Ruapehu Press : November 30th 2011
12 RUAPEHU PRESS, NOVEMBER 30, 2011 MEWS 4218859AA Family Clinic for appointments: 9283 By appointment only Rural Physio at YOUR Doorstep C Ca a a allll T Thhe eF F F F F 895 555 59 9 9 9 92 2 2 R lPh i Y OUR D Physio Direct • No GP referral needed • Back and Neck Pain • Muscle and Joint Pain • ACC Accredited • Massage • Dry Needling/Acupuncture • Neurological and Surgical Rehabilitation • Work and Sports Related Injuries d d N N G GP P P f f l All your Physiotherapy needs NOW IN TAUMARUNUI Every Tuesday in The Family Clinic 4210270AA INVITATION MountainstoSeaCycleway Workshops Presentation by Visit Ruapehu GuestSpeakerNevGrubb,TrailJourneys,CentralOtago Monday5December2011–11.00amto12.00pm at REAP Of ice, Taumarunui Monday 5 December 2011 – 5.30pm to 6.30pm at Ruapehu District Council Chambers, Ohakune This is an important opportunity to discuss ways in which we can work together to promote and manage visitors using the Mountains to Sea Cycleway … Please RSVP for either workshop by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org before Thursday 1st Dec 2011 Always available: 4052568AB Mike Plowman Regional Representative Horizons Regional Council www.mikeplowman.com Phone 07 8966 252 Email email@example.com Open 9.30 - 5.00 Mon - Fri Saturday by appointment 165 Rora St, TeKuiti 07 878 8882, 027 226 0697 Web & gallery www.flowerfairy.co.nz SAME DAY DELIVERY TAUMARUNUI WE ALSO DELIVER NATIONWIDE & INTERNATIONAL Visa & Mastercard Accepted 4210297AA Visa& Delicious Christmas gift baskets • Children's gifts & stocking fillers • Special gifts and glassware • Beautiful, vibrant fresh flowers • Fresh & artificial Christmas • table arrangements Spreading the word AGAINST VIOLENCE: On the street last week spreading the word of White Ribbon Day were, from left, Nita Walters, Rowyne Peters, Dee Couper-Rusbrooke, Becky Komene, Sharlene Hepi- Stevenson, Denise Grace, Tania Konui, Richard Taiaroa and Lisa Oliver. The group was creating awareness about family violence.Photo: TERESA HATTAN NEW PHYSIO: Amy Dibley has set up a rural mobile physiotherapy service and will soon be in Taumarunui once a week. Photo: SUPPLIED Travelling physiotherapist Amy Dibley says she always wanted to be a physiotherapist and after spending several years in the industry she's looking for a new challenge. Ms Dibley will soon be able to provide a physiotherapy service in Taumarunui one day a week. She graduated from AUT in 2005 with a bachelor of health science majoring in physiotherapy . After Ms Dibley graduated she worked in Auckland, Australia and Britain. On returning home I have set up a rural mobile physiotherapy service in small communities in the surrounding Rotorua areas where there is no physio service available,'' she said. Ms Dibley said it was important for people to have access to health services and I know that rural areas tend to miss out''. Having grown up on a dairy farm in Rotorua, Ms Dibley said she was well aware of the physical work that came with living in a rural area. So I started up a mobile clinic that offers a physio service to those who need it most and have the least amount of time to travel to seek treatment.'' Ms Dibley said the typical farmer's attitude towards an injury was she'll be right'' but it was important to get injuries looked at and assessed. Ms Dibley will be working out of a room at The Family Clinic on a Tuesday. No GP referral is needed. Ms Dibley starts work on December 13 and said she was looking forward to helping another rural community.
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