Whatever your problem, be it back pain, a sports injury, post surgical recovery, or an ongoing injury or illness that is stopping you from doing what you want to do – we can help.

You can choose to see us in our clinics, at home or in your workplace to get help from a huge team of health professionals and support staff including; Orthopaedic Surgeons, Spine Specialists, Physiotherapists, Occupational Health Consultants, Hand Therapists, Psychologists, Occupational Physicians, Pain Management Specialists, Podiatists, Orthotists and Exercise Physiologists.

So our advice is to simply give us a call to discuss your particular problem, and we can start the ball rolling.

To help give you an idea of how we can customise a service for you, see our case examples below.

I have back pain and it’s not getting better.

I have a sports injury and it’s not getting better.

I had an injury and need help to get back to work.

I have had surgery and need some rehab at home.

I have back pain and its not getting better

Quick-guidesSarah was fed up with her back and leg pain. She had already seen three people and everyone had a different diagnosis! It was getting worse – she couldn’t sleep and couldn’t work.

Sarah called TBI Health, and booked an appointment to see one of our Physiotherapists with advanced training in treating back problems.

After seeing Sarah, our Physio realised that Sarah had developed sciatica that was very likely to be from a disc prolapse in her back. She arranged for Sarah to see a TBI Health spine surgeon, who organised an MRI and confirmed the diagnosis. Fortunately, with the help of some gentle exercises, Sarah’s back pain began to settle and after six treatment sessions she was able to get back to work and get back doing the things she loves.


I have a sports injury and it’s not getting better

about-panelSteve is a keen rugby player who twisted his knee badly in a game three weeks ago. Frustrated with his progress he contacted his local TBI Health clinic and booked an appointment with one of our qualified Physiotherapists.

The TBI Health Physio diagnosed a grade 2 medial collateral ligament injury. She gave him a detailed programme to improve his movement and strength. Over the next four weeks Steve kept up to date with his online exercises, got back into rugby training, and returned to the field to score the winning try in the last second of the game!

Actually…. we made that last bit up.


I had an injury and need help to get back to work

Simon is an IT specialist who has recently had surgery for an ongoing neck injury. He was worried about his ability to get back to work and contacted TBI Health to discuss the situation. A TBI Health Occupational Therapist arranged to see Simon at his work and helped to set up his work station so he could get back to work safely.

Learn more about another client we have helped to get back to work

 


I have had surgery and need some rehab at home

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Brian has recently had knee joint replacement surgery and has been sent home from hospital. He contacted TBI Health to arrange for one of our Physios (Andy) to visit him at home to help progress his exercises and activity. Andy visited Brian every fortnight for two months to ensure he made a full recovery without any problems.

 


How much do I need to pay for treatment?

Your family doctor or specialist may refer you to TBI Health, or you can refer yourself by contacting us directly or by booking an appointment online.

If your injury is a result of an accident, you may be eligible for an ACC or insurance subsidy for your treatment. If this is the case, a TBI physio can register your claim on your initial visit.

If you have an ACC injury claim, the co-payment fee to see a Physio is approximately $30 – $60 (depending on your particular injury). The co-payment for a follow up Physio sessions is approximately $15 – 30 per visit, (depending on the clinic location). If you are not eligible for ACC funding our private fees will apply. Our receptionist will be able to confirm your treatment costs with you when you call to book your first appointment.

How to get in touch?

Jump on the phone, give us a call 0800 824 432 or send us an email and we’ll give you a hand to work out what’s right for you.