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Physio Direct Matamata »

27 Arawa Street,

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Miss Rebecca Johnson

Miss Rebecca Johnson

Physiotherapist

Originally from Leeds in the UK, Becki graduated in 2014 from the University of Bradford. She spent over 18 months working for the NHS in Yorkshire across a variety of areas including community and acute hospital settings. She has also spent time with a specialist hand therapy department and sports physiotherapy team. She is qualified in complementary therapy which includes Swedish, aromatherapy and sports massage and reflexology. She is a keen learner and is hoping to study acupuncture and one day complete her Masters course in Physiotherapy. Becki travelled the world for 12 months in 2010 with her partner visiting China, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and the USA and returned to New Zealand again to explore further in 2014. She moved here in March 2016 and is currently working in our Putaruru and Matamata clinics. Becki enjoys travelling and sports and is looking forward to skiing over winter and further exploring of New Zealand. » View details

Miss Sophie Harper

Miss Sophie Harper

Physiotherapist

Originally from Cornwall in the UK, Sophie qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 2012 having gained her BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Cardiff. Since qualifying she has spent 5 years working within the NHS in Wales and England specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy but also gaining valuable experience on a variety of rotations including neurology, rheumatology and community rehabilitation. Sophie has experience treating a variety of conditions and has spent time working with specialists in pain management and shoulder rehabilitation. Outside of work Sophie enjoys being outdoors and keeping active. Her biggest passion is her animals and her goal is to train as a veterinary physiotherapist to enable her to work with both people and animals. Sophie is excited to join the team at Physio Direct and explore New Zealand. » View details

Physio Direct Ngongotaha »

17 Taui Street, Ngongotaha

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Mrs Indu Kar

Mrs Indu Kar

Physiotherapist

Indu moved to New Zealand 3 years ago to join her husband and are currently living in Mt Maunganui. She completed her Master of Physiotherapy in 2012 with specialization in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Prior to moving to NZ, Indu was working in a reputed, multi-speciality hospital in India where she gained experience in treating various musculoskeletal, neurological and respiratory conditions. She received her Graduate Diploma in Physiotherapy from AUT in Auckland in 2016 which has given her an understanding of New Zealand standards of Physiotherapy Practice. Indu is competent in various manual therapy techniques such as Maitland, Mulligan, neural mobilization etc. and has special interest in treating various neck and back conditions with or without radicular pain; Adhesive Capsulitis; Post-operative rehabilitation of clients with fractures or joint replacements, educating clients about their condition and self-management strategies. Indu loves camping and exploring new places with her husband. Indu is excited to be a part of Physio Direct and serving the local community. » View details

Physio Direct Ohakune »

4 Goldfinch Street,

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Ms Anel  Jordaan

Ms Anel Jordaan

Physiotherapist

Anel grew up in the United states and studied at the university of Pretoria  in South Africa where she graduated in 2013 with Bachelors in Physiotherapy.She initially worked at Dr. Yusuf Dadoo State Hospital as a community service Physiotherapist, where she was exposed to paediatrics and adult neurology conditions. In 2015 she started working in private practice and the hospital that included a variety of caseloads such as MSK, Respiratory, and Orthopaedics.  She has completed dry needling and KTape courses.  Anel is excited to challenge herself and grow as a physiotherapist with Physio Direct.  She is interested in Pilates, treating lumbar conditions and would like to educate herself more on McKenzie techniques. She is looking forward to exploring New Zealand and participating in the adventurous lifestyle that it has to offer. » View details

Ms Hollie Price

Ms Hollie Price

Physiotherapist

In 2014 Hollie graduated from Charles Sturt University, Orange with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours). She also completed a Bachelor of Science from the University of Canberra in 2010. Hollie joins the Physio Direct team in 2017 from rural NSW, Australia, where she has been working in private practice seeing a varied caseload which includes sporting injuries, general musculoskeletal and return to work assessments in the coal mining industry. Hollie has completed additional training in the areas of shoulder rehabilitation, spinal rehabilitation and women’s health and incontinence. Hollie is currently undertaking training with PINC&STEEL to become a qualified oncology rehabilitation provider. Hollie is qualified to complete dry needling, is an accredited Workhab Functional Capacity evaluator and is competent in conducting mat and equipment Pilates. Hollie enjoys travelling and is keen to explore beautiful New Zealand. » View details

