Stephanie graduated from AUT university at the beginning of 2017 with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy.
Stephanie has a passion for sports, being a high-performance athlete herself. She is a current member of the NZ Women’s Black Sticks squad, so has a particular interest in sports injuries through personal experience of injuries, training, gym and rehabilitation.
Stephanie has had previous experience working with the North Harbour clubs and age-group hockey teams. Her last clinical placement was in the field of women’s health so she has also gained knowledge in pregnancy related injuries. View details »
Simon graduated from AUT Univeristy with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy in 2017.
Simon decided to get into physio after spending a lot of time with multiple physio's for multiple injuries which he received playing multiple sports.
Throughout his studies, Simon has developed a passion for injury prevention and return to sports rehabilitation.
Outside of work Simon enjoys staying active with cricket, football, basketball and getting away snowboarding over winter. View details »
MHPrac (Hons) (Acupuncture), PGDip (Musculoskeletal), BHSc (Physio), BPhEd, MPNZ
Hamish is a Senior Physiotherapist with a background within professional sport. He has previously held the Head Physiotherapist role for the NZ Warriors, NZ Kiwis and North Harbour rugby.
Hamish has post-graduate qualifications in both acupuncture and manipulations, and can offer these services alongside your physiotherapy treatment.Prior to his degree in Physiotherapy, Hamish undertook a Physical Education degree, and worked for a number of years in the UK and New Zealand as a Personal Trainer. He has a strong personal interest in sports rehabilitation, returning you to your sport or activity within optimal timeframes.
Running is something Hamish enjoys. Having completed a number of half marathons, the next challenge will be a full marathon. He also has his hands full with his 2 young boys keeping him on his toes. View details »