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We know every person and their injury is unique

APM is New Zealand’s largest provider of vocational rehabilitation services

Our network of more than 400 health and assessment professionals know every injury is unique and needs a personalised approach.

As ACC’s only nationally contracted provider of vocational rehabilitation services we specialise in helping people recover from injuries and return to work and their daily living activities.

We support injured workers and their employers by providing safe and effective return to work programmes and strategies, including ACC’s Stay at Work programme.

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With more than 20 years’ experience in vocational health we know an individual has a better chance of making a recovery from injury if they are able to return to their employment as soon as possible.

We work with all parties including employersemployees, insurers and treating health professionals to make this happen.

With additional contracts across our national network also provides many community rehabilitation services for injured New Zealanders.

We work with ACC case managers, local support services and health practitioners to help people recover at home and in their community.

This includes our Concussion Service, home assessments and training to help people adapt to changing circumstances from their injuries.

Our specialists also provide comprehensive Pain Management Services on behalf of ACC for people living with pain following an injury or illness.

Our biopsychosocial model allows us to assess, plan and manage the treatment of our clients. We look beyond the physical symptoms of pain and examine other factors that may be impacting their health to create a strategy to improve a person’s day to day life.

We’re proud to work with the New Zealand government, ACC and local agencies to enable better lives for thousands of New Zealanders in need of rehabilitation services every year.

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