PHYSIO WORKS KAPITI SERVICES
A Personal Approach
Eliminate pain by having and accurate diagnosis, individualised treatment plan and cutting edge clinical pathways
Correct underlying problems by identifying and correcting altered movement patterns and enhancing recovery
Build Resilience and achieve your ultimate health, fitness and lifestyle goals
Physio Works Kapiti started in 2015 with a simple vision in mind - to deliver the best customer service and clinical care pathways for all our patients. Since then we have set about delivering our vision for how we believe a Physiotherapy service should be experienced.
Musculoskeletal injuries have the potential to cause pain and prevent us from performing at our daily best. Physiotherapy at Physio Works Kapiti encompasses an accurate assessment and diagnosis, effective treatment planning and the best rehabilitation to allow you to perform at your best.
As of Wednesday 12th August at 12 pm our region has moved to Level two in it's Covid Response.
We are still open and able to see our clients for a face-to-face treatment sessions. In keeping with the Ministry of Health Guidelines we have increased our cleaning operations including increased hand hygiene and disinfecting of surfaces.
If you are unwell please stay home and we are able to continue to help via Telehealth (Phone or video call).
Contact us to find out more about our services and to discuss how we can help you.
We’re Here When You Need Us
Monday: 7.30 am - 6 pm
Tuesday: 7.30 am - 6 pm
Wednesday: 7.30 am - 1 pm
Thursday: 7.30 am - 6 pm
Friday: 7.30 am - 5 pm
Director and Principal Physiotherapist
BPhty, PG Cert (Acup), MH Prac (Musculo), MNZSP
Paul studied Physiotherapy in Otago University and qualified in 1999. Since graduating he has worked both in hospitals and private practices in the United Kingdom and New Zealand.
In 2009 he completed his Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and gained Post-graduate qualifications in Western Acupuncture.
Paul has worked with a number of elite athletes and sporting teams over the years and enjoys adapting his skills to the broad spectrum of clients he sees. He has a special interest in spinal injuries, shoulder and knee injuries.
In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his wife and two young boys as well as running, mountain biking and weight training.
Director & Neurological Rehabilitation Physiotherapist
Kate completed her Physiotherapy degree at Otago University in 1999 and postgraduate studies in neurorehabilitation at AUT in 2007. Kate has worked in rehabilitation in New Zealand and the United Kingdom both in hospitals and community based services. Kate has worked with people with a wide range of neurological conditions and has particular interest in the rehabilitation of stroke, head injury and spinal cord injury. Kate is also able to provide vestibular rehabilitation and treat BPPV.
Kate is kept busy raising their two young sons and enjoys running, going to the gym and getting into the outdoors with her family.
Jo graduated with a degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Otago in 2016. She has previously worked in the Wellington region for the past two years but is now enjoying her working life on the Kapiti Coast. Jo has experience working with younger clients as a school physiotherapist as well as sports physiotherapist for a rugby club. Jo really loves helping her local community as well as working within a tight-knit team. In her spare time, Jo enjoys going to the gym, watching sport, DIY work around her new home and spending time with friends and family.
Miles completed his Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy from AUT in 2017. After graduating, Miles worked in Auckland in Private Practice before moving to the Kapiti Coast with his family in 2019 to enjoy a healthy work/life balance. Miles loves meeting new clients and helping on their road to recovery, no matter how big or small. In his spare time Miles enjoys gym exercise along with gymnastics/circus training. He also enjoys spending time with his family, playing music, and working on projects at home.have.
Passionate. Experienced. Professional.
PAULA VAN SOEST
All our appointments are 30 minutes duration so we can provide you with a comprehensive assessment, treatment and work with you to achieve your goals. Your treatment costs may be part covered by ACC, feel free to discuss this with us should you feel you qualify.
An accident is defined as a event in which an external force causes an injury and has occurred at a particular time and place. This may have been at home or a work, during your leisure time or while playing sport. If your injury has been caused by an accident we can register your claim with ACC without the need to go to your doctor.
Initial Appointment $45
Follow-up Appointment $37
Initial Appointment $35
Follow-up Appointment $27
Telehealth Consultation (as above)
Initial Appointment $65
Follow-up Appointment $65
Initial Appointment $55
Follow-up Appointment $55
Telehealth Consultation (as above)
26 Ngaio Road
04 293 4287
COME WORK WITH US
Are you passionate about Physiotherapy?
Are you keen to be part of a team dedicated to delivering gold standard treatment pathways to clients?
We have an opportunity for a Physiotherapist to joint us