BHSc (Physio), Dip HSc
Rachel graduated from AUT University in 2016 with a Bachelor in Health Science in Physiotherapy. Prior to this she completed a Diploma in Health Science.
Rachel traded the Wairarapa country side on her parents farm to pursue a career in physiotherapy. In particular she has a passion in motivating and supporting people to adopt and embrace exercise into their daily lives, whether it be for rehabilitative purposes or challenging their current routine.
Rachel enjoys the outdoors so when the hustle and bustle gets too much she enjoys running her dog along the Auckland beaches. View details »
BSc (Hons.) Physiotherapy.
I trained in Manchester, UK, graduating from Metropolitan University of Manchester in 2017 with a first class honours degree in physiotherapy. For the last two years I have worked in the NHS at North Manchester General Hospital where I completed rotations working on neurological rehabilitation, surgery, orthopaedics and musculoskeletal outpatients. Alongside my time in the NHS I worked one season with a semi-professional football team, Ashton United.
I was drawn to New Zealand for my love of the outdoors and love of exercise. I hope to reflect this passion onto my patients and through their rehab I try to encourage my patients to engage in regular exercise in any form or capacity
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Tomu is originally from Japan and completed his undergraduate study through Otago University in 2009. He has a special interest in manual therapy and exercise based rehabilitation. His biggest passion is sports physiotherapy especially rugby which he has been playing for over 20 years including a stint of a professional career in Japan. Tomu plays touch rugby and plays for North Harbour age grade, he also made his debut in 2017 with the NZ Masters Touch Team.
Tomu is currently undertaking his Post Graduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, so keeping himself busy and constantly learning so he can provide the best care for his clients.
Tomu is also qualified and registered in dry needling. Please note: Dry needling is different to acupuncture, so please have a chat to him if you would like to get more info or to try dry needling. View details »