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 »
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 »
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.
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