Chelsea graduated from AUT in 2018 with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy. Chelsea enjoys playing a wide variety of sports, her main being netball. Chelsea has previously worked with North Harbour Rugby as well as the East Coast Bays Women’s Rugby Team. Chelsea is also trained in dry needling, and brings an hollistic approach to healthcare, keen to help clients achieve their goals whether at a recreational or an elite level.
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James graduated in 2016 from the New Zealand College of Chinese Medicine with a Bachelor of Health Science in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine.
James has a particular interest in sports related injuries, internal medicine and research.
James looks to integrate a holistic approach by identifying and treating the root cause of injuries and disorders.
Having experience in publishing a journal article during his study, James seeks to complete his Master's degree in the future to further his knowledge in research-based practice» View details
Laura graduated from AUT in 2017 with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy. Laura has played in a large variety of sports over the years and has most recently competed in multiple NZIFBB bodybuilding competitions. This has fired her interest in gym based exercises, strength and conditioning and gym based rehabilitation. Laura has recently worked alongside the Waikato 7's rugby team during National tournaments and is currently working with the Forrest Hill mens football team. Laura is passionate about helping people return to the sports and activities that are most important to them» View details
Simon graduated from AUT in 2018 with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy. Having experienced multiple injuries ranging from the gym, sport to everyday activities, Simon strives to empower people to achieve optimal health and function through sound physiotherapy rehabilitation. With a personal passion in powerlifting and basketball, Simon has developed an interest in exercise based rehabilitation as well as shoulder injuries. During his undergraduate studies, he has worked closely with the U21 East Coast Bays Rugby team. Simon is passionate about helping people achieve their goals by working together with his patients as a team.» View details
Tom graduated from AUT in 2011, completing his post-graduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2015.
The post-graduate diploma helped to extend Tom’s ability to diagnose and manage more complex conditions, as well as developing his skills in spinal manipulation. Tom has previously been involved with ASB premiership football, international softball, and has assisted with NZ age group teams. He has been the physiotherapist for Albany United Football Club for the last 5 seasons. » View details
Tracey graduated from AUT University with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy in 2013. Since graduating, Tracey moved to London and gained experience working for the NHS in an acute community setting. After 2 years, Tracey arrived back in New Zealand and worked as a physiotherapist in a private practice. Tracey has a keen interest in hockey, having played since she was 7 and represented North Harbour for many years.
Tracey is passionate about injury prevention and helping clients achieve their goals as early as possible.
In her spare time, Tracey enjoys playing sport, running, fishing and travelling» View details
Zak graduated from AUT in 2018 with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy. He has a keen interest in various sports including basketball and tennis. This, alongside his physiotherapy work with rugby teams as a student, has inspired his interest in sports injuries and working with athletes. Zak has a particlar interest in human biomechanics and how they can cause or be the result of injury. Zak is passionate about helping clients achieve their goals, whether that be returning to work, everyday life activites or their chosen sport.» View details