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Pinc & Steel Cancer Rehabilitation Foundation NZ

Cancer Network Group Service, Community Health



The PINC & STEEL Cancer Rehabilitation Foundation NZ is a registered charitable trust working to improve the quality of life of women and men affected by cancer. Our mission is to inspire and allow anyone with cancer the opportunity to rehabilitate and regain their strength and confidence, and to incorporate exercise into their lifestyle. Our goal is to actively support thousands of New Zealanders to move over cancer this year.

Every year we help fund over 2,000 cancer patients (both men and women) through our certified oncology physiotherapy and rehabilitation programmes including:

  • Pinc (for women)
  • Steel (for men)
  • Girls and Boys
  • Targeted Classes - 6 week smaller group programme for women and men recovering from cancer.
  • Next Steps – 10 week group programme for women and men recovering from cancer treatment.
  • Online Next Steps – 10 week onine programme for women and men recovering from cancer treatment
  • PaddleOn – 6 week stand up paddle board programme for men and women recovering from cancer treatment.

We have over 120 certified Pinc & Steel trained physiotherapy clinics across New Zealand (and networks in Australia, UK, Ireland and South Africa).


For more information to register for our programmes including funding see www.pincandsteel.com 


Lou James 

Founder & Director Pinc & Steel International

Executive Trustee Pinc & Steel Cancer Rehabilitation Foundation NZ

Ph: 021 826 420

Email : lou@pincandsteel.com 

How do I access this service?

Contact us

See www.pincandsteel.com  Register with your nearest physio and complete a Registration Form.

* Funding criteria do apply.


Mon – Fri 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM

Services Provided

Cancer support

Wellness / healthy lifestyle

  • Wellness / healthy lifestyle

Contact Details

Contact us online here

This page was last updated at 12:34PM on March 11, 2024. This information is reviewed and edited by Pinc & Steel Cancer Rehabilitation Foundation NZ.