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Our Clinics in Dunedin and Christchurch

How can the School of Physiotherapy Clinics help?

Are you suffering from a sports injury, back and neck pain, or a strained muscle?

Perhaps you are recovering from an accident or illness?

The School of Physiotherapy Clinics in Dunedin and Christchurch provide physiotherapy services for everyone and can help by:

  • Assessing your problem and tailoring a treatment to your needs
  • Giving you the choice of an appointment with a fourth-year student (supervised by staff) or with a physiotherapist only
  • Incorporating hands-on treatment with gym-based and sports rehabilitation

At the School of Physiotherapy Clinics, physiotherapists, doctors, and sports science experts work together to provide the following services:

  • Acupuncture
  • Balance, Dizziness, and Vertigo Clinic
  • Community exercise classes
  • Headache and migraine Clinic
  • Massage therapy
  • Occupational health and return to work programmes
  • Physiotherapy
  • Sports injury rehabilitation
  • Unipol gym clinic
  • Women's health clinics

Read more about our physiotherapy services in Dunedin

Read more about our physiotherapy services in Christchurch

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Who will be helping you at the School of Physiotherapy Clinics?

When you visit the School of Physiotherapy Clinics you will be seen by:

  • Supervised students in clinics accredited by the New Zealand Physiotherapy Accreditation Scheme, ensuring high standards of practice
  • Some of New Zealand's leading physiotherapists
  • Clinical staff with diverse skills and advanced qualifications

Research in the School of Physiotherapy Clinics

  • The School of Physiotherapy often undertakes research projects through the Clinics. We may ask if you would like to take part. This will not affect your normal physiotherapy care.
  • if you would like to help us with our research work pick up an Information sheet from reception, or ask your physiotherapist for more information
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