Leila has over 6 years experience- specialising in Musculoskeletal Injuries within private practise. Travelling and working in Australia and the UK last year has further widened Leila's skill set.
Leila is well recognised and sort after here at our Clinic. Come and see Leila so she can assist with your recovery.» View details
Nick is a Christchurch native, he is an avid mountainbiker and snowboarder amongst other sports. He has 10 years of musculoskeletal experience ranging from chronic work-related pain and workstation setups, to sports casuals, weekend warriors and elite athletes namely runners, triathletes & multisporters. He has spent over 5 years as Physio for premier rugby and rugby league teams within Christchurch as well at Representative sides, in this past season he was the Physio for the Lyttleton Rugby team winning the Div2 Metro competiton.
He spent 2 years in the UK where he was the Physio to cast & crew for popular West End Musicals in London, such as “The Lion King” and “Stomp” amongst others.
Since returning he has begun and is part way through a Post Graduate in Sports Medicine.
He has special interests in shoulders & knee diagnosis and rehabilitation, as well as running technique/analysis. He has extensive knowledge of musculoskeletal disorders and enjoys the challenge of difficult problems & diagnoses.» View details
Recover muscle health by way of massage
Ross is an experienced Trigger Point and Sports Massage Therapist and is experienced with sports that include running, cycling, mountain biking and surfing. Increase your performance and enjoyment from your chosen sport or activity
All of us can benefit from a strong core. Correctly activating these muscles is easier than you may think. As ex-Manager of a Christchurch Sports injury rehabilitation gym, personal trainer and Yoga Teacher Ross is in a great position to help you realise your potential independent of your current fitness level or age.
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Sophie graduated from Otago in 1990. Her first physiotherapist experience was in the UK, which she followed by joining the Physical Sense team in 1992.
In the time that we have been lucky enough to have her as part of our team she has 2 breaks away from working, 3 months in Australia and 5 months in the UK.
Her physiotherapy interests include movement analysis and worksite assessments.
She is also very interested in animal physiotherapy.» View details