Physiotherapy services Mt Eden village
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Clinic Location Our clinic is located within the Mt Eden Medical Centre at 457 Mt Eden Rd – corner of Grange Rd and Mt Eden Rd. (Directly opposite the Mobil station in Mt Eden). There is parking available onsite and in surrounding residential streets. There is wheelchair access from the carpark. Contact Details Postal Address PO Box 67 042 Mt Eden, Auckland Email: Phone: 09 623 3267 Nigel – 027 215 9775 Cathy – 0274 950 336 Fax: 09 623 … Read More

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Physiotherapy Consultations We can provide you with expert advice and treatment for the following conditions: Spinal problems – back and neck pain, headaches & migraine. Sports injuries – tendon, muscle, and ligament pain, strains, & sprains. Return to running rehab. Work related injuries – repeated & sustained posture pain and injuries. Surgical rehab – before & after surgical management, rehab, and advice. One on one consultations involve an initial assessment with a physiotherapist. Following that assessment your physiotherapist will be … Read More

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We have been providing quality physiotherapy services in Mt Eden, Auckland, since 2001. Our small team of registered physiotherapists have wide ranging skills and experience to help you recover from injury – fast. Our mission is simple – to get optimal rehab outcomes through a clinically excellent, people centred physiotherapy service. We are committed to excellence in every respect. Our practice has held a Certificate of Quality Management Systems (Allied Health Services Standards) since 2006, so you can be sure you are receiving medical services of the … Read More

Prohab Physio & Rehabilitation physiotherapy Mt Eden
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Who we are Our website address is: https://www.prohab.co.nz What personal data we collect and why we collect it Comments When visitors leave comments on the site we collect the data shown in the comments form, and also the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help spam detection. An anonymized string created from your email address (also called a hash) may be provided to the Gravatar service to see if you are using it. The Gravatar service privacy … Read More

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