NEWS FLASH!! KEEP ON MOVING EXERCISE CLASSES AUCKLAND.
FREE trial session 10am Wednesday 31st August 2011.
So come, join in for the session and see what all the fun is about – call to book as limited spaces -contact:Emma or Sina (09) 524 0537 ext 850
A group exercise class for older adults who would like to improve their strength, fitness and balance.
The class will run for 45 minutes and will involve strength training, balance, and modified Tai Chi exercise
Where: Laura Fergusson Rehabilitation, 224 Great South Rd, Greenlane, Auckland
FREE TRIAL SESSION 10am Wednesday 31 August 2011
Parking: Onsite parking available
Whatever your physiotherapy needs, from a simple injury to complex posttrauma treatment, you’ll have expert Physiotherapists and access to top facilities at Laura Fergusson Rehabilitation.
Maximise your rehabilitation in our newly refurbished Physiotherapy Centre with private consultation and treatment rooms. Use our spacious fully equipped gymnasium and hydrotherapy pool – the only one of its kind in Auckland. We offer physiotherapy services to everyone, whether you are ACC funded or a privately paying client.
Why choose Laura Fergusson Rehabilitation?
Our Physiotherapy Centre offers a holistic approach by combining skilled assessments, expert manual therapy, exercise therapy and education. We look at the bigger picture and assess how your condition is affecting your everyday life, socially as well as physically. We create a tailored treatment programme and provide you with knowledge and tools for self-management and prevention of further injury.
Laura Fergusson’s hydrotherapy pool is a unique facility that enables exercise in a temperature controlled environment.
The gymnasium has a full range of cardio machines, weights and exercise equipment that cater to users with all levels of ability and injury.
You’re in good hands with the Laura Fergusson Rehabilitation team, a group of highly experienced, fully qualified Physiotherapists. Our therapists each have specialty skills and we offer assessment and treatment for:
- Musculoskeletal conditions – sprains, strains and fractures. Reduced function through limited joint range, muscle length and strength, poor posture, balance, coordination, mobility and fitness
- Post operative orthopaedic care – following surgery to joints, muscles tendons or ligaments.
- Neurological conditions including Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis and Muscular Dystrophy
- Post-acute conditions requiring physical mobilisation, stretching, strengthening, balance, coordination and fitness training
- Persistent Pain conditions – following injury or associated with overuse syndromes
- Spinal and postural problems