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Sports Physio

We don’t want you to lose your place on the team – whether it’s an elite sporting squad, your Taupo Relay crew or a social bowls four.

Some of the Bay of Plenty’s finest Sports Physios can be found at Body in Motion.  With the opening of our Sports Medicine clinic at the new High Performance Sport Training Centre at Blake Park, we now have a world class facility to offer Sports Physiotherapy services to our athletic community.

Since 2002, Body in Motion has been the preferred physiotherapy provider to the Bay of Plenty Rugby Union and its flagship team the Bay of Plenty Steamers.  This is an enduring relationship based on clinical excellence and professionalism.




Body in Motion physiotherapists are skilled in the evaluation and treatment of acute sporting injuries.

They enjoy close working relationships with other sports medicine specialists and, where needed, refer directly to orthopaedic surgeons, sports physicians, GPs, radiologists, podiatrists, massage therapists, chiropractors, osteopaths or trainers.




Don’t wait for an injury. Body in Motion can do a sport-specific assessment of your muscle strength, flexibility, stability and movement habits to identify potential causes of injury, and to help you prevent them. Our specialist assessments include Muscle Balance Assessment (MBA) and Biomechanical Video Analysis.

Many elite athletes are using muscle imbalance screening (MBA testing) to help them reduce the chances of getting injured going into the start of their sporting season.



The Paralympics movement is marching forwards and after the success, support and media coverage of the London Paralympics in 2012, it has never been in a stronger position. The Paralympics include events for people with mobility disabilities, spinal cord injuries, amputations, blindness, and neurologocal conditions such as Cerebral Palsy. The Rio 2016 games will include 26 sports and 526 medal events.

Click here to see our Para/Amputee Physio service page.





  • Tendinitis and tendinosis (Achilles and patella)
  • Tennis elbow
  • Rotator cuff (shoulder) Injuries
  • Anterior cruciate ligament rupture (knee)
  • Knee cartilage Injuries
  • Medial ligament sprain (knee).