I’m Patrick, I’m from Tokoroa and moved up to Hamilton after graduating from Otago University, Dunedin, in 2020. Through sport I have gained experience and interest in the musculoskeletal side of physio particularly in sports-related injuries. I enjoy providing education, manual therapy and coming up with a programme to suit different needs View details »
Ko rererangi toku waka
Ko Te Piha toku puke
Ko Te Waonui-a-Tiriti toku ngahere
Ko Te Tai-o-Rehua toku moana
Ko Te Kawerau-a-Maki toku iwi
Ko Te Henga toku marae
Ko Aimee toku ingoa
I graduated from AUT in 2018, where I went on to gain three years experience at Waikato DHB as a rotational physiotherapist.
I worked in several different fields including intensive care, surgical wards, medical wards, orthopedics, older persons rehabilitation, burns, outpatients (mix of MSK and WH) and community.
Over the past two years, I have developed an immense passion for pelvic health while honing my skills. I have gained training to qualify me as a men's and women's pelvic health physiotherapist and been credentialed by Dr Melissa Davidson (specialist).
I am very excited to be putting these skills into practice, while further developing my knowledge and contribution to the development of a new service here in clinic.
I am very humbled and thrilled to be bringing this
'taboo' area into the community to spread awareness and provide education on several treatable pelvic health conditions. including urinary and faecal incontinence, pre and post prostatectomy procedures, obstetric patients, prolapse, pelvic floor dysfunction, vulvodynia/ vaginismus, tears sustained during childbirth, painful sex, chronic pelvic pain, DRAM and postnatal clients.
If any of the above apply to you, or you have something you would like to discuss, book to come and see me in clinic! