After completing my Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy at AUT in 2012, I have been working as a musculoskeletal Physiotherapist developing my skills and learning from each patient I meet. I love connecting with people and working with them to not just reduce their pain but to improve their biomechanics and overall function. Teaching people to build body awareness through connecting with themselves and encouraging them to pursue a lifestyle that nourishes their body is one of my favourite aspects of being a Physio. I believe that the body has the ability to often heal itself when given the right tools and approached in holistic way. I have seen a variety of conditions in my experience as a Physio, working with adolescents in high schools to post orthopaedic rehabilitation in the elderly and everything in between. I have recently completed further study in Craniosacral therapy which I am hoping to continue in the near future. View details »
After graduating with a Bachelor of Health Science - Physiotherapy from Auckland University of Technology, I was very fortunate to have the opportunity to return to the Bay of Plenty and be part of the Bureta physio team.
I enjoy keeping active, being outdoors and spending time with family.
I have played a variety of sports, in particular football, throughout my school years and have had my own fair share of injuries. This developed my interest in anatomy and revealed the importance of physio within rehab and injury prevention.
I am excited to further develop my skills alongside such a supportive and experienced team.
I look forward to meeting and working alongside people and making a difference through enabling them to achieve their goals and reach their full potential.
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