Affiliated Providers and Links
Here are a few links to brands/clinics/stores that we highly recommend. It is important to us that you receive the best care possible, so be sure that we would only recommend excellent practitioners/brands.
Total Physiotherapy is a modern practice with a focus on treatment outcomes. We like to provide a comfortable and relaxed environment for your treatment. We have a good source of expertise in all areas of health, with a rich resource of other health professionals if a referral is required... Total Physiotherapy is ACC registered allowing us not only to treat the injury itself, but ensure that full rehabilitation is achieved.
The Franklin Health Group was established in 2009. We meet on a regular basis to network, mingle and share information about our professions. This enables us to share valuable information and keep up to date with new products and technology.
Dr Benjamin Speedy at Sports Care is our number one choice for any serious sports injurie that need further referral treatment options. His clinic offers a full range of sports medicine services for active individuals, ranging from elite athletes to recreational athletes and to those who just enjoy being active. He has clinics in Greenlane and Manurewa.
AUT University is the only university in NZ to offer training to become a podiatrist. If you are interested in this awesome career, then take a look at their website. If you are unsure about podiatry, ask us at Step Up Podiatry for work placement to see if this career is for you.
The Shoe Clinic have a fantastic range of shoes, and your podiatrist will receommend the shoe that suits your foot. On any shoe purchased as prescribed by your Shoe Clinic technician...if you're not totally convinced you've got the right shoes then bring them back (within 30 days) and Shoe Clinic will return your money or replace them.
The role of ACC is to support you if you’ve been injured by helping you get back to work and everyday life as soon as possible. It’s also their job to try to stop injuries from happening in the first place. If you have any questions about ACC, you can find all the details by clicking the logo above.
The Board operates under the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003 and is the regulatory body for the occupation of podiatry (and chiropody) in New Zealand. The Board's primary role is to protect the public interest by ensuring that podiatrists are safe and competent to practice.