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1. Timaru »

59 Church Street, 7910

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 Brad Robinson

Brad Robinson

Physiotherapist

Brad is from Whangarei and joined Active Health in 2018. Brad enjoys the challenge of finding out why people are sore and does everything he can do to help people to achieve their goals. After work, Brad enjoys everything that the New Zealand outdoors has to offer. Tramping, fishing and hunting are his favorite pass times. » View details

 Edmond Chang

Edmond Chang

Physiotherapist

Ed was born in Korea and spent most of his childhood in England. He then moved with his family to Christchurch and studied physiotherapy in Dunedin. Ed joined Active Health in 2018 and has a lot of experience in sport physiotherapy. Ed was the sport medic for the NZ Masters’s Games in 2016, Christ’s College, U15 National Rugby tournament and several other great sport events. Ed has a keen interest is sport and played competitive sport growing up which was a good way for him to be immersed in it beyond the field. After work, Ed will always be in to play golf. He also likes anything outdoors and loves making and eating good food. » View details

 Jenny Murphy

Jenny Murphy

Physiotherapist

Jenny is our Locum Physio who is covering while other staff are away on leave. Jenny brings many years experience and fits in well with our team. Jenny previously owned a clinic in Waimate for 25 years and is a very proficient physio in acupuncture, musculoskeletal physio and rehabilitation. » View details

 Lucy Finch

Lucy Finch

Physiotherapist

Lucy comes from Stamford, Lincolnshire, UK. She worked for the NHS in Inverness, Scotland for 3 years after graduating, doing her junior rotations in the public hospital there. She had always wanted to visit NZ for all its scenery and outdoor activities and after securing a job with Active Health she came across for a year.....and ended up staying. Lucy likes the outdoors, travelling, hanging out with her wee boy, socialising and animals » View details

 Melissa Edwards

Melissa Edwards

Physiotherapist

Melissa was born and raised in Timaru! After 4 years of hard work at the university in Dunedin, Melissa became a physiotherapist and joined Active Health in 2014, she now has 7 years of professional experience. She finds it very rewarding to be able to work with individuals to help improve their quality of life, whether it is helping them return to a hobby, sport, work or activities of daily life. After work, Melissa enjoys being in the outdoors - such as tramping and walking her dogs. She is also good at baking/cooking and likes to work on her home renovations. » View details

 Rebecca Crawford

Rebecca Crawford

Physiotherapist

Rebecca is from Timaru and joined Active Health in 2014. Rebecca enjoys working with people and helping them get back to doing what they enjoy. She has a special interest in sports injuries. After work, Rebecca enjoys spending time with her dog and living a rural lifestyle. She also likes keeping active and loves watching/playing sport. » View details

 Robert Francis

Robert Francis

Physiotherapist

Rob is from Whangarei and joined Active Health in 2018. Robert chose physiotherapy because he wanted to help people to stay functional for longer - whether it be mobile, pain free or performing in competitive activity. Rob enjoys everything to do with the outdoors, from tramping to mountain biking and running. Rob is a big fan of rugby and hockey » View details

 Romain Lahaut

Romain Lahaut

Physiotherapist

Romain is from Brussels, Belgium. Romain worked 2½ years in Brussels and another 2 years in Malawi (Africa) before he joining Active Health. Romain started studying physio as he was interested in learning about the human body and he knew he would enjoy interacting with people. Today he is doing his best to help people reach their goals. Romain loves travelling as it creates good memories and opens people’s minds. He also likes sports, trail running in particular. » View details

 Suzanne Goodwin

Suzanne Goodwin

Physiotherapist

Suz grew up in Zimbabwe and moved to NZ about 10 years ago with her family. Suz has always enjoyed science and working with people in a therapeutic environment is something she wanted to do. After work, Suz really enjoys getting out for walks/tramps with friends and family. She is good at playing tennis and loves drinking tea! » View details

2. Temuka »

106 King Street, 7920

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 Edmond Chang

Edmond Chang

Physiotherapist

Ed was born in Korea and spent most of his childhood in England. He then moved with his family to Christchurch and studied physiotherapy in Dunedin. Ed joined Active Health in 2018 and has a lot of experience in sport physiotherapy. Ed was the sport medic for the NZ Masters’s Games in 2016, Christ’s College, U15 National Rugby tournament and several other great sport events. Ed has a keen interest is sport and played competitive sport growing up which was a good way for him to be immersed in it beyond the field. After work, Ed will always be in to play golf. He also likes anything outdoors and loves making and eating good food. » View details

 Melissa Edwards

Melissa Edwards

Physiotherapist

Melissa was born and raised in Timaru! After 4 years of hard work at the university in Dunedin, Melissa became a physiotherapist and joined Active Health in 2014, she now has 7 years of professional experience. She finds it very rewarding to be able to work with individuals to help improve their quality of life, whether it is helping them return to a hobby, sport, work or activities of daily life. After work, Melissa enjoys being in the outdoors - such as tramping and walking her dogs. She is also good at baking/cooking and likes to work on her home renovations. » View details

 Romain Lahaut

Romain Lahaut

Physiotherapist

Romain is from Brussels, Belgium. Romain worked 2½ years in Brussels and another 2 years in Malawi (Africa) before he joining Active Health. Romain started studying physio as he was interested in learning about the human body and he knew he would enjoy interacting with people. Today he is doing his best to help people reach their goals. Romain loves travelling as it creates good memories and opens people’s minds. He also likes sports, trail running in particular. » View details

 Suzanne Goodwin

Suzanne Goodwin

Physiotherapist

Suz grew up in Zimbabwe and moved to NZ about 10 years ago with her family. Suz has always enjoyed science and working with people in a therapeutic environment is something she wanted to do. After work, Suz really enjoys getting out for walks/tramps with friends and family. She is good at playing tennis and loves drinking tea! » View details

3. Waimate »

118 Queen Street, 7925

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 Lucy Finch

Lucy Finch

Physiotherapist

Lucy comes from Stamford, Lincolnshire, UK. She worked for the NHS in Inverness, Scotland for 3 years after graduating, doing her junior rotations in the public hospital there. She had always wanted to visit NZ for all its scenery and outdoor activities and after securing a job with Active Health she came across for a year.....and ended up staying. Lucy likes the outdoors, travelling, hanging out with her wee boy, socialising and animals » View details

 Robert Francis

Robert Francis

Physiotherapist

Rob is from Whangarei and joined Active Health in 2018. Robert chose physiotherapy because he wanted to help people to stay functional for longer - whether it be mobile, pain free or performing in competitive activity. Rob enjoys everything to do with the outdoors, from tramping to mountain biking and running. Rob is a big fan of rugby and hockey » View details

4. Fairlie »

c/- Fairlie Medical Centre Ayr Street,

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 Brad Robinson

Brad Robinson

Physiotherapist

Brad is from Whangarei and joined Active Health in 2018. Brad enjoys the challenge of finding out why people are sore and does everything he can do to help people to achieve their goals. After work, Brad enjoys everything that the New Zealand outdoors has to offer. Tramping, fishing and hunting are his favorite pass times. » View details