Welcome to new and returning students. Hopefully University is an injury free and pain free time, leaving you free to focus on studying (and a little partying). However, for those of you who do experience pain, discomfort or injury we have a great physiotherapy service, that is easily accessible. Willis Street Physiotherapy run physiotherapy services … More Welcome

Happy Holidays

Our Victoria University Campus clinic is closed until 6th Jan but limited appointments are available at the main clinic Level 9, 57 Willis Street. Student prices are available at the main clinic at all times including throughout the holidays. To book call or text 0277749746 or email info@vicphysio.com Wishing you all a happy holiday, The … More Happy Holidays

Do you suffer from anxiety? Breath Easy

Anxiety is a common problem, particularly in students and young people. Often away from home for the first time, juggling financial, social, and academic pressures. Willis Street Physiotherapy @ Vic have recently been accredited by Compass Health to deliver one on one breathing treatments as an option for those struggling with mild to moderate anxiety, … More Do you suffer from anxiety? Breath Easy

Physio now available at Pipitea Campus

Good news for Pipitea students and staff – Willis Street Physiotherapy @ Vic opens tomorrow (15th October) at Pipitea Campus. The clinic is located in the Student Health Centre, which is Level 2 of the railway station building. The sessions will be run by Nick Conn, a highly experienced physiotherapist, initially on Tuesday and Friday … More Physio now available at Pipitea Campus

How healthy are you?

Do you have a vague sense that you aren’t quite as healthy as you could be but aren’t sure where to begin? Book in for a ‘Wellness Assessment’ with our naturopath Helen Padarin. The assessment includes a comprehensive questionnaire which you will complete online prior to your assessment, a self review and food diary. Helen … More How healthy are you?

What causes discomfort, pain and injury, and how to prevent it.

Slumping over that laptop, humping a crate of beer up the hill, sinking into the old couch for hours on end playing play-station. Multiple factors in each day may be putting pressure on your musculoskeletal system.. There are 7 categories to describe where these risks lie.  These categories are important as they emphasise that discomfort, … More What causes discomfort, pain and injury, and how to prevent it.