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Physiotherapy at Manchester Street

Active Health 545 Manchester Street, St Albans, Christchurch 8014

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Ms Lisa McKinnon

Ms Lisa McKinnon

Physiotherapist

BSc Anatomy, BPhty, Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (endorsed in Clinical). Lisa is an experienced musculoskeletal clinician. She has worked in the UK and Australia and in many different private practice clinics. She is particularly interested in treating tricky shoulders, knee pain and musculoskeletal injuries. She enjoys treating people from all walks of life – anyone from the weekend warrior to the athlete. Outside of work she has family, a rogue puppy and enjoys tramping. View details »

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Miss Ash Turner

Miss Ash Turner

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Ash graduated from Otago University with a Physiotherapy degree. She completed her placement in Christchurch and has continued in the city with Active Health, after venturing away from her Southland roots. Growing up on a family farm, Ash has a huge passion for the outdoors and physical activity, and she particularly enjoys sports such as netball, rugby and athletics. Having grown up playing a number of sports, Ash is able to draw on her own experiences to assist those returning to sport after injury, or those wanting to lead a fit and active lifestyle. Ash's background in both farming and sports helps her to understand the physical demands involved in labour intensive activities and she enjoys supporting these individuals throughout their rehabilitation to help them get back to their everyday lives. View details »

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Ms Bernice Lau

Ms Bernice Lau

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Bernice graduated from the University of Toronto (Canada) with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy. She began her career in Toronto, working across a broad range of settings including private practice and rehabilitation hospitals. She has treated a variety of patient populations, including those recovering from neurological injuries/conditions and various musculoskeletal and sports injuries. Her treatment approach focuses on using tailored exercise programming, along with a combination of manual therapy and modalities such as dry needling. Her aim is to provide a holistic model of care, and to empower patients in playing an active role in their recovery. Outside of work, Bernice enjoys spending time in the outdoors – hiking, rock climbing and snowboarding, travelling, and exploring the food scene wherever she goes. View details »

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