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 »
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 »