Rosie is an English physiotherapist with an Honours Degree from University of Birmingham. She has over two years experience working for the NHS in the UK where she completed rotations in orthopaedics, neurology, cardio-respiratory and musculoskeletal outpatients. She has over a year of experience working privately in New Zealand both in a clinic setting and pitch side for sport including rugby, handball and football.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy - University of Birmingham (UK) 2012 – 2015
Sports massage diploma – Proactive Training
Member of Physiotherapy New Zealand (MPNZ)
Specialty Areas Include: Manual Therapy, Exercise-based Therapy, Pre/Post-Operative Rehabilitation and Sports Massage and Taping.
If you are unable to find a suitable time with Rosie, please ring the clinic on 04 528 0749 as there may be another clinician available at your desired time. View details »
Originally graduating in 2012 from the UK, Marie has over 7 years experience working in both the public and private sectors in both the UK, Australia and New Zealand in a range of physiotherapy roles. She has experience across musculo-skeletal, trauma, orthopedic, acute medical, cardio-pulmonary, aged care, community and intermediate care rehabilitation. Marie also has spent time working with NZ sports teams in netball, football, rugby and badminton at club and regional level, and has worked within pre-hospital trauma on the NZ ski fields. Marie is an accredited Watson Headache provider as well as competent in pain management, breathing control, dry needling, sports taping and hydrotherapy. She can also provide in-depth sports and biomechanics analysis through orthotic assessment and/or detail conditioning programmes. If you are unable to find a suitable time with Marie, please call the clinic on 04 528 0749 as there may be another physiotherapist available at your desired time. View details »
Emma has over fourteen years experience working as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist in the United Kingdom, Bahrain and New Zealand. She has a strong interest in sports injuries and has worked with high-level rugby teams such as the Nigerian national rugby team (15s and 7s), Samurai 7s and Bahrain RFC as well as club teams in the UK at championship level. Emma has also worked with elite level netball team, the Surrey Storm in the UK. She has a strong interest in shoulder injuries and enjoys the challenging environment of acute and chronic sports injuries.
If you are unable to find a suitable time with Emma, please call the clinic on 04 499 9940 as there may be another physiotherapist available at your desired time. View details »