I am originally from Korea and moved to NZ in 2020 and have been practicing Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture.
I studied in Chinese traditional medicine in Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and finished bachelor and postgraduate studies in 2017.
When I was in Korea and China, people's general opinion about acupuncture was based on their culture and it was very positive, the practice was well accepted. I only hope our New Zealand people will take the similar way and enjoy the full benefits of acupuncture.
My treatments involves acupuncture, massage, cupping and moxibustion. Clients are advised to take the full story of treatments before starting them. I am aware of importance of understanding each other and more than happy to listen to what our clients say. View details »
I have been a Physiotherapist for many years and have a wide scope of practice. I am use to treating sore back, knee and shoulders from injury or wear and tear.
Out of work hours I like to walk, doing some easy overnight hikes, explore , garden and renovate our wee cottage.
I have been visiting Cromwell on a regular basis for the last 4 years and always fully enjoy my time here View details »
Originally from Taiwan but have been in New Zealand for 18 years. I graduated from University of Otago in 2009 and worked for the DHB as well as private practice. I have experience in all fields of physiotherapy but have a keen interest in sports injury especially winter sports. I fell in love with snowboarding and have chased winter for the last six years and now settled in Wanaka. I have always wanted to be involved in healthcare. The hands-on aspect and the opportunity to interact with people and help them spark the interest in physiotherapy for me. During my treatment sessions I focus on patients’ goals and by combining different techniques including dry-needling, massage, sports taping and exercise therapy to obtain the best outcomes possible for them. I am looking forward to the warm summer sun and the amazing fruits from Cromwell. View details »