I have recently moved to Tauranga in search of better weather and the amazing lifestyle everyone keeps telling me about up here. Prior to my physiotherapy degree I completed a Bachelor of Science majoring in anatomy and structural biology and am now part way through my Masters in sports physiotherapy.
I have moved up from Wellington where I was fortunate enough to be part of the physio team at the Wellington Phoenix for the past 4 years and have also worked with Wellington Saints basketball and the Wellington Blaze cricket team.
I have a keen interest in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy, gym-based injury prevention and rehabilitation, and sport-specific training to improve sport performance.
Outside of work I am spending time with my wife and our 1-year old daughter who seems to show us a new trick every day at the moment. We are very much looking forward to getting out and enjoying all the Bay has to offer! 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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Kia Ora, I have recently moved to the Bay of Plenty and after originally calling Nelson home, I am excited to explore the sunny north! After graduating from Otago in 2017 I was based in Wellington working in private practise. On top of this I contracted to the Wellington Rugby Union leading the physiotherapy aspect of the male and female High Performance Academies. I travelled with the Wellington Pride Farah Palmer Cup side for the past two seasons, and at the beginning of the year was blessed to travel with the Tonga Mens 7s team to South America for the Worlds 7s Challenger series. Outside of work I love to do my own training, recently completing a Half IronMan which was an awesome challenge, and I am excited to do hiking and surfing around the Bay of Plenty region. I am really glad to be joining the team here at Bureta. View details »