APM Physiotherapy

Your local physiotherapy team for treatment of pain and injury.
Call us about same-day bookings 0800 967 522.

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Pain or injury?

At APM Physiotherapy, we understand your life is busy, and you don't want to be put on hold.

Our friendly and experienced staff offer a wide range of services to support your recovery from injury and pain so you can keep doing the things you love.

You don't need a referral to book with APM Physiotherapy.

Whether you need help recovering from an ACC-covered injury or have general pain and discomfort, you can find the support you need at your local APM clinic.

APM Physiotherapy clinics

Can't make it to a clinic?

Our experienced team can support you managing your injury, pain or discomfort, with an online appointment wherever you are.

Call us today or click below to request an appointment and we'll be in touch.

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How much will your therapy cost?

  • $30 (inc. GST) per session for ACC-covered injuries
  • $75 (inc. GST) per session for non-ACC injuries and private appointments

ACC covered injuries are subsidised. You’ll pay a surcharge and we will lodge a claim for you. For non-ACC injuries you must pay the full treatment cost.

Your APM Physiotherapist can let you know if your injury is covered by ACC and lodge the required claims.

Check out our quick guide to learn what's covered under ACC.

Our physiotherapy services

If you’re experiencing pain or have recently had an injury, seeking help quickly can make a big difference in your recovery.

When you make an appointment with APM, you'll be matched with a highly skilled physiotherapist who will assess your injury and discuss your treatment options.

We don't believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to health.

Instead, your physiotherapist will work with you to find the best treatment, or combination of treatments, to help you achieve your health goals.

Our therapists pride themselves on clinical excellence.

So when you make an appointment with APM, you can trust you'll get quality, evidence-based care.

Our Services

Injury management
  • Muscle injuries
  • Sports injuries
  • Foot and ankle injuries
  • Running injuries
  • Overuse injuries
  • Repetitive strain injuries (RSI)
  • Tendon injuries
Pain management
  • Back and neck pain
  • Sciatica
  • Pelvic pain
  • Joint, hip, and knee pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Nerve pain
  • Postural aches and pains
  • Breathing disorders
  • Elbow and wrist pain
  • Chronic pain
Rehabilitation support
  • Pre- and post-surgery
  • Pregnancy pains
  • Postnatal care
  • Arthritis
  • Headaches and dizziness
  • Pelvic floor
  • Gradual onset issues

Pelvic health therapy

If you are experiencing pelvic pain, bladder or bowel incontinence, pre-or post-partum concerns or have had an injury while giving birth, speak to us.

In selected APM Physiotherapy sites, pelvic health physiotherapists are available to address your concerns and support your recovery.

At APM, we don't believe in a one-size-fits-all approach. We support all genders, and our physiotherapists provide the highest level of care to ensure you get the support you need.

Our friendly and experienced physiotherapists can assist with abnormal sexual function, continence issues, pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, and much more.

Health issues can be frustrating and debilitating, but you don't need to let them hold you back. Let us help you get back to great pelvic health.

Get in touch to see if your local APM Physiotherapy clinic provides pelvic health appointments.

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Your appointment

Appointments take up to 30 minutes and typically consist of:

  • Your therapist asking questions to understand your injury, pain or discomfort
  • A physical assessment to understand the cause of the issue and help provide a diagnosis
  • Treatment and education
  • A tailored recovery and prevention plan, with recommendations for further actions

As part of your treatment and recovery, your physiotherapist will provide ways to manage your pain and discomfort and some education on preventing and managing any ongoing symptoms.

Some APM physiotherapists have additional experience in the treatment and support of specific issues, such as pelvic health or disordered breathing.

These have slightly different booking processes, and appointment lengths may vary. Get in touch for more information on what's available in your region.

Frequently asked questions

What happens in a physio appointment?

Your first appointment is an initial consultation to get as much information as possible about your pain, injury and physiotherapy needs.

Appointments take up to 30 minutes. It is best to arrive 10 minutes early for your first appointment to complete any paperwork.

If you have more than one injury, let your physiotherapist know at the start of your first session.

Follow-up appointments take up to 30 minutes, and your therapist will talk to you about whether this is required.

Does physiotherapy really work?

Yes, physiotherapy really works. We use evidence-based practices to help with the treatment and prevent of pain and injuries.

How do I know if I need physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is useful for a range of issues. Whether you're experiencing aches relating to sports injuries, pain when lifting heavy objects, or discomfort when making repetitive movements, a physio can help.

Our trained team can give you the support you need using proven techniques tailored to your goals and lifestyle.

Simply put, we care and want to get you back to doing what you love. To find out more or book an appointment, call us on 0800 967 522 today.

What can I expect at my first physio appointment?
  • Initial assessment – your physiotherapist will ask you questions about your pain or injury.

  • Examine and test – your physiotherapist will examine the affected areas and test your movement, nerves and strength.

  • Discuss treatment – your physiotherapist will share their findings and provide treatment options and ways to manage your pain or injury.

  • Make a plan – your physiotherapist will work with you to plan ongoing treatment or injury management, answer questions and address concerns.

If you have more than one injury, make sure to let your physiotherapist know at the start of your first session.

What should I wear to my appointment?

Comfortable, loose clothing that doesn't restrict movement and allows access to the site of your injury.

How long will my appointment be?

Each appointment can last up to 30 minutes.

Your first session is a consultation to find out more about you and your injury/condition.

This session determines an appropriate treatment plan and shapes further sessions.

Can I request a male or female physio?

We try our best to accommodate all requests.

How much will my appointment cost?

$75 for injuries not covered by ACC or $30 for injuries covered by ACC.

How do I pay for my appointment?

In-person appointments: payments are made via EFTPOS. We accept all major credit cards (including American Express).

Online appointments: you'll receive an invoice following your appointment, which you can pay online or by bank transfer.

Can I check if my injury is covered by ACC?

You can go to what we cover in the ACC website to learn more

Why choose APM Physiotherapy?

Empowering you to keep active, social, and healthy is our mission. When it comes to physical health, we're experts in supporting people towards a happier, healthier life.

So when you're ready to start working to achieve your full health potential, we're here to help.

APM is part of a network of allied health professionals that cover many disciplines and areas of expertise. We're ready to work hard and support you on your health journey.

Do I need a GP or specialist referral?

No, you can make an appointment directly with our APM Physiotherapy team by calling 0800 967 522. You do not need a GP referral.

What should I bring to my physio appointment?

For ACC covered injuries, you'll need your claim number and injury date. If you have notes, scans or medical records relating to your injury, we recommend you bring these to your first appointment.

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