Madeleine is a Senior Physio at Habit. She has 15 years of experience as a Physiotherapist in NZ, the UK and Australia. Madeleine did her training at Otago University and has since trained in Dry Needling/Acupuncture, Clinical Pilates and Yoga Therapy as well as completing a post graduate paper on Breathing Performance. Madeleine spends some of her clinical time supervising new graduate physios.
Madeleine also has a Bachelor of Music majoring in Jazz Performance from Auckland University.
Madeleine works part time and has 2 busy young children at home. Her and her husband are intrepid travellers, keen house renovators, and enjoy boating, fishing and skiing/snowboarding.
She has a background in yoga, pilates, ballet and snow sports. Before having kids Madeleine was a volunteer coach for Special Olympics New Zealand in skiing and snowboarding. View details »
Seth graduated from AUT University with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy. Prior to this he completed a Certificate in Fitness at Ara - Institute of Canterbury, allowing him to gain three years of experience working as a fitness instructor whilst completing his studies.
He has previously been involved with the East Coast Bays RFC premier reserve squad providing sideline medical care and is currently the physiotherapist for the Northcote RFC premier reserve squad. He also has experience in the intensive care unit at Auckland City Hospital. Seth has particular interests in exercise-based rehabilitation, sporting-related injuries, patient education, and manual therapy.
He is passionate about using evidence-based practice to provide the best possible care, which is both outcome-focused and patient-centered. Originally from Christchurch, Seth enjoys training at the gym, playing football, Muay Thai kickboxing, and skiing in the winter.
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Alysha graduated from AUT in 2017 and moved from the Waikato to start her physiotherapy career in the lovely North Shore with our highly experienced team. Alysha has a passion and interest in sports injury prevention, manual therapy and exercised-based rehabilitation. She likes to take a holistic approach with the patient's goals in mind. She combines education, manual therapy and active based rehab to help patients regain optimal function and be confident post injury. She has developed skills with chronic pain programmes, return to work contracts, and home visits to help the elderly regain independence.
Alysha likes to stay active by going to the gym, joining in the workout classes and the many nice walks around Auckland. Alysha has also worked with takapuna grammar school as their physio and with the athletic talented teenagers from TGS 1st 15 and the Takapuna U21 teams. View details »