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Te Aroha Physio

63 Rewi Street, Te Aroha, Te Aroha 3320, New Zealand

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Mr Jonathan Piper

Mr Jonathan Piper

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Jonathan graduated with a masters in Physiotherapy in 2016 from the University of Essex. Prior to this Jonathan completed an undergraduate degree Human Biology at Staffordshire University. Since graduating Jonathan has worked in several settings within the NHS including orthopaedics, elderly rehabilitation and musculoskeletal outpatients. He has also worked as a physiotherapist within a football setting, treating different sporting injuries. Jonathan is excited to work with Physio Direct and experience all New Zealand has to offer View details »

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Mrs Sarah Briggs

Mrs Sarah Briggs

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Sarah graduated from Sheffield Hallam University, England in 2006. Since then she has worked pre-dominately in the NHS in England, gaining significant experience in both lower limb and more recent-ly in upper limb specialist centres - working with some of the leading surgeons in the UK. Her special interest lies in sports rehabilitation and manual therapy, with particular focus on complex shoulder, elbow and knee disorders. She has spent time working for Leicester Tigers rugby club and Sheffield United Football Club. Sarah has nearly completed a MSc in Manual Therapy, with specialist MACP accreditation, and is trained in pilates and acupuncture and recently became an international lecturer in shoulder & ankle rehabilitation. Sarah is passionate about travel, having travelled much of Europe and South East Asia, as well as music and sport, and she regularly competes in the local tennis league. View details »

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Mrs Sam Jones

Mrs Sam Jones

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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 »

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