surgical Rehabilitation

Physiotherapy Associates can help you to maximise recovery after surgery through joint mobilization, pain relief, strengthening programmes and planned graduated return to normal daily and recreation activity.

Sports Injuries

Physiotherapy Associates can minimize your time away from sports activity with accurate assessment of injuries, appropriate treatment and managed return to full activity.

Pain Management

Physiotherapy Associates can assist you with pain control and relief with graded activity programmes to improve function, neural mobilization, acupuncture and electrotherapy.                         

General Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy Associates provides accurate assessment and diagnosis of musculoskeletal problems with appropriate investigation and referral when required. More..

We can assist you to return to your normal levels of activity after spinal injuries, joint sprains and strains, occupational and sports injuries. We can help you improve and maintain function if you suffer from osteoarthritis or have had or are about to have joint replacement surgery.
Conditions such as headache, vertigo, TMJ (jaw) pain can also be helped.

Our Clinical Team

Principal

Richard J Hopkins

B.Sc (Canterbury) M.H.Sc (Otago) Dip. Manipulative Therapy,

Ad. Dip.Phys. (Orthopaedic Manual Therapy) MNZSP, MNZCP

PHYSIOTHERAPIST

Wendy Cooper

Ad. Dip. Phys. (OMT),

NZRP, MPNZ