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FAQ

What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a clinical health science and profession that aims to rehabilitate and improve people with movement disorders by using evidence-based, natural methods such as exercise, motivation, adapted equipment, education and advocacy.

What happens on the initial visit?

The physio will take a history of the current problem and then perform a physical examination. Based on these finding, the physio will then devise a treatment plan for you that may involve exercise, movement correction, advice and manual techniques. The physio will often equip you with advice and a program to work on at home.

Do I need a doctor’s referral for physiotherapy treatment?

No, physiotherapists are primary providers, therefore can assess diagnose and code your injury for

ACC purposes. It is recommended that patients keep in touch with their own GP’s. Certain insurers

sometimes do require you to see a GP before authorising physio treatment. Furthermore medical

certificates for work purposes must be done via a GP. Our physiotherapists are able to liaise with

your GP if and when its appropriate.

Is the cost of physiotherapy covered by ACC?

Only if the condition was caused by an accident (in most cases this is specific to a particular incident)

Is the cost of physiotherapy covered by medical insurance?

This depends on the patient’s insurer and individual policy, we would ask all patients to check with

their insurer.

Does ACC cover the complete cost of treatment, or will I be required to pay a surcharge?

Currently ACC will cover the full cost of treatment between the hours of 9.00 am to 5.00 pm Mon –

Fri. There may also be a charges for rehabilitation equipment and or injury strapping, your

physiotherapist will discuss any potential costs prior to any charges being applied.

Do I need to have a “sports injury” to see a physiotherapist?

No, our team of physiotherapists are experienced in dealing with all sorts of health quarries or issues

from early childhood through to elderly health. Sports injuries are only one of the many facets our

physiotherapist’s treat, other ailments include overuse injuries (such as OOS or RSI) work strains,

migraines, muscle tension and postural issues. Physiotherapists specialise in enhancing well being

and accelerating the body’s natural repair process.

How long does a treatment session last?

Generally the initial treatment lasts approximately an hour and follow up sessions are between 30 – 60 minutes.

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Email: info@clubphysio.nz