Jack grew up in the Southland region and moved to Dunedin to train to be a physio at Otago University. He has subsequently completed his certificate in manual and manipulative therapy. Jack's philosophy is to strengthen and retrain the body to become more robust against overuse and acute trauma, getting people back to the activities they love and to remain that way. Jack uses myofascial release, joint mobilisation, dry needling and taping as part of his treatment. He is also very keen on teaching people how to maintain their own bodies independently long term. View details »
Deborah is one of the directors of Queenstown Physiotherapy. Deborah is our Associate Hand Therapist, having undertaken further studies to gain advanced skills in assessing, diagnosing and splinting conditions of the upper limb. She provides rehab for those conditions affecting the elbow, forearm, wrist, hand and fingers.
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Gemma completed her Physiotherapy degree in 2003 at Auckland University of Technology and went on to gain a Post Graduate Diploma in Acupuncture in 2005. More recently she gained her Masters in Health Practice in 2013 with a focus on Vocational Rehabilitation.
Gemma’s interest is sports injuries and rehabilitation with a focus on biomechanical analysis, alignment and postural correction. Finding the cause of the problem as well as treating the symptoms. View details »