Cambridge Clinic 07 827 4519 or Leamington Clinic 07 827 7561

Frequently Asked Questions

How much will it cost?

    ACC Initial Surcharge$30.00

    ACC Follow up Surcharge
    Private Initial$85.00
    Private Follow up

    There is a small charge for some materials used.

    Do I need a referral?

    You don't need a referral. You are welcome to phone us directly at any time for an appointment - Cambridge Clinic 07 827 4519 or Leamington Clinic 07 827 7561

    How long will my appointment take?

    Your initial appointment will be approx. 40 minutes and subsequent visits a minimum of 20 minutes, depending on complexity.

    Why should I choose physiotherapy?

    Physiotherapists use their in-depth knowledge of how the body works, combined with hands on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat your symptoms. Physiotherapy can reduce acute and chronic pain, improve and maximise function, prevent injury, reduce medication and manage a range of other chronic conditions such as Arthritis or Asthma.

    Do you make home visits?

    Yes - we frequently make home visits, particularly for our elderly and less mobile patients. These can easily be arranged by appointment.

    Do you offer acupuncture?

    Yes. We offer acupuncture at both clinics.

    I have just injured myself. When should I see a physiotherapist?

    You should make an appointment as soon as possible so we can assess your injury and formulate a rehabilitation programme for you.

    Useful Links

    Accident Compensation Corporation

    The Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) administers NZ's accident compensation scheme, which provides accident insurance for all NZ citizens, residents and temporary visitors to NZ.

    The Ministry of Health

    The Government's principal advisor on health and disability, responsible for improving, promoting and protecting the health of all New Zealanders.

    Physiotherapy Board

    The Physiotherapy Board is the regulatory authority for physiotherapists, established under the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003 (HPCA Act).

    Health and Disability Commissioner

    The Health and Disability Commissioner is an independent agency set up to promote and protect the rights of consumers who use health and disability services.


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