Elaine recently arrived to New Zealand from rainy Scotland. She holds a array of academic achievement including
- Bachelor of Science (Hons) Physiotherapy from Glasgow Caledonian University.
- Bachelor of Science (Hons) Sports and Exercise Science (Sports Injuries), Edinburgh Napier University.
- Higher National Diploma in Sports Therapy, Glasgow City College.
On top of her impressive academic accomplishments she has extensive experience in the healthcare industry including serving as a medic in the British Army.
Before coming to New Zealand she worked as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist in the NHS in Scotland.
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Shawn is a local. He spent most of his schooling years in the surrounding Pakuranga and Highland park area. At age 17 he knew he wanted to be a physio as he could see the positive impact this profession had on his community and his own family.
Shawn went to AUT where he studied the intricacy of his future career for four years.
Shawn also has a passion for sport. Particularly Karate which he is also very passionate about. Over the last few years he rose through the ranks to become a black belt at his local dojo, where he now teaches kids this ancient martial art.
In his spare time, Shawn enjoys reading, socializing and gardening.
Throughout his time studying and working, Shawn became more interested in geriatric care, back and neck pain treatment including joint manipulation and mobilization. Shawn always strives to provide the best treatment for his patients, so you know you are in good hands. View details »
Nick is a talented Traditional Chinese Acupuncture practitioner. He has a holistic approach which means he focuses on the very source of your health problem, rather than on the symptoms that follow.
Nick has a passion for holistic healing. For him this is much more than a career. He lives what he preaches.
Here is his personal statement:
“I have a keen interest in promoting blood flow to all parts of the body. As I see it “Where the blood flows, good health follows”. Acupuncture has been used for over two thousand years by the Ancient Chinese as a method of stimulating the capillaries of the body to transport life giving blood to where it is needed; muscles, organs, bones, nerves and other soft tissues. I also use heat (traditional oils & mineral heat lamps) and Chinese ‘Tuina’ (a special massage designed to stretch and loosen muscles) to further stimulate blood flow, which can reduce pain and assist the rehabilitation process. I like to encourage our clients to breathe and relax during these sessions, as this enhances the therapeutic effects of each acupuncture session.
Other interests include: reading about the mind/body/spirit connection; music (both making it and listening to it), Tai Chi and meditation.” View details »