About Us

Mold Physiotherapy offers you a broad and comprehensive range of physiotherapy services and some unique holistic programs designed to help everybody.

Paul Govier

Physiotherapist, trainer and founder of Mold Physiotherapy.

Paul is Mold Physiotherapy founder and principal physiotherapist/trainer. Paul has over 15 years experience in the world of sports science and has been a physiotherapist for 12 years. Paul believes that physiotherapy doesn’t stop when the treatment at the clinic is over. Helping people return to the activities they love is his passion and once the problem of the injury is solved, he will help you return to the active life you want back.


  • Personal training/personal exercise-program design.
  • Sports massage.
  • ‘Neuropoint’ Therapy (see our blog!)
  • Joint mobilisation and manipulation.
  • Aerobic fitness development.
  • Nutritional advice.
  • Coaching and education.
  • Trigger Point Dry Needling.

Qualifications and Training

  • Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy (Auckland University of Technology)
  • American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) trained personal trainer
  • 1st Aid trained and qualified

What is a Physiotherapist?

Physiotherapists are experts in promoting movement and activity, but they go beyond that…

Physiotherapists promote activity and exercise for a wide range of people, including those with problems ranging from torn muscles and back pain to those with conditions such as Parkinsons and Diabetes.

Mold Physiotherapists are highly skilled in the assessment, diagnosis and management of a multitude of conditions but most importantly, they are adept at finding a treatment options and style of activity that suits you. We believe in coaching our patients as well as treating them and think education and empowerment are strong tools for you to take charge of your injury. A large amount of our treatment and exercise options are research based, that means we read up on what is best for you and keep you informed. We offer a thorough range of activity options such as Pilates, Yoga and personal training and can change your options when you want to.

This may not sound like physiotherapy and if it doesn’t then we’ve done what we set out to do. We want to change the face of physiotherapy and mold it into something you will want to come back for.