Martin is a physiotherapist with a wide-ranging experience in musculoskeletal and orthopaedic physiotherapy, in teaching, and in professional supervision. He has specific skills in assessment and management of lower limb biomechanics, and manual therapy. Martin places the patient at the centre of all clinical decisions, and develops rehabilitation goals in collaboration with the patient and other relevant members of the healthcare team. View details »
Megan is a recent Australian trained Physiotherapist, and is new to the Wairarapa since September
this year, after having holidayed and thoroughly enjoying her time in the area a number of times.
Megan prides herself in thoroughly assessing and treating not just your symptoms, but the
contributing causes to your injury to improve recovery and minimise the risk of recurrence of your
injury. Megan is dedicated to helping people find solutions that meet their needs by taking an
individualised approach to every treatment plan.
In her time as a student and practitioner, Megan has gained experience in a number of settings,
including providing physiotherapy input for National level Hockey teams, state level Australian
Football and the public Hospital sector. Megan is dedicated to her development as a physiotherapist,
and welcomes the opportunity to work in such a picturesque setting with clients who are ready to
achieve their best level of function they possibly can. View details »
Baylee has treated a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and enjoys all aspects of physiotherapy especially working with clients experiencing chronic pain.
Baylee has most recently completed a Post Grad- Certificate in Vocational Rehabilitation. Studying through AUT the papers focused on pain - acute and chronic management, vocational (workplace) rehabilitation & management and Health Ergonomics. Baylee has also trained in the McKenzie technique and completed training in levels A-C covering lumbar spine, cervical and thoracic and advanced lumbar spine and extremities lower limb. View details »