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Experienced Physiotherapist Wanted – Full time salary or contracting

Experienced Physiotherapist Wanted – Full time salary or contracting

Our Wellington central Clinic is expanding and we are on the lookout for an experienced physiotherapist to join our team.

We are right in the middle of the action on Lambton Quay where business and shopping are thriving and where there are too many coffee shops and eateries nearby to name, all within 90 seconds of our front door.

With a team made up of three senior physiotherapists, a practice manager and a clinic coordinator you would be joining a group committed to providing quality service to the Wellington CBD. Large spacious treatment rooms, on-site gym and admin staff makes for a comfortable working environment that meets all of your practicing needs.

Our clientele are typically professionals aged 25-55, motivated and eager to rehab back to their activity/sport of choice.

If you like the hustle n bustle of this spectacular capital, want to work with an experienced team of professionals and have a background of private practice, contact us at

Applicants must have a minimum of 4 years experience. Full time salary and contracting applications accepted.


Refer a friend and get a free coffee

Refer a friend and get a $10 Mojo gift card

CC Physio Wellington Referral CardTo say ‘thanks’ for referring a friend, family member or colleague to Central City Physiotherapy we’d like to give existing clients a $10 Mojo gift card for every friend you refer.

Simply pick up a referral card or two at reception, pop your name on the back and give it to a friend. When your friend comes in for a physio or massage treatment and gives us the card you’ll get a $10 Mojo gift card.

All you have to do is decide if you’re going to take your friend out for coffee or keep it all for yourself.

• Referral program is for new clients only – a new client is defined as somebody who is not currently in the Central City Physiotherapy Clinic client system
• SMOG players are not eligible as new clients. SMOG players can refer non-SMOG friends
• Only one voucher per new client can be redeemed
• Referrers will receive a $10 Mojo gift card for every new client that attends a paid physiotherapy or massage appointment at Central City Physiotherapy Clinic
• Referrers can refer multiple new clients
• Mojo gift cards are valid until the expiry date shown on the card. Replacements will not be issued for unused cards
• Mojo gift cards are not redeemable for cash

Winter competition

It’s competition time

Shake off those winter aches and pains with 5 great massage or physio prizes to be won!

To enter, simply like our Facebook page and comment on the competition post with why you’d like to win. You’ll go into the draw to win 1 of 5 prizes of either a 1 hr massage OR 2 x 30 minute physiotherapy treatments.

Don’t forget to share or tag a friend who could use a massage or physio treatment so they can enter too.


Promotion period 20 June – 2 July 2017.
You can only enter once.
Entrants must like the Central City Physiotherapy Clinic Facebook page AND comment on the competition post to enter.
Each prize consists of 1 x 1 hour massage OR 2 x 30 minute physiotherapy treatments.
Prizes are transferable but cannot be sold to another person and are not redeemable for cash.
Winners will be drawn at random on 3 July 2017 and will be notified via Facebook.
Prizes are valid until 31 December 2017.
This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook.


New addition to the team

Helen Carrington BSC (Hons) Physiotherapy

Helen Carrington
BSC (Hons) Physiotherapy

We are proud to introduce Helen Carrington, the newest member of the Central City Physiotherapy team.

Helen brings a wealth of experience to the clinic with 7 years as a practicing physiotherapist and we feel very lucky to have her. She is an avid trail runner with a passion for Wellington’s extensive hill network. To maintain flexibility and balance her running she practices yoga regularly.

Originally hailing from the UK she now calls NZ home having been here 3 years. She completed her training as a physiotherapist at the University of Salford in the UK.

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