I graduated from Otago School of Physiotherapy in 1991 and more recently awarded post-graduate diplomas in Manipulative Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine. I am also qualified in Breathing Rehabilitation and Performance and Acupuncture.
I enjoy working sports teams in particular Parasports as the Medical Coordinator and Team Physiotherapist for Paralympics NZ at the Beijing and London Paralympic Games. I also work with all athletes and I have a special interest in swimming. In the past I have been a provider for High Performance Sport NZ
I live in Levin (where I was born and raised) with my husband and 3 active teenage daughters. I am a director of our family pesto business - Genoese Foods (the best pesto there is by the way!). I am active within my community with Education and other social sector Governance for the last 10 years. View details »
I graduated from Otago University in 2016 and started working at Churchyard in early 2017.
While I have played Rugby and Cricket and enjoy Swimming and Surf Life Saving I find much professional satisfaction from players and management to have the whole team perform at their best. This includes OBM Premier Division A’s in 2016/17, the Manawatu Development Team and Manawatu Men’s 7s teams in 2017.
I was born and raised in Palmy, doing my secondary schooling at PNBHS and I stay active running, cycling and going to the gym. View details »
Hi I'm Katie. I graduated from the Auckland University of Technology in 2015 with a Bachelor in Health Science, Physiotherapy. I worked in Auckland and Wellington before joining the team at Churchyard in March 2017. I have a special interest in Sports Physiotherapy. Over the past year I have worked with the Manawatu Womens Rugby Team - The Cyclones, and the National Champion Manawatu Women’s 7s team. I am passionate about Women’s rugby and look forward to gaining more experience in this area and who knows what the future may hold! View details »