Clinical Nutritionist, Sports Nutritionist, Certified Health Coach, Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist… oh and the Managing Director and Chief Trouble Maker of PhysioRx
Carey started his Sport and Remedial Massage Therapy career two decades ago which gives him experience that is rare in the industry. Carey starting working in the industry as a result of finding his sporting aspirations being cut short due to recurring injuries and wanting to work to prevent it happening to others.
Carey’s philosophy is to never provide mere symptomatic relief. He takes his responsibility very seriously to strike at the root of an issue and not just hack at the leaves.
Carey now combines this experience with both Clinical and Sports Nutrition and Health Coaching skills to provide a unique and holistic approach to your performance.
“Pain to Performance” is Carey’s goal for YOU. View details »
Brought up in Hamilton, Jacky brings an additional skill of being fluent in Cambodian as well as being a qualified Physiotherapist from Otago University. Jacky is active within the Volleyball community in Hamilton which gives a unique understanding of the link between sporting injury and high level performance. Jacky combines a wide variety of assessment and treatment techniques and skills combined with exercise rehabilitation to achieve not only symptomatic relief, but also looks to embed injury prevention and re-occurrence. View details »
“Fix yourself!” This phrase summarizes the work that Christian teaches his clients on a regular basis as it’s the key for long term progress in daily life performance, regardless of what activities they engage in. Christian started out as a regular personal trainer in a commercial gym, but later on ventured out to a different path of being a rehab & performance coach to help clients explore movement solutions to sort out their daily aches, niggles and imbalances that produce pain or discomfort. Christian’s clinical interest is in using different modalities in combination with NeuroKinetic Therapy, to find the best point of entry to get people moving again and learning how to fix themselves. View details »