Miss Maisie Byrne

Miss Maisie Byrne

Physiotherapist

Originally from Northamptonshire (UK), Mais graduated in 2015 from University of Brighton with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours Degree). She has since worked in Orthopaedics as well as for an Occupational Health, helping people return to work, sport and function, before moving to New Zealand in 2017. Mais enjoys travelling and favourite destinations include Philippines and Portugal as she is a keen diver and a Surf Instructor. She is excited about exploring New Zealand » View details

Physio Direct Oxford »

1 Redwood Place, 7430

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Physio Direct Putaruru »

5 Duke Street,

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Miss Rebecca Johnson

Miss Rebecca Johnson

Physiotherapist

Originally from Leeds in the UK, Becki graduated in 2014 from the University of Bradford. She spent over 18 months working for the NHS in Yorkshire across a variety of areas including community and acute hospital settings. She has also spent time with a specialist hand therapy department and sports physiotherapy team. She is qualified in complementary therapy which includes Swedish, aromatherapy and sports massage and reflexology. She is a keen learner and is hoping to study acupuncture and one day complete her Masters course in Physiotherapy. Becki travelled the world for 12 months in 2010 with her partner visiting China, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and the USA and returned to New Zealand again to explore further in 2014. She moved here in March 2016 and is currently working in our Putaruru and Matamata clinics. Becki enjoys travelling and sports and is looking forward to skiing over winter and further exploring of New Zealand. » View details

Mrs Sam Jones

Mrs Sam Jones

Physiotherapist

Qualified as a physiotherapist in 2012 from Salford University. Has travelled all her life as her father was serving the British army. Since qualifying she has worked in rural Wales, Leicester in the UK and Wellington in New Zealand. She has worked in both private and the public sector, in a variety of posts including respiratory, neurological, orthopaedics, elderly care and musculoskeletal. She moved to New Zealand in 2017. Sam is looking forward to settling down with her Husband and getting to know her local community » View details

Miss Sophie Harper

Miss Sophie Harper

Physiotherapist

Originally from Cornwall in the UK, Sophie qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 2012 having gained her BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Cardiff. Since qualifying she has spent 5 years working within the NHS in Wales and England specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy but also gaining valuable experience on a variety of rotations including neurology, rheumatology and community rehabilitation. Sophie has experience treating a variety of conditions and has spent time working with specialists in pain management and shoulder rehabilitation. Outside of work Sophie enjoys being outdoors and keeping active. Her biggest passion is her animals and her goal is to train as a veterinary physiotherapist to enable her to work with both people and animals. Sophie is excited to join the team at Physio Direct and explore New Zealand. » View details

Physio Direct Raetihi Clinic »

Waimarino Health Ltd , 38 Seddon St, 4632

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Ms Anel  Jordaan

Ms Anel Jordaan

Physiotherapist

Anel grew up in the United states and studied at the university of Pretoria  in South Africa where she graduated in 2013 with Bachelors in Physiotherapy.She initially worked at Dr. Yusuf Dadoo State Hospital as a community service Physiotherapist, where she was exposed to paediatrics and adult neurology conditions. In 2015 she started working in private practice and the hospital that included a variety of caseloads such as MSK, Respiratory, and Orthopaedics.  She has completed dry needling and KTape courses.  Anel is excited to challenge herself and grow as a physiotherapist with Physio Direct.  She is interested in Pilates, treating lumbar conditions and would like to educate herself more on McKenzie techniques. She is looking forward to exploring New Zealand and participating in the adventurous lifestyle that it has to offer. » View details

Physio Direct Rotorua »

100 Fairy Springs Road, Fairy Springs

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Ms Jay Shaw

Ms Jay Shaw

Physiotherapist

Jay received her Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Otago in Dunedin, 2010. Jay joined the Physio Direct team in 2015 from Kalgoorlie, Western Australia where she had been working as a private practice physiotherapist, gaining experience in occupational physiotherapy and helping miners get back to work quickly and safely. She has upskilled in several areas including occupational physiotherapy, shoulder rehabilitation, spinal rehabilitation, hand rehabilitation, kinesiotaping, rocktaping and acupuncture. She is also a certified practitioner of DMA clinical Pilates. Jay is enjoying being back in New Zealand and using these skills to help kiwi’s recover from injuries safely and swiftly. » View details

Mrs Suellyn Caudwell

Mrs Suellyn Caudwell

Physiotherapist

Suellyn Caudwell is a well experienced physiotherapist having owned and run her own practice in Rotorua for many years She has a special enthusiasm for the Mackenzie method of treating both acute and chronic low back, neck and thoracic pain with or without sciatica, arm pain and headaches. She likes to educate her clients so they can recognise and self manage their own symptoms where possible, into the future, to lessen the further occurrence of pain. She also has a keen interest in treating shoulder pain , improving posture at work, as well as all other areas of physical dysfunction. Suellyn works 2 days weekly at the Rotorua Clinic » View details

Physio Direct Taumarunui »

Shop 2 The Arcade,

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Ms Anel  Jordaan

Ms Anel Jordaan

Physiotherapist

Anel grew up in the United states and studied at the university of Pretoria  in South Africa where she graduated in 2013 with Bachelors in Physiotherapy.She initially worked at Dr. Yusuf Dadoo State Hospital as a community service Physiotherapist, where she was exposed to paediatrics and adult neurology conditions. In 2015 she started working in private practice and the hospital that included a variety of caseloads such as MSK, Respiratory, and Orthopaedics.  She has completed dry needling and KTape courses.  Anel is excited to challenge herself and grow as a physiotherapist with Physio Direct.  She is interested in Pilates, treating lumbar conditions and would like to educate herself more on McKenzie techniques. She is looking forward to exploring New Zealand and participating in the adventurous lifestyle that it has to offer. » View details

Ms Hollie Price

Ms Hollie Price

Physiotherapist

In 2014 Hollie graduated from Charles Sturt University, Orange with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours). She also completed a Bachelor of Science from the University of Canberra in 2010. Hollie joins the Physio Direct team in 2017 from rural NSW, Australia, where she has been working in private practice seeing a varied caseload which includes sporting injuries, general musculoskeletal and return to work assessments in the coal mining industry. Hollie has completed additional training in the areas of shoulder rehabilitation, spinal rehabilitation and women’s health and incontinence. Hollie is currently undertaking training with PINC&STEEL to become a qualified oncology rehabilitation provider. Hollie is qualified to complete dry needling, is an accredited Workhab Functional Capacity evaluator and is competent in conducting mat and equipment Pilates. Hollie enjoys travelling and is keen to explore beautiful New Zealand. » View details

Miss Maisie Byrne

Miss Maisie Byrne

Physiotherapist

Originally from Northamptonshire (UK), Mais graduated in 2015 from University of Brighton with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours Degree). She has since worked in Orthopaedics as well as for an Occupational Health, helping people return to work, sport and function, before moving to New Zealand in 2017. Mais enjoys travelling and favourite destinations include Philippines and Portugal as she is a keen diver and a Surf Instructor. She is excited about exploring New Zealand » View details

Te Aroha Physio »

63 Rewi Street, Te Aroha 3320

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Mrs Sam Jones

Mrs Sam Jones

Physiotherapist

Qualified as a physiotherapist in 2012 from Salford University. Has travelled all her life as her father was serving the British army. Since qualifying she has worked in rural Wales, Leicester in the UK and Wellington in New Zealand. She has worked in both private and the public sector, in a variety of posts including respiratory, neurological, orthopaedics, elderly care and musculoskeletal. She moved to New Zealand in 2017. Sam is looking forward to settling down with her Husband and getting to know her local community » View details

Miss Sophie Harper

Miss Sophie Harper

Physiotherapist

Originally from Cornwall in the UK, Sophie qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 2012 having gained her BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Cardiff. Since qualifying she has spent 5 years working within the NHS in Wales and England specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy but also gaining valuable experience on a variety of rotations including neurology, rheumatology and community rehabilitation. Sophie has experience treating a variety of conditions and has spent time working with specialists in pain management and shoulder rehabilitation. Outside of work Sophie enjoys being outdoors and keeping active. Her biggest passion is her animals and her goal is to train as a veterinary physiotherapist to enable her to work with both people and animals. Sophie is excited to join the team at Physio Direct and explore New Zealand. » View details

Physio Direct Westport »

161 Palmerston Street,

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Mr Silas Carey

Mr Silas Carey

Physiotherapist

Originally from rural New York State in the U.S., Silas received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from New York Medical College in 2016. Prior to his move to New Zealand, Silas worked in the orthopaedic unit of Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City treating acute orthopaedic conditions before and after surgery. Silas has completed a certification in Stecco Myofascial Manipulation and has experience treating a varied caseload including paediatric, geriatric, athletic, work-related, and general musculoskeletal conditions. He is ready to bring his skills and expertise to New Zealand to help the Kiwi people regain their health and mobility. » View details