Pysiotherapist in Kerikeri Waipapa physio keeps you moving
acc registered physiotherapist doctors referral not necessary

Phone: (09) 407 9795
Fax: (09) 407 9795
Email: haneka@xtra.co.nz

Hours of Attendance
Mon-Fri: 8am-5.30pm

haneka demonstrates where spinal injury is located
using the pilates machine for improving posture and strength

Demonstrating the use of the Pilates Reformer

treating back pain

Treating back pain

light resistance treatment technique

Light Resistance Treatment

Waipapa Physiotherapy - Treatments

Haneka is a registered, fully graduated and experienced physiotherapist who has been in Kerikeri for the last 20 years. 

Manual skills and hands on are her expertise and her treatments have fast and effective results.



Thorough Spinal Assessment and Treatment Procedures

During your first consultation, which may take up to 50 minutes, every individual will be assessed about a medical history as well as a physical examination.

From this assessment we discuss a treatment plan and goals, with likely outcomes and time frames.

In stiff joints, spinal mobilization techniques are used towards the specific joints and soft tissues to enhance further flexibility.

In case of loose joints and instability, an exercise program will be designed to enhance tissue strengthening, rather than mobilizing techniques.


Soft Tissue Massage

Hands on relaxation techniques are directed to create an increase in the blood flow surrounding pain full or tight tissues.


Acupuncture

Refers to the insertion of fine needles into the body at specific points for pain relief, healing and general wellbeing.


Sports Injuries, Rehabilitation and Prevention

We will assess your injury or problem and provide a provisional diagnosis and treatment with an expected time frame for recovery.

Rehabilitation and Management - for your individual exercise program specific to your sports injury.

Prevention - by identifying previous injuries that have not healed sufficiently, or how to avoid more injuries.

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Postural Analysis and Correction

Postural stress are by far the most often encountered and their importance is generally under estimated towards the cause of joint and soft tissue pain.


Occupational Overuse and Work Station Advice

Overuse of soft tissue, means a decrease in the blood flow, which results in tight and painful tissues and their nerves.

A full assessment of the workstation will be necessary to avoid body stresses. Appropriate manual skills exercise and management are part of a treatment program.


Core Stability Programs

These are Pilates based exercises to restore muscle balance an d strength and to train local spinal and pelvic stabilizing muscles to work efficiently throughout functional activity.

Pilates based Rehabilitation equipment
By making use of the Pilates Reformer, which is designed to enhance functional stability towards the spinal muscles, ligamentous structures and the neural system.



For sport and recreation refer to:
www.sparc.org.nz



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