ACC still covers physiotherapy treatment for injuries from accidents.
However, in 2009, ACC reduced the level of funding, and physiotherapists now need to charge a co-payment to help meet the costs of your treatment. You can still go directly to a physiotherapist for treatment, or you may be referred by your GP, a specialist or your employer. Payment is required on the day of treatment, unless otherwise arranged.
First Visit: $38
Follow-Up Visits: $30
There may also be a small charge for materials (e.g. strapping, acupuncture needles).
First Visit: $95
Follow-Up Visits: $70 per visit
Plus any charges for materials (as above). For conditions not covered by ACC but funded by public health, a referral from a hospital or doctor is essential.
At Body In Motion we can cater to everybody’s needs. Have you seen multiple healthcare professionals already for your injury? Perhaps your injury is taking longer to resolve than expected? Not seeing the results you expect? Want to see someone with more experience and extensive post graduate training? Why don’t you talk to us about booking with an “Advanced Practitioner”.
Advanced Practitioners – meet our team.
BPhyst Deg, MPNZ
Tom gained his physiotherapy degree while in the South African military in 2000. His service enabled him to gain experience in a variety of fields, including musculoskeletal, hydrotherapy, respiratory and neurological physiotherapy. Tom then worked in the United Kingdom in the public and private sector for 4½ years before emigrating to beautiful New Zealand.
Tom’s areas of interest are manual therapy, exercise-based rehabilitation and sports injuries, particularly the diagnosis and management of shoulder injuries. Tom undertakes Occupational Workplace Assessments and Stay-At-Work programmes for both ACC and Private Insurers. He also has a specialist interest in Concussion injury management and treatment of Vestibular Dysfunction. Tom’s corporate clients include NZ Police and Oji Fibre Solutions.
BPhty, MHSc Hons, PG Dip Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Western Accupuncture, MPNZ
BradCliff Breathing Practitioner
Kelly graduated from Otago University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 1996, completing a Masters in Health Science, majoring in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Western Acupuncture in 2004.
She spent her career working in private practice in Tauranga and London expanding her repertoire of manual therapy, acupuncture, functional exercise and rehabilitation skills. Focusing on wellness led her to become a BradCliff Breathing Practitioner, completing these skills with Vestibular retraining for balance and vertigo issues.
Kelly enjoys addressing and resolving dysfunction; whether it is related to sporting, work, recreational or home pursuits.
BPhty, APPI CPP, MPNZ, ConnectTherapy™ Series Graduate
Laura completed her Physiotherapy training at Otago University in 2007. She went on to work in Wellington, before deciding to travel the world. Not quite ready to head back to NZ Laura worked for several years in Sydney where she completed her Clinical Pilates certification and found love for both treating running injuries and running herself.
Since arriving in the beautiful Mount Maunganui Laura has returned to Australia several times for professional development. She believes in treating holistically and integrates the full body in her sessions using her “ConnectTherapy” training by L J Lee. Laura loves seeing results with her patients by working hard to understand the driver of the problem and not just treating the pain.
Dip Phty, Dip Manipulative Therapy, MPNZ
Trudie has been practising Physiotherapy for 30 years and includes working in hospital, community and private practices, giving a wide variety of clinical experience.This background has enabled insight and clinical exposure to many conditions and provide physiotherapy treatment and management to those at any age and stage in life.
Trudie has completed a postgraduate qualification in Manipulative Therapy in 2001 (DipMT) and has continued to keep up to date with best practice in the management of musculo-skeletal, sports and spinal conditions. This includes identifying and addressing particular areas of tissue dysfunction or weakness that may be contributing to pain and limited mobility.
Trudie enjoys implementing both a manual therapy approach as well as integrating exercises to maintain improvements gained. Of particular interest is the management of cervicogenic headache and neck pain.
Working within a team of multidisciplines and other physiotherapists with various specialties she enjoys being able to find solutions,enabling the return of her patients to full optimal function and enjoyment of life, whatever that need may be.
Advanced Practitioners rates ACC:
ACC initial $49
ACC subsequent $37
ACC subsequent $49
Advanced Practitioner Private
Private initial $99
Private subsequent $75
Private subsequent $87
If you cannot attend your appointment, please let us know as soon as possible. Please Note: Appointments not cancelled at least four hours before the scheduled time will incur a $30 charge.
Private Pelvic Health Charges:
Initial 60mins $130
Follow-Up Visits: 20mins $54
Follow-Up Visits: 30mins $80
Follow-Up Visits: 40mins $107
ACC Pelvic Health Surcharges:
Initial 60mins $75
Follow-Up Visits: 20mins $20
Follow-Up Visits: 30mins $39
Follow-Up Visits: 40mins $66
Follow-Up Visits: 60mins $89
Initial 60mins $90
Follow-Up Visits: 30mins $65
Initial 60mins $110 ($70 if ACC covered)
Follow-up Visits: 30mins $60 ($25 if ACC covered)
Private 40mins 1:1 Intro $35 (mandatory)
Casual privates: 30mins $50
Casual privates: 45mins $70
Casual privates: 60mins $80
Classes: Casual Mat $18
Classes: X10 class concession $170
Classes: X20 class concession $310
Duo Sessions :
Classes: 45 minutes $45 pp ($90 total)
Classes: 60 minutes $50 pp ($100 total)
Reformer: x10 concession $240
Reformer: x20 concession $460
Gold Card (+65 years)
Gold Card: x10 mat concession $155
Gold Card: x20 mat concession $300
Gold Card: x10 reformer concession $230
Gold Card: x20 reformer concession $450