Physio Services for Putaruru
Putaruru is known for its central location and nearby Blue Springs. With a large population base involved in forestry, we often see patients seeking treatment for back pain or work-related injuries. We are a full-service physiotherapy clinic, able to address issues ranging from muscle strain to balance instability, and we also specialise in a variety of treatments from Musculoskeletal Assessment to Occupational Health.
Physio Direct Putaruru is conveniently located at 5 Duke St, near Taupo and Main Street.
We are currently accepting new patients. No GP referral is needed and appointments can be booked online. Physio Direct is also a registered ACC provider.
Jenny is all the way from Lancashire, in the north west corner of sunny England. She has been a Physiotherapist since 2016. Jenny has worked in the community setting as a Senior Physiotherapist working within numerous smaller teams; Reablement therapy, Rapid Assessment, community Physio/falls and at a community hospital. She has worked previously in an… Read More
Timothy Grimes – Physiotherapist
Timothy Grimes graduated with a BSc in Physiotherapy from University College Dublin in 2017. His experience as a Sports Physio has aided Tim with his interest in managing client injuries and helping people to maintain an active lifestyle. Tim also has experience with Paediatric Physiotherapy and is interested in holistic care and the treatment of… Read More
Suellyn Caudwell – Physiotherapist
Suellyn Caudwell is a well experienced physiotherapist having owned and run her own practice in Rotorua for many years She has a special enthusiasm for the Mackenzie method of treating both acute and chronic low back, neck and thoracic pain with or without sciatica, arm pain and headaches. She likes to educate her clients so they… Read More
Amy Cram – Director
Amy graduated from AUT in Auckland in 2005 and has worked as a physiotherapist in a variety of hospital and private practice settings throughout Australia and the UK, and has travelled to over 70 countries. Amy returned home after travelling and has dedicated the past few years setting up a physiotherapy service to smaller rural… Read More