Kieran joined us at Edge Physio in early 2018 after graduating from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Kieran reckons he brings some youth to the Edge team. We aren't sure what that means about the rest of us! He has a strong interest in back pain, overuse injuries along with sport and work related conditions.
Despite growing up overseas for a period of time Kieran did a large chunk of his school years in Blenheim so considers himself a local. He is happy to be back in a warmer climate after spending several years in Dunedin as a scarfie.
Like all of our team at Edge Physio Kieran is passionate about movement and sport and is enjoying being back amongst the Marlborough sporting community. View details »
Alex graduated from the University of Otago in 2019. He hails from the winterless North and after 5 chilly years in Dunedin he wanted to relocate to a warmer, sunnier environment. What better place to choose than Blenheim as the next step on his Physiotherapy journey. Being new to the area Alex is all ears for learning about the hidden gems the Marlborough region has to offer.
A self-professed sports nut Alex will have a crack at just about anything. Rugby is his current sport of choice and he has signed to play for the Renwick Rugby Club. Being a sportsman he knows from experience how easily an injury can stop you enjoying the outdoors, social occasions and day to day life. Alex is passionate about getting people back on track and back doing the things they love. View details »
Richie graduated from the University of Otago in 2004. His career has taken him from Dunedin to Christchurch to London to Auckland and in 2014 he returned home to Blenheim with his wife Emma. In 2015 Richie purchased The Physiotherapy Centre and it is now known as Edge Physio.
Richie has extensive experience within the field of Sports Physiotherapy. He has spent time touring nationally and internationally as the Head Physiotherapist for the Blackcaps, the NZ A Cricket team, the Canterbury Wizards, the Essex County Cricket team, the Samoan Rugby team, the Auckland Blues and the Tasman Red Devils. He is currently the Physiotherapist for the NZ U20 Rugby team and the Tasman Makos playing in the NPC. Richie also holds the local contract as the approved provider for High Performance Sport New Zealand working with elite athletes in many sports.
It goes without saying Richie has an interest in Sports Physiotherapy however you don’t have to be an athlete for him to help you. Using all of the skills he has acquired over the years he has a high level of knowledge and will put all of his experience gained into getting you back on track. When Richie isn’t at the clinic you might spot him on his mountain bike up on the Wither Hills, running down our fantastic riverbank track, chasing a little ball around a golf course or spending time keeping active with his wife and two children. View details »