Welcome to Physiofamily!
Papamoa’s dynamic physiotherapy practice, with two locations in Papamoa. The Original Bach on Papamoa Beach Rd and our new purpose built clinic at Excelsa Medical Centre in Golden Sands. We, at Physiofamily strive to improve your health and with a combined 35+ years of physio experience, you can be sure you're in good hands.
Physiofamily specialises in musculoskeletal and sports injuries with treatment focusing on hands on therapy and exercises to strengthen, tone, stabilise and mobilise those sore muscles and joints.
Our aim is to have you pain free, fitter, stronger and healthier by the end of your treatment - better than before you were injured!
We also specialise in headache treatment, sports injuries such as achilles pain, shoulder pain, tennis elbow, golfers elbow, lower back pain, neck sprains, golf injuries, sciatica, antenatal and postnatal physio... the list goes on and on!
In our boutique gym we offer personalised post surgical rehabilitation programmes for Total Hip and Knee replacements, ACL reconstructions, rotator cuff repairs, spinal surgery, ankle and elbow surgery and many more. We also follow this up with a detailed on-line home exercise programme, with pictures and videos of your exercises that are tailor made for your recovery.
Our vision is to provide a quality physiotherapy service based around family values of integrity, honesty, trust and caring. We look at the whole picture and work to improve your quality of life from the very first session.
Physiofamily was established by James and Susan Mooney, the clinic has quickly grown with Pip Christensen joining the team in 2013. Click here to read about the team.
We are pretty lucky us Kiwis; we have a beautiful country, great weather (especially in Tauranga, Mt Maunganui and Papamoa!), great sports teams, wonderful artists, friendly people and a great national insurance scheme in ACC. This enables Physio for accidents to be very affordable for every New Zealander. Check out some more information on ACC and our great rates on the pricing page.
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