Kathryn has been actively involved in the Lincoln community since establishing the physiotherapy practice in 1989. Kathryn has years of experience in the management of musculoskeletal injuries or conditions that cause impaired function. Kathryn¿s current clinical areas of interest are manual therapy, postural analysis, pre-op and post-op rehabilitation, and gym-based rehabilitation. » View details
Stephanie graduated from the University of Otago in 2017. Originally from Auckland, she is enjoying exploring the South Island and everything it has to offer. Steph is interested in keeping people active and performing to the best level they can, and enjoys working with local sports teams. She has a keen interest in sports rehabilitation from her background in netball, running and martial arts. She also loves working with people post-operatively, and has an interest in learning more about neurorehabilitation, including spinal cord injury and stroke.» View details
Vicky recently moved to Lincoln following working in Nelson in a private practice for three years. She has a broad interest in all types of injuries. Vicky has an interest in biomechanics and prevention of recurring injury. Vicky also works within our pain team on the ACC Pain contract. Outside of work, Vicky is a keen horse rider getting involved in the local scene. Vicky also has a background in dance and an interest in dance injuries. » View details
Chantelle graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Credit in 2016 where she was the first recipient of the Leadership and Community Engagement Award at the School of Physiotherapy for her work in Maori Health and on Executive. Since then she has enjoyed the challenges of working in a semi-rural clinic setting at both our Rangiora and Rolleston clinics. Chantelle has been a national-level Highland Dancer for 20 years and credits dancing to her appreciation of movement. With this she has a large interest in trying to get to the bottom of injury causes rather than only treating the current problem. Chantelle currently works with the Lincoln Div 1 Rugby Team over the winter months and enjoys assisting athletes and people of all ages and abilities to get back to what they enjoy doing. » View details
Chris graduated from Otago University in 2015 and has worked in Rolleston since then. He is trained in trigger point dry needling and Pilates which allows him to incorporate a variety of techniques into his sessions. Chris loves treating all kinds of musculoskeletal conditions and being involved with sports team. Outside of work, he loves playing golf, weight training and drinking coffee on Monday morning.» View details
Doug rejoined the Motus team in December 2017. He is based out of the Rolleston Clinic. He has been with Motus since it’s inception , previously working out of the Russley Clinic for many years. Doug has a Masters of Manipulative Therapy and a Post Graduate qualification in Health Science. He is one an experienced vocational physiotherapist and manual therapist. Doug has worked in a number of clinics across the Motus Network .He currently provides offsite physiotherapy services to Synlait , Rolleston Prison and Christchurch Men’s Prison.
Doug has a keen interest in managing neck and back issues , enjoys providing rehabilitation services to help people return to the workforce.
Outside work Doug is a keen golfer , and is always on a course on a Wednesday trying to maintain his handicap.
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Jody has over 14 years experience as a physiotherapist. During this time she has predominantly worked in musculoskeletal private practice but with a stint in aged care in Canberra and Community Rehabilitation in Auckland she has seen it all. Jody utilises a variety of approaches throughout a course of treatment including dry needling, manual therapy and exercise based rehabilitation. She enjoys working with all ages and seeing a variety of injuries. Jody is involved in completing ACC vocational contracts. In her spare time you will find her out and about in the local community with her family which includes her young daughter and old golden retriever. » View details
Kim started working in Rolleston in 2010. She took off to the UK for two years on her O.E. where she predominantly worked in the NHS to fund her travels and returned to Rolleston in 2016. Kim is trained in acupuncture and is currently doing post-graduate study in musculoskeletal management. Kim likes to take a holistic approach to pain and injury management and enjoys treating a wide range of conditions including sports (and other) injuries, pre and post-operative rehabilitation and chronic pain. Kim is also involved in the ACC vocational contracts (doing worksite visits for people who are off work due to their injury) and the ACC pain management contracts.» View details