Willis Street Physiotherapy are pleased to welcome our new physio, Ruth Stirling, to the team. Brand new to New Zealand,… Read more Welcome to the team Ruth!
Welcome to the Willis Street Physio team Shane!
Willis Street Physio are happy to announce our new physiotherapist Shane Finn. Shane will be based between our Willis Street… Read more Welcome to the Willis Street Physio team Shane!
A calf muscle strain involves overstretching or overworking of the muscles at the back of the lower leg. They occur… Read more Calf Strains
Anatomy The elbow joint is made up of three bones. These include the humerus of the upper arm and the… Read more Tennis Elbow
Lateral Ankle Sprains
Mechanism of Injury A sprained ankle is a common injury that is often undertreated and recurring. The most common mechanism… Read more Lateral Ankle Sprains
Prolapse and Exercise
I am not too worried when patients use Dr. Google to find out more about their conditions. I encourage it… Read more Prolapse and Exercise
Victoria University Staff Holiday Physiotherapy Discount!
Willis Street Physiotherapy are holding a special staff promotion for the university Easter break while students are away. Book an… Read more Victoria University Staff Holiday Physiotherapy Discount!
RICE(D) principles are part of the acute management of soft tissue injuries, sporting or otherwise. RICE(D) stands for rest, ice,… Read more R.I.C.E.D
Five tips for keeping fit over winter
Be accountable. If you are highly self-motivated, then skip straight to no.2, I salute you J If you struggle with… Read more Five tips for keeping fit over winter
Rainbow Capsicum and Tomato Soup
5 medium sized yellow/green/red and orange capsicums Extra virgin olive oil (to drizzle) 1 large red onion 3 cloves of… Read more Rainbow Capsicum and Tomato Soup