At Auckland Physiotherapy we provide specialised services based on leading edge research to get you back on track as quickly as possible. 

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Whether you're an athlete trying to get the competitive edge or it's your joints that are giving you trouble, we have the right treatment for you.


Auckland Physiotherapy has two practices, one based in South Auckland just off the motorway at East Tamaki and the other in Lunn Avenue in Mount Wellington. Combined the two clinics offer full gym facilities and medical support with closely working GP's and sports physicians.

All our therapists have a minimum of 5 years clinical experience and are post-grad qualified. This means that every practitioner is up to date with the latest research and has the experience and in-depth knowledge to get you back on the right track as fast as possible. 

 

Our services...

  • SPINAL REHABILITATION

  • SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY

  • WOMENS HEALTH PHYSIOTHERAPY

  • ARTHRITIS MANAGEMENT

  • CLINICAL PILATES

  • DRY NEEDLING 

At AUCKLAND PHYSIOTHERAPY we specialise in all types of musculoskeletal injuries and post-operative rehabilitation.

Our treatments are all based on the latest medial research and include a variety of hands on treatment and exercise based rehabilitation.

Give us a call on (09) 366 4480 if you have any questions.

Why Work With Us?

  • SPECIALIZED MUSCULOSKELETAL PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

  • ALL POST GRAD QUALIFIED STAFF

  • TREATMENTS BASED ON RECENT MEDICAL RESEARCH  

At AUCKLAND PHYSIOTHERAPY, we are dedicated to not only treating your symptoms, but finding the underlying cause of your problem to prevent future recurrences.

We pride ourselves on delivering the highest quality care for our clients and are rewarded in seeing great results. 

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