Conveniently located next to Remuera Library, Remuera Physiotherapy have been providing high quality physiotherapy services for over 30 years. We pride ourselves on having the knowledge, skills, and resources to help you return to living a full and active life. We endeavour to assess each individual case to understand the biomechanical injury as well as any underlying behavioural and psychological effects an injury can cause and be caused by. This is acknowledged internationally as best practice and is known as the Biopyschosocial model of healthcare. A such, we work with a number of other healthcare professionals as required to ensure the best possible outcome for each individual.
No referral is required to see one of our physiotherapists, however if you have any questions or concerns feel free to call or otherwise get in contact. On-site parking is available with ample street side space also nearby if required.
On-site parking is available with ample street side space also nearby if required.
Andrew Muir BHSc (physio), PGDip (MSK physio)
Andrew is a highly experienced physiotherapist with post-graduate specialisation in sports injuries and chronic pain. He has worked closely with a number of sports teams over the past 10 years and is currently involved with the NZ Men’s Lacrosse team where he looks after the strength and conditioning as well as contributing to the coaching set-up.
More recently he has focused on gaining the knowledge and skills to address more complex and challenging chronic conditions including migraines, headaches and lower back pain through to Chronic Regional Pain (CRPS) and repetitive strain injuries.
Victoria Marchant BA, BSc, BHSc (physio), Cert. Massage
Victoria Marchant graduated with a BHSc (Physiotherapy) through the Auckland University of Technology in 2017. Victoria has previously attained a BSc and BA through the University of Auckland and has a certificate in massage from the NZ College of Massage. Victoria was awarded the ML Roberts award by Physiotherapy NZ for her undergraduate research into persistent pain following breast cancer surgery. In doing her research she was amazed to find how large the population affected by persistent pain is (not just within cancer and surgical populations).
Holly-Marie Martin Bachelor of Science (BSc)
Holly-Marie graduated with a Bachelor of Science (BSc) from the University of Auckland in 2017, and is continuing to pursue her studies with a Master of Science with a particular interest in Neuroscience/Neuropsychology.
Holly has worked alongside PhD students and academic researchers within the School of Psychology, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, and the Auckland City Hospital. For these reasons Holly is particularly excited to put her academic and intellectual skills to work in a professional environment within the health sector.
Holly is looking forward to meeting you and engaging with you in the future!