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Physio Direct Belfast »

731 Main North Road, Belfast 8051

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Mr Brad Robinson

Mr Brad Robinson

Physiotherapist

Brad studied Physiotherapy in Dunedin and graduated from Otago University in 2017. He then spent one year working in Timaru before joining the Physio Direct team in Christchurch. Brad is passionate about Physiotherapy with an interest in sporting and musculoskeletal injuries. He has a focus on the role of exercise and lifestyle in injury management and prevention. Brad spent his childhood exploring the countryside of Northland and has developed a passion for the New Zealand outdoors. He spends most of his spare time tramping or hunting in the back country of NZ. » View details

Physio Direct Greymouth »

25 Albert Street,

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Mr Timothy Grimes

Mr Timothy Grimes

Physiotherapist

Timothy Grimes graduated with a BSc in Physiotherapy from University College Dublin in 2017. His experience as a Sports Physio has aided Tim with his interest in managing client injuries and helping people to maintain an active lifestyle. Tim also has experience with Paediatric Physiotherapy and is interested in holistic care and the treatment of chronic pain. Tim’s own experience as a long-term Caregiver to family has taught him the importance of communication, education, teamwork and the dignity of the client and family during the rehabilitation process. Tim has lived in Spain and Chile and travelled throughout Australia and NZ. He enjoys sports and is looking forward to participating in the NZ lifestyle. » View details

Physio Direct Matamata »

27 Arawa Street,

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Miss Nicole Greidanus

Miss Nicole Greidanus

Physiotherapist

Nicole is from rural Canada, and spent the last 4 years in Scotland. She enjoys the outdoors, cooking, travelling and meeting new people. Nicole completed her Honours Specialisation of Kinesiology BSc. at the University of Western Ontario. During this time she also worked as a Personal Trainer and Athletic Therapist for the varsity teams. Nicole then completed her Masters of Physiotherapy at Glasgow Caledonian University in 2016. She worked at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital which specialises in cardio-thoracic and elective orthopaedic surgery before moving to New Zealand in 2018. Nicole has a keen interest in athletic injuries and post surgical rehab. » View details

Physio Direct Murupara »

Te Ika Whenua Counselling 5 Oregon Street,

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Ms Anel  Smith

Ms Anel Smith

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 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 »

The Gym Ohakune 18 Ayr St,

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Mr Brad Dennien

Mr Brad Dennien

Physiotherapist

Brad graduated from Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia with a Doctor of Physiotherapy in mid-2019. Originally from Brisbane in Queensland, Brads passion for helping others is what originally drew him to pursue physiotherapy. Brad has been fortunate enough to gain experience across various patient populations including paediatrics, athletic sporting injuries, general musculoskeletal conditions and disease and disability, in both hospital and private practice settings. Brad enjoys spending his spare time hiking and exploring, playing sports, photography and spending time with family and friends. Brad is looking forward to expanding his experience and knowledge in New Zealand while getting to see and explore the beautiful country and meet its lovely people. » 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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Mr Brad Robinson

Mr Brad Robinson

Physiotherapist

Brad studied Physiotherapy in Dunedin and graduated from Otago University in 2017. He then spent one year working in Timaru before joining the Physio Direct team in Christchurch. Brad is passionate about Physiotherapy with an interest in sporting and musculoskeletal injuries. He has a focus on the role of exercise and lifestyle in injury management and prevention. Brad spent his childhood exploring the countryside of Northland and has developed a passion for the New Zealand outdoors. He spends most of his spare time tramping or hunting in the back country of NZ. » View details

Physio Direct Putaruru »

5 Duke Street,

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Miss Nicole Greidanus

Miss Nicole Greidanus

Physiotherapist

Nicole is from rural Canada, and spent the last 4 years in Scotland. She enjoys the outdoors, cooking, travelling and meeting new people. Nicole completed her Honours Specialisation of Kinesiology BSc. at the University of Western Ontario. During this time she also worked as a Personal Trainer and Athletic Therapist for the varsity teams. Nicole then completed her Masters of Physiotherapy at Glasgow Caledonian University in 2016. She worked at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital which specialises in cardio-thoracic and elective orthopaedic surgery before moving to New Zealand in 2018. Nicole has a keen interest in athletic injuries and post surgical rehab. » 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

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 Rotorua »

100 Fairy Springs Road, Fairy Springs

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Ms Anel  Smith

Ms Anel Smith

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

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 Pamela Guy

Ms Pamela Guy

Physiotherapist

Pamela is a graduate of the University of Sydney and has been practising as a physio for many years,  continuing to do so with great passion. Her love of sports injuries and all things musculoskeletal saw her pursue post graduate studies both in Australia and internationally. She holds a DipMDT, the highest level of attainment in MDT( Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy) from the McKenzie International Institute, which  has lead to Pam working in the UK, Canada, the USA and the Middle East. Amongst Pamela’s strengths is her ability to efficiently determine if physiotherapy management is indicated or not and then manage accordingly. This supports her philosophy of active patient involvement in care, with an emphasis on education  and self management. Pamela also holds an interest in Pelvic Health- improving pelvic floor muscle strength and function for both women and men in managing continence issues. Outside of work Pam loves to get on her bike, go cycling, swimming and travelling.  » View details

Ms Stella Wilson

Ms Stella Wilson

Physiotherapist

Originally from South Africa, Stella graduated from AUT in 2002 and has been practising physiotherapy ever since. She started out in paediatrics with the Waitemata DHB Child Development Service but gradually moved into full time private practice, eventually building up her own clinics in East Auckland. Stella moved to Taumarunui in 2016 with her husband and two children to be closer to her family, and to help her chef husband realise his dream of owning a café. Stella has a strong competitive sporting background in mainly swimming and hockey and played underwater hockey for the South African Junior Springboks, and then the New Zealand Women’s team, for several years. She firmly believes in the importance of strengthening and conditioning to aid recovery from injury. Stella also has a passion for hands-on therapies, especially massage therapy, trigger point release therapy, and myofascial release therapy. “Human touch has such incredible healing power with research having proven that touch will lower blood pressure, increase endorphin levels, increase pain tolerance, and strengthen the immune system”. » View details

Te Aroha Physio »

63 Rewi Street, Te Aroha 3320

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Miss Nicole Greidanus

Miss Nicole Greidanus

Physiotherapist

Nicole is from rural Canada, and spent the last 4 years in Scotland. She enjoys the outdoors, cooking, travelling and meeting new people. Nicole completed her Honours Specialisation of Kinesiology BSc. at the University of Western Ontario. During this time she also worked as a Personal Trainer and Athletic Therapist for the varsity teams. Nicole then completed her Masters of Physiotherapy at Glasgow Caledonian University in 2016. She worked at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital which specialises in cardio-thoracic and elective orthopaedic surgery before moving to New Zealand in 2018. Nicole has a keen interest in athletic injuries and post surgical rehab. » 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

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