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Janina Aricheta BPHty. PGD(Musc), COMT, PGDip (Acup), MPNZ

Senior Physiotherapist

Janina Aricheta graduated in 2013 from Otago University with Bachelor of Physiotherapy. She has since completed her Certificate in Manual therapy in 2015, Post-Graduate Diploma in Western Acupuncture in 2016 and Post-Graduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2019. She also finished her Pilates training in 2020.

Janina has an extensive experience working with international sporting teams, including New Zealand Football. She has a special interest in sporting and spinal injuries. Janina teaches Pilates, with one-one-one sessions and classes.

Janina speaks fluent Tagalog.

  • "Having qualifications in Pilates, my goals with my clients are to restore their movement and strength. Our specialized equipment helps this in a fun and friendly way. RJ Physio has group classes and well as individual sessions, so we can tailor to your specific needs. Pilates can help return you to work, sports and reduce your pain and increase your performance. Call me today and I can discuss your Pilates options."

    Pip Greenwood

  • "Having experienced headache’s and neck pain myself I have become an expert at treating them. I have qualified with my post-graduate diploma in manipulative therapy, and love sorting out my client’s stiff and painful necks, helping them with their posture and returning them to work."

    Leighton Wills

  • "I work with The Football Ferns and love treating football injuries. Having travelled the world with Football Ferns I have developed a great understanding and knowledge of football and injuries. With our great facilities at RJ Physio and our expert team, we are in a great position to help any football injury."

    Anna Barlow

  • "As a fully qualified sonographer I spend all day scanning my client’s injuries. Our appointments take only 20 minutes and I feed back my findings directly to your physiotherapist or doctor. This helps them plan your injury management. Ask you physio today if you need an ultra sound scan to help with your injury."

    Simon Cunliffe