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Massage Russley »

3/567 Wairakei Road, Russley

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Ms Jaime Carter

Ms Jaime Carter

Massage Therapist

Hi, I’m Jaime. I have a Certificate in Relaxation Massage and a Diploma in Therapeutic Massage from the New Zealand College of Massage Christchurch Campus. I have worked at Russley Sports Massage here in Christchurch and Essenciel Health Clinic in Wellington. I have always loved receiving massage, and now love that I can give this experience to others. I have a holistic view of the body - all the parts are interconnected - and often dysfunction in one part is coming from another part. This makes for both challenging and satisfying work, and there is nothing better than peeling back the layers and finding the original source of pain/discomfort. I will work with you to meet your goals, whether this is to restore, maintain or improve your sense of wellbeing. If you need some time out of your busy week to relax and revive, have muscle aches from training that just won’t go away, have achy and sore shoulders from sitting at a computer all day or a pain that just won’t budge book in with me today! If you have any trouble booking or finding a time that suits please call us on 3584878. » View details

MOTUS Russley »

Unit 3, 567 Wairakei Road, Russley

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Mr Ben Jowsey

Mr Ben Jowsey

Physiotherapist

Ben graduated from Otago University in 2015 with a bachelor of physiotherapy. After a stint working on acute inpatient wards at Christchurch Hospital, Ben has been working at Motus Russley and is enjoying being a part of the Russley team. He has worked alongside Premier and Colts level rugby over the past few years and has an interest in running, sporting injuries and post-operative rehabilitation. In his spare time, Ben enjoys running and is a keen musician. » View details

Mr Bryce Ebben

Mr Bryce Ebben

Physiotherapist

Bryce graduated from Auckland University of Technology (AUT) with a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) followed by a Post-Graduate Certificate in Western Acupuncture. Before joining the team at Motus Russley, Bryce worked at Sportsmed here in Christchurch (part of the Motus Health Network). Bryce has also worked in Auckland and Wellington gaining a vast range of private practice and sports physiotherapy experience. Bryce has been a New Zealand Team Physiotherapist at the World University Games, Youth Olympics and with the New Zealand Tall Blacks at the 2010 World Championships in Turkey. Bryce’s interests include sports injuries, pre and post-surgical rehabilitation, spinal injuries, sports taping, acupuncture, exercise prescription, muscle balance and bio-mechanical assessments. » View details

Miss Jane Marshall

Miss Jane Marshall

Physiotherapist

Jane joined the team 3 years ago after five years in Brisbane working in a private practice. Jane has worked with premier level rugby and netball teams, as well as working with acute and post-op rehabilitation. Jane has a growing interest in treating youth and adolescent. Jane is trained in western acupuncture and dry needling. Jane plays touch in the summer and is a regular runner having run several half-marathons. » View details

Miss Kirsty Prattley

Miss Kirsty Prattley

Physiotherapist

Kirsty graduated from Otago University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. She has been working in a Private Practice in Feilding for the past two years and is excited to be back in Christchurch and joining the Motus Russley team. She has an interest in sports physiotherapy for both youth and adults as well as dry-needling. Kirsty enjoys partner dancing and water skiing in her spare time » View details

Miss Sarah Kerse

Miss Sarah Kerse

Physiotherapist

Sarah graduated from Otago University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. After growing up in rural South Canterbury she has now adapted to city life and at Motus Russley. Sarah is trained in Dry Needling Acupuncture and is interested in the treatment and management of sporting injuries and post-surgical rehabilitation. During the winter, she also works with rugby teams on game day helping with acute injury management. Outside of work, Sarah enjoys wakeboarding, tramping, netball, running and rugby. » View details