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Body in Motion Physiotherapy
Body in Motion has a long-standing relationship as 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.
Experienced Tauranga-based remedial massage therapist Pip Charlton works with the Body In Motion team. She is the High Performance Sport NZ massage advisor and approved massage provider in the Bay of Plenty. She specialises in several types of massage therapy, including relaxation massage, sports massage and remedial massage to help with injuries. She has many years' experience working with elite and competitive athletes.
In providing sports health services, Body in Motion Physiotherapy also taps into the talents offered by Foot Mechanics. Foot Mechanics Podiatry are experienced in dealing with elite sportspeople and use leading technology to help diagnose and treat foot, ankle, shin, knee, hip and lower back pains.
Dr Mark Muller - Summit Sports Medicine
Summit Sports MedicineSports Physician.
Sports Physicians are medically trained doctors who have done specialist training in Sport and Exercise Medicine. He can provide expert clinical assessment, diagnosis and management of all sport and exercise related injuries. ACC consultations are free on referral from an appropriate allied health professional. To view more visit the Summit Sports Medicine website below.
Our Sports Therapists
She is a Remedial Massage Therapist (Massage New Zealand), holds a Bachelor degree in Physical Education (Otago) and is the High Performance Sport NZ (HPSNZ) massage advisor and approved massage provider in the Bay of Plenty. She works from two Tauranga locations – Otumoetai and Blake Park, Mount Maunganui.
Pip specialises in several types of massage therapy, including relaxation massage, sports massage and remedial massage therapy to help with injuries. She has a special interest in, plus experience and success with, providing massage therapy to chronic pain sufferers, people with sedentary lifestyles and poor posture. Pip also offers lymphatic enhancement technology (LET), an approach to lymphatic drainage that incorporates both traditional manual techniques and new age technology. This can be used to help treat a wide range of health conditions including sinusitis, neuralgia, acute sports injuries and digestive issues.
Pip has more than 20 years experience working with elite, competitive and social athletes from a variety of sports, including the Melbourne Commonwealth Games and the Beijing Olympic games as a massage therapist with the NZ team. Pip welcomes clients from all walks of life: young to not so young, active to inactive and is a strong advocate for everybody to use a proactive approach to health and well-being.
Contact Pip at firstname.lastname@example.org.