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Western Springs Pavillion, Seddon Fields, 180 Meola Road, Western Springs 1022

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Mr Ciaran Regan

Mr Ciaran Regan

Physiotherapist

I have worked in a variety of areas including: stroke rehabilitation, acute respiratory care and private musculoskeletal practice. Additionally, I worked with Bay Olympic Football Club, Mount Albert Ponsonby Football Club and am currently the first team physio for the Western Springs Women's Premier Football team and club physio for Te Atatu Football Club. Philosophy Through my own experimentation, work with clients and further education the approach I currently use centres around active involvement from the individual I am helping. This means I do my best to teach and guide clients through their rehab process with the end goal of independence from me post injury. My hope is that those I work with finish, having an understanding of their injury, how it may have happened and how the resolution of their injury integrates into their physical life presently and in the future. My approach emphasises identification of specific patterns that may have been lost through injury. Once identified, resolution of injury focuses on reconnecting these patterns to the individuals desired goals through the use of specific manual therapy, dry needling, exercises and functional rehabilitation e.g. if you want to run again then we work on running! Professional Interests Specific areas of interest include motor control assessment, gait analysis, neurological injuries, thoracic outlet syndrome, neuromuscular retraining, active flexibility development, strength and conditioning. My long term goal is to develop a valid and reliable way of measuring across all populations the baseline capacity needed to independently mobilise. Professional Affiliations Member of Physiotherapy New Zealand (PNZ) Member of Sport and Exercise Physiotherapy New Zealand (SPENZ) Therapist Qualifications BHSc (Physiotherapy) Neurokinetic Therapy – lvl 3 (Advanced) - - (currently the only physiotherapist in New Zealand to achieve this) Dry Needling Current First Aid Certificate » View details

Mr Justin Lopes

Mr Justin Lopes

Physiotherapist

Justin is the director and principal physiotherapist of Back to Your Feet Physiotherapy Ltd. He has over 19 years sports physiotherapy experience and holds a Masters of Health Science (Hons), a Post Graduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and a Post Graduate Certificate in Western Acupuncture. Justin is the Lead Physiotherapist for Western Springs AFC. He is on the executive of the Auckland Branch of Sports Medicine New Zealand and is on the National Executive and Education Committee of Sports and Exercise Physiotherapy New Zealand. » View details

Miss Laura Thomson

Miss Laura Thomson

Physiotherapist

Laura graduated from AUT with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy. Laura has played in a large variety of sports over the years and most recently completed in mutiple NZIFBB bodybuiilding competitions. This has fired her interest in gym based exercises , strength and conditioning, with a particular interest in shoulders. Laura will go the extra mile to ensure her patients get back to work and the activities the love doing as soon as possible. » View details

Mr Silas Bong

Mr Silas Bong

Physiotherapist

Silas graduated as a physiotherapist from Otago University in 2013. He has primarily worked in private practice over West Auckland and has gained experience working with different rugby league and football teams including Hamilton Wanderers Youth Team and Bay Olymic AFC. Silas' interests lie in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal and sporting injuries particularly football and is currently the first team and club physio for WSAFC. His approach involves a strong exercise component balanced with hands on manual therapy focusing on strength, mobility and biomechanics. He is currently completing the FIFA Sports Medicine Online Diploma, and the SEPNZ Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy and wishes to further his post graduate studies Outside of work, Silas enjoys playing football, basketball and spending time with friends and family. » View details