Where we started
Bringing physio franchising to New Zealand
In 2017, Back In Motion Health Group announced its plans for international expansion and the first of four New Zealand locations under the brand, Motion Health Group. Led in country by Andy Ross, Motion Health Group brings Back In Motion’s successful business model to New Zealand, with the aim of transforming the delivery of physiotherapy services for clients across the country.
With annual growth five times the physiotherapy industry average*, whether you join Motion Health Group with an existing practice or open a new practice, you can expect to grow your business beyond expectation.
About Motion Health Group New Zealand
With four locations in Auckland, Motion Health is a unique group of physiotherapy and wellness practices fuelled by a passionate vision to bring optimal lifelong physical health to all New Zealanders.
Motion Health Group is led by New Zealand physiotherapist Andy Ross. Andy has been the successful Director of PhysioOne in Auckland for more than 13 years.
What makes Motion Health Group different?
Our goal is to help our clients achieve optimal lifelong physical health. This philosophy of care is encapsulated in our clinical approach - Results4Life®, which helps our clients achieve lasting results. We focus not only on resolving our clients’ health and fitness issues today, but rather educating, treating, and preparing them for tomorrow and beyond.
Experience explosive growth in your business
Motion Health Group is part of Back In Motion Health Group, Australia’s leading provider of physiotherapy and related services. Founded in 1999 by physiotherapist Jason Smith, Back In Motion Health Group now boasts more than 100 locations across seven states and territories in Australia in addition to employing over 600 physios and support staff.
The success of the Back In Motion Health Group has been recognised by its sustained exponential growth and by a number of formal accolades including receiving the BRW Fast Franchise award for five consecutive years.