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Mr Brett Morgan

Mr Brett Morgan

Physiotherapist

I've been a physio for almost two years now. Over that time my physio interests have changed slightly as I have enjoyed working with more chronic, complex cases that focus on education and helping to empower the client to take control of their own injury and their progress. For this reason also I really enjoy working with younger clients as you get the opportunity to impact how their perceive injury, pain and rehabilitation for the rest of their lives. Being a keen football player and gym-goer myself, I have always had an interest in working with sports players. Rehabbing sport injuries is enjoyable as you get to help the athlete get back to their sport as efficiently and safely as possible, and hopefully also reduce their risk of future injury. Aside from football I also enjoy getting outside with my Kayak and catching some fish! » View details

Kapiti College »

Margaret Road Raumati Beach ,

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Mr Thomas  Barnsley

Mr Thomas Barnsley

Physiotherapist

Hi my name is Thomas, but I go by the name Teej. I've been a physio for 2 years now and have been with KCP since the beginning of my working life journey. I believe that physiotherapy is designed to first and foremost, get people moving. Once we get people moving again, whether that be able to play their sport, able to interact in the community or even just be able to enjoy family life, we can give people the tools to be able to make good life decisions and be able to confidently live their lives to the fullest. My area of special interest is in sports, particularly rugby, but mostly involving team sports. In my spare time I like to exercise/play social sport and do play rugby competitively here in Paraparaumu, but I also play a little bit of music on the side as a hobby and like to get out and socialize with my mates. » View details

Kiwi CrossFit Gym »

10 Manchester Street, Paraparaumu

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Levin »

114 Bath Street, Levin

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Mr Brett Morgan

Mr Brett Morgan

Physiotherapist

I've been a physio for almost two years now. Over that time my physio interests have changed slightly as I have enjoyed working with more chronic, complex cases that focus on education and helping to empower the client to take control of their own injury and their progress. For this reason also I really enjoy working with younger clients as you get the opportunity to impact how their perceive injury, pain and rehabilitation for the rest of their lives. Being a keen football player and gym-goer myself, I have always had an interest in working with sports players. Rehabbing sport injuries is enjoyable as you get to help the athlete get back to their sport as efficiently and safely as possible, and hopefully also reduce their risk of future injury. Aside from football I also enjoy getting outside with my Kayak and catching some fish! » View details

Paraparaumu »

10 Brett Ambler Way Coastlands Aquatic Centre, Paraparaumu

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Mr Thomas  Barnsley

Mr Thomas Barnsley

Physiotherapist

Hi my name is Thomas, but I go by the name Teej. I've been a physio for 2 years now and have been with KCP since the beginning of my working life journey. I believe that physiotherapy is designed to first and foremost, get people moving. Once we get people moving again, whether that be able to play their sport, able to interact in the community or even just be able to enjoy family life, we can give people the tools to be able to make good life decisions and be able to confidently live their lives to the fullest. My area of special interest is in sports, particularly rugby, but mostly involving team sports. In my spare time I like to exercise/play social sport and do play rugby competitively here in Paraparaumu, but I also play a little bit of music on the side as a hobby and like to get out and socialize with my mates. » View details

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Mr Thomas  Barnsley

Mr Thomas Barnsley

Physiotherapist

Hi my name is Thomas, but I go by the name Teej. I've been a physio for 2 years now and have been with KCP since the beginning of my working life journey. I believe that physiotherapy is designed to first and foremost, get people moving. Once we get people moving again, whether that be able to play their sport, able to interact in the community or even just be able to enjoy family life, we can give people the tools to be able to make good life decisions and be able to confidently live their lives to the fullest. My area of special interest is in sports, particularly rugby, but mostly involving team sports. In my spare time I like to exercise/play social sport and do play rugby competitively here in Paraparaumu, but I also play a little bit of music on the side as a hobby and like to get out and socialize with my mates. » View details

Porirua »

7 Lyttelton Ave,

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Mr Brett Morgan

Mr Brett Morgan

Physiotherapist

I've been a physio for almost two years now. Over that time my physio interests have changed slightly as I have enjoyed working with more chronic, complex cases that focus on education and helping to empower the client to take control of their own injury and their progress. For this reason also I really enjoy working with younger clients as you get the opportunity to impact how their perceive injury, pain and rehabilitation for the rest of their lives. Being a keen football player and gym-goer myself, I have always had an interest in working with sports players. Rehabbing sport injuries is enjoyable as you get to help the athlete get back to their sport as efficiently and safely as possible, and hopefully also reduce their risk of future injury. Aside from football I also enjoy getting outside with my Kayak and catching some fish! » View details