Alana graduated from the University of Otago in 2005 and has been working as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist since this time. She has a masters degree in Manual Therapy from the University of Western Australia. Alana has recently joined the Motus team part time and balances this around caring for her two young boys.
Alana loves connecting with patients from all backgrounds to help them achieve their goals. She has a keen interest in manual therapy and post-surgical rehabilition. In her spare time she loves running and spending time with her family.
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I have been working as a Physiotherapist for over 15years. I have completed my Masters in Health Practice in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and currently work part-time, being in the clinic 9am-3pm on Monday's and Thursdays as I have three young girls. I enjoy working alongside my patients to reach their rehabiitation goals, I like educating and empowering individuals to understand their injuries and therefore take control of their management as much as they can. I enjoy a tricky challenge and delving to the bottom of some longer-term injuries. I teach a Pilates class at the clinic once per week and enjoy bringing some Pilates principles into my Physiotherapy management. I also do some vocational rehabilitation and like seeing individuals making a successful return to work. » View details
Hayden trained at Otago University graduating with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2012. He has a strong clinical interest in exercise prescription and sports rehabilitation especially in the areas of rugby, cricket and golf. Hayden is currently the physiotherapist for the University Division 1 rugby side and has had experience working within Canterbury Rugby and the Crusaders Academy. Hayden is currently a member of a golf club in Canterbury and plays on a regular basis. » View details
Jenny graduated from Otago University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. This is the second year she has been working with the Rangioa High School Rugby 1st XV team. Jenny is interested in helping people manage and prevent injuries through education and stretching/strengthening for all ages and abilities. She is also working to develop her manual therapy skills. Jenny has played netball and soccer in the past, and currently enjoys badminton, yoga, running, cycling, and gym - when she manages to fit it all in!» View details
Mary has interest in clinical management of complex injuries and recurring injuries. She manages post-surgical rehabilitation along with gym programmes to achieve return to work. Her special interests also include shoulder rehabilitation and cervicogenic headaches.» View details
Tamiho graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy 2017. She completed a physiotherapy course in Japan 2004 and she has been working for 12 years. She received a license of Bobath therapist in 2006 and her specialty is in neurological physiotherapy, in particular stroke, cerebral palsy and spinal cord injury for adults and children. In 2012 She was awarded a scholarship that saw her travel to Denmark, Sweden, England and Australia in 2013 to learn about physiotherapy for spinal cord injury. This experience has influenced her to become a physiotherapist overseas to develop her career and foster a strong passion to contribute to society abroad. Outside of work, she has been involved with wheelchair basketball as a classifier and Chair Ski as a staff member. She has an interest to teach softball and enjoys going skiing and mountain biking. » View details