Hola, Kia Ora and Hello. Originally from Argentina I arrived in New Zealand in 2002. After finishing all my schooling in Tauranga I travelled to the cold south to complete my Bachelor of Physiotherapy graduating in 2017. Throughout my studies I was able to work with local rugby teams. This experience developed my passion for sports physiotherapy and side line management. In 2018 I will be working with Mount Maunganui in the winter rugby season.
I was fortunate to get the new graduate position at Bureta Physiotherapy which allows me to live in the incredible Bay of Plenty and work with passionate and experienced health professionals.
Areas of interest are injury prevention through early assessment and training/strength programs to ensure optimum outcomes.
When I am not in the clinic or on the side of a rugby field you can find me singing at the occasional open mic night or with my latin band. I also enjoy hiking, mountain biking and/or any sport in the outdoors.
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After graduating from Otago University in 2016 I then returned home to the Bay of Plenty. I spent the first two years of my career at Bureta Physiotherapy then I took off and went travelling around the world. Luckily I got to return to my position at Bureta Physio. I feel very priviledged to continue working in the Bay at such a supportive and variable clinic. I love being outside, so naturally I enjoy treating sports and recreational injuries. I believe no one should be held back from doing what they love. I have a passion for injury prevention, running assessments and seeing people reach their goals.
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