How Physio Can Help

Physio's can help you recover from, prevent or manage a wide range of conditions - everything from arthritis to pelvic floor disorders.

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Falls Prevention

As you get older you have a greater risk of falling. Physiotherapy can help by providing exercises that will improve your strength and balance, reducing your chance of having a fall and enabling you to keep active.

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After a stroke

If you have suffered a stroke then physiotherapy can play a very important role in your recovery; both during your hospital stay and after you leave.

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After surgery

Surgery is sometimes needed to improve your health, or save your life and it can be stressful, both emotionally and physically. A physio can help you recover from surgery faster and get back to enjoying your daily activities.

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Arthritis

Keeping moving is vital if you have arthritis. Physios are qualified and skilled in getting you moving around more freely despite your arthritis.

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Asthma

Suffer from asthma? Then it’s essential that you learn how to breathe correctly; a physio can help you manage the physical effects of your asthma including controlling coughing, coping with an attack and improving your breathing.

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At work

How many hours in your lifetime will you spend at work? A physio can help you be better at work by advising on posture, repetitive tasks, strain injuries and anything else that affects your health at work.

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Back pain

Over 80% of New Zealanders will experience some form of back pain in their lifetime. If you’re one of them, then you’ll know what struggle it can be. Back pain can impact on your work and your general ability to keep moving and enjoy life

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COPD

Are you breathless? Have you ever smoked? If so you could have a lung disease called COPD. While there is no cure there are treatments, including physiotherapy, that can help you manage your symptoms and lead a more active lifestyle.

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Muscle Sprains

A physio can help you recover from a muscle sprain or tear. The earlier you get help, the faster your injury is likely to heal.

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Pelvic floor disorders

If you sometimes experience urine leakage (incontinence) then you’re not alone, 1.1 million New Zealanders experience some form of this every month. The good news is it can be helped, so don’t wait, it’s never too late to regain control of your life.

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Sports performance

If you play sport then you may have seen a physio for injury rehabilitation - but did you know physiotherapy can also improve your sporting performance, show you how to reduce the risk of injuries and teach you how to stretch and warm up correctly?

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Return to work

Returning to work after an accident or illness can be a daunting task, but getting back to work has lots of benefits. A physio can help you plan your return to work.

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How Physio Can Help

  • Falls Prevention

    As you get older you have a greater risk of falling. Physiotherapy can help by providing exercises that will improve your strength and balance, reducing... Read

  • After a stroke

    If you have suffered a stroke then physiotherapy can play a very important role in your recovery; both during your hospital stay and after you... Read

  • After surgery

    Surgery is sometimes needed to improve your health, or save your life and it can be stressful both emotionally and physically. A physio can help... Read

  • Arthritis

    Keeping moving is vital if you have arthritis. Physios are qualified and skilled in getting you moving around more freely despite your arthritis. They'll start... Read

  • Asthma

    Suffer from asthma? Then it’s essential that you learn how to breathe correctly; a physio can help you manage the physical effects of your asthma... Read

  • At work

    How many hours in your lifetime will you spend at work? A physio can help you be better at work by advising on posture, repetitive... Read

  • Back pain

    Over 80% of New Zealanders will experience some form of back pain in their lifetime. If you’re one of them, then you’ll know what struggle... Read

  • COPD

    Are you breathless? Have you ever smoked? If so you could have a lung disease called COPD. While there is no cure there are treatments,... Read

  • Muscle Sprains

    A physio can help you recover from a muscle sprain or tear. The earlier you get help, the faster your injury is likely to... Read

  • Pelvic floor disorders

    If you sometimes experience urine leakage (incontinence) then you’re not alone, 1.1 million New Zealanders experience some form of this every month. The good news... Read

  • Sports performance

    If you play sport then you may have seen a physio for injury rehabilitation - but did you know physiotherapy can also improve your sporting... Read

  • Return to work

    Returning to work after an accident or illness can be a daunting task, but getting back to work has lots of benefits. A physio can... Read

  • DHB Leaders

    The District Health Board Leaders group are Physiotherapy Advisors, Leaders and Managers from District Health Board (DHB) physiotherapy services in New Zealand. Read

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