Liz Coke established Waimea Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Clinic in Richmond in 1992. Initially she worked as a sole owner/practitioner in rooms attached to her residence at Linden Court and in 1998 moved the practice into the newly built Richmond Health Centre. The clinic was one of the first in the Nelson/Richmond area to incorporate a purpose-built exercise area as well as private treatment rooms.
Since establishing the Richmond practice, Liz has been privileged to work with physiotherapy colleagues who have admirable post-graduate qualifications and a wealth of experience. The standard of practice is extremely high and makes the clinic a pleasure to work in.
You will be treated by someone with between 18 to 30 years experience in the profession.
Commitment to continual professional development with ongoing training in the latest evidence-based therapy.
Our appointments are generally longer. We take the time to listen and act on what is most important for you.
We work within a network of leading specialists across all fields of healthcare. If we are unable to assist you, we can direct you to the best trusted experts.
Our aim is to promote optimal health and function by applying scientific principles to prevent, identify, assess and correct or alleviate acute or prolonged movement dysfunction.
We believe that a thorough assessment of our patients condition or injury is critical to establishing an effective treatment.
To enable patients to help themselves we believe it is often important to reduce pain or restore mobility first. Our treatment philosophy is to provide caring, educational, outcome-focussed and evidence-based physiotherapy to our patients.