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 »
I graduated from the University of Otago in 2011 before heading overseas to work in private practice in Australia and then the UK. Palmy born an bred, I have recently returned home and look forward to working back in the Manawatu.
I've done further study in Dry Needling, Pilates (mat and reformer), occupational workplace assessments and PINC cancer rehabilitation.
I have been been involved as a Physiotherapist with various sports including Rugby, Australian Rules Football at club level and more recently with Central Hockey U 18s and the Mavericks NHL Team.
To stay active I like to go for walks with the dog, do reformer Pilates classes and train at the gym. I also enjoy snow skiing and tennis. View details »