I discovered my passion for physiotherapy at a young age. I was amazed at how the teamwork between the physiotherapist and client helped restore the ability to carry out purposeful and meaningful movements again. This inspired me to complete my Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Otago. As a physiotherapist I find my job very rewarding. One of the most rewarding parts is when clients understand how the way they were moving beforehand contributed towards their current injury, and how through these exercises they are able to be in control of their own rehab.
When you see me, you can expect me to take a holistic approach to your healthcare. This means that I will treat the entire body, as well as other contributing factors rather than just your injury. Our body is all connected therefore if one joint or muscle is slightly out of time when we move, it can affect other parts of our body too.
Outside of work I love getting amongst the outdoors. Some of my hobbies include running, tramping, tennis, skiing and baking. I am originally from the North Island so every chance I get I am exploring the beautiful scenery here in the South Island. I look forward to meeting you and working with you to develop a rehab plan customised to your needs. View details »
I am a passionate physiotherapist and I am excited to have joined the vibrant Muscle People Physiotherapy team. I love my job for a number of reasons; meeting new people, problem solving, continuous learning and helping people in their pursuit of excellence. I believe that your health is your wealth and enjoy working with people to achieve their activity goals.
I studied at Otago University to achieve a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. After graduating I worked as a physiotherapist in Christchurch for a couple years before travelling overseas. I had a fantastic time exploring many new places through Europe and North America, and have now returned to Christchurch.
My hobbies outside of work include sailing, skiing, going to the gym, swimming and surfing. I enjoy embracing the outdoors rain or shine and have completed an Outward Bound course. I am a keen underwater hockey player and am proud to have represented New Zealand nationally and internationally. View details »
I became a physiotherapist because I enjoy working with people. Helping you to achieve your health and wellness goals and to enjoy the activities and pursuits that are meaningful is hugely rewarding. I love to learn new skills and techniques and staying at the forefront of physiotherapy is one of my key priorities.
I studied at Auckland University of Technology, graduating with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy and I plan on continuing my post-graduate training soon. I believe that physiotherapy can improve your quality of life, from ironing out those little niggles through injury prevention or rehabilitation. With a wide range of methods from exercise to hands on techniques and interaction with a diverse team of health professionals, I will develop a unique, personally tailored plan to help you maximise all of life’s opportunities.
In my spare time I enjoy being outdoors. I love spending my time riding horses, at the beach and playing sport. Born and bred in Auckland, I plan to explore all that the South Island has to offer in the coming years. View details »