restoring continence, sexual wellness & physical health to people of all ages
 
IMPORTANT: 
26/3/20
Restore Physiotherapy is currently CLOSED for face to face appointments until further notice (due to Covid19 alert level 3 and 4).
Our ONLINE SHOP IS STILL OPEN, and fully functioning. Expect some delays in courier delivery.
 
We are STILL RECEIVING REFERRALS and if you would like to go on our waiting list please email – info@restorephysio.co.nz
We will be OFFERING PHONE OR ONLINE CONSULTATIONS options soon and will contact new and current patients when this is available.
 
The ability to hire a TENS MACHINE FOR LABOUR is still available, please email info@restorephysio.co.nz to arrange this.
 

Celia will continue providing Bump Pilates classes for women during their pregnancy and beyond! Pregnancy classes and Mums and Bubs classes will continue with online options for those currently in the class or any new members looking for a way to stay active. Please contact Celia through the facebook page, or on 02108739315 or celia@restorephysio.co.nz   https://www.facebook.com/Bump-Pilates-1132084816994750/?modal=admin_todo_tour

Thanks for your patience and stay safe!
Celia and Sharon from Restore Physio

Endometriosis - Jean Hailes Foundation

"Endometriosis is a condition in which the tissue that lines the uterus is also found outside the uterine cavity, which can cause pelvic pain and infertility. It is thought to affect one in ten women at some point during their menstruating years."

Jean Hailes is a national not-for-profit organisation providing a range of important health services for Australian women. Governed by an independent Board of Directors, the Foundation is comprised of three units: Research, Education and Clinical Care.

Their website suite contains nine websites in total.


www.endometriosis.org.au

 

 

 

Endometriosis New Zealand

"Endometriosis New Zealand is New Zealand’s national endometriosis organisation and has affiliated Support Networks throughout the country.

We represent the tens of thousands of women and girls with endometriosis in New Zealand and we work with those health professionals who treat the condition and researchers finding solutions. We provide unique and professional services and programmes to reach individuals, communities, schools, workplaces and all stakeholders involved in improving health outcomes for those with endometriosis and persistent pelvic pain."

www.nzendo.co.nz
 
 
 
 
 

Endometriosis UK

"Endometriosis UK (formerly  the National Endometriosis Society) started in 1981 as a self-help group for women with endometriosis. Now, we are a charity  committed to providing  much-needed support and information for anyone affected by the condition. We  work to increase understanding of this common, but often unheard of, disease  among healthcare professionals, employers, people with endometriosis and their  families, the public and the media.                    

We are a membership  organisation, which means that people with endometriosis are a core part of the  work we do – they run our support services, are involved in fundraising and  awareness activities, direct what we do through involvement on our board of  trustees, and therefore have helped to make our charity the UK’s leading  provider of support and information on endometriosis."

www.endometriosis-uk.org


 
 
 
 

Endometriosis.org

Endometriosis.org is the global platform, which links all stakeholders in endometriosis.  It facilitates collaboration and information sharing between women with endometriosis, physicians, scientists, and others interested in the disease. This international collaboration and exchange of experience enables us to deliver up to date, evidence based, information and news about endometriosis. Our goal is to empower women with endometriosis to participate fully in making informed decisions about their treatment options, through the factual information that we provide.

www.endometriosis.org

 
 
 
 
 

Me Program - Endometriosis NZ

The Me (Menstrual Health and Endometriosis) programme is a unique, interactive, fun and informative health education programme for secondary schools.   

Endometriosis New Zealand (ENZ) has built strong relationships with schools through the Me programme since 1995. me is highly acclaimed, well audited and evaluated and fits with the NZ Health and Physical Education Curriculum.  In 2007, Me  was a finalist in the NZ Health Innovation Awards and received the Paul Newman Foundation Award. It is now recognised internationally.


www.me.school.nz
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Endometriosis Association

"The Endometriosis Association was the first organization in the world created for those with endometriosis. As an independent self-help organization of women with endometriosis, doctors, and others interested in the disease, it is a recognized authority in its field whose goal is to work toward finding a cure for the disease as well as providing education, support, and research."

www.endometriosisassn.org


 
 
 
 
 
 

World Endometriosis Society

"The World Endometriosis Society (WES) promotes the exchange of clinical and scientific experience, thought, and investigation among those committed to advancing the understanding of endometriosis to improve treatments (and quality of life) for women with the disease."

www.endometriosis.ca