Physiotherapy Ashburton, on Warner Avenue
Established in 1993, Warner Avenue Physiotherapy is located in the Ashburton Pool and Recreation Centre. With a fully equipped gym and state of the art hydrotherapy pool, we are able to assist you with all stages of post-surgical and post-injury rehabilitation, injury prevention and pre-op preparation (pre-hab).
Our physiotherapy clinic is located in Ashburton Pool & Recreation Centre, on Warner Avenue. We provide services in physiotherapy for Ashburton, Glen Iris, Ashwood and surrounds.
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