With 13 years experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in NZ, Australia and the UK. Megan has completed further training in sports injury, cancer rehabilitation, women’s health/ Pelvic floor rehabilitation.
This has lead to a clinical interest in the assesment and treatment of pelvic pain, incontinence & pre and post partum wellness. Megan has a hands on holistic approach and treats with a variety of techniques including clinical Pilates. She is passionate about people understanding their bodies so they can overcome dysfunction & lead an active lifestyle. As a Pinc and Steel cancer rehabilitation physiotherapist Megan enjoys working alongside clients to facilitate recovery.
Megan works part time, following the birth of her Son.
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Ilana graduated from Otago University with distinction in 2006. She has experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy within private-practice, gym, & Pilates-studio settings.
Ilana is an internationally certified Pilates Instructor, and has completed a certificate in trigger point dry needling.
Ilana uses a combination of hands-on techniques, movement re-education, and advice to achieve client's goals, reduce re-injury, and improve performance. View details »
Chris graduated from AUT in 2003 and has been working in the musculoskeletal physiotherapy field since. He has spent time working in New Zealand, Ireland and in the UK. Chris has completed further training in Acupuncture & Pilates and has found great benefit to his patients' when incorporating these treatment methods. Chris believes in a hands-on treatment approach but also feels that education is key to injury management.
Chris has played rugby most of his life, including semi-professionally in Ireland and England. Now that his playing days are behind him you will see Chris out running the Mount and surfing any chance he gets. Chris also has interests in Triathlon, tennis, and skiing/snowboarding. View details »