APM’s physiotherapy services can help you reduce and manage pain, improve your rehabilitation, and boost your health and wellbeing
APM is a trusted provider of vocational rehabilitation and health services in communities across New Zealand.
Our physiotherapists are based in Hamilton and Wellington, and can help you with:
- Sports injury recovery
- Back and neck pain
- Joint and arthritic pain
- Surgical rehabilitation
- Workstation assessments
- Strength and conditioning
- Repetitive strain injuries
You can also speak to us about:
- Women’s health physiotherapy
- Dizziness and vestibular issues
- Lymphoedema management
- TMJ/jaw issues
Standard physio fees
- Private rate: $75 (including GST)
- ACC claims: $25 (including GST)
Meet our Wellington physios
Barbara is a Wellington local and grew up in Lower Hutt, before moving to Otago to obtain her degree.
After graduating in 2016 Barbara moved back to her hometown and started her career in private physio practice.
She spent two years treating a range of clients, from immediate post-op rehabilitation and older clients to high-level athletes, weekend warriors anddancers.
Barbara enjoys treating all types of ailments and injuries and takes a special interest in looking at how biomechanics can help us recover from injuries.
Tara graduated from Otago University in 2014 and started her working life at Hutt Hospital.
Tara has experience in acute rehab, inpatient/outpatient cardiopulmonary clinics, post-surgical and orthopaedic rehabilitation, neurological physiotherapy, and inpatient/outpatient/community musculoskeletal clinics.
Since joining APM in 2016 Tara has worked in community rehabilitation, task analysis, and a number of ACC contracts.
More recently she has spent over a year running musculoskeletal clinics for the New Zealand Defence Force.
Tara has recently completed courses in pilates and dry needling to add to the many techniques she uses to help her patients achieve their goals.
Meet our Hamilton physios
Caroline graduated from AUT in 2010. Apart for a two-year stint in the hospital sector in the UK, Caroline has spent the majority of her time working for private practices in New Zealand.
She enjoys working with a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries with a special interest in movement quality and control.
Caroline utilises a range of manual therapy techniques, education and exercise prescription to address the causes of pain, biomechanical issues and loss of everyday function.
Caroline utilises a wide range of techniques in her treatments including myofascial therapy, dry needling and joint mobilisation.
Emma has been working in private practice for the past five years treating people with musculoskeletal injuries from all walks of life.
She’s passionate about helping people reach their full potential despite injuries, health problems or persistent pain.
Emma's interest areas are injury prevention, chronic shoulder pain and tendon rehabilitation.
Want to find out more? Contact APM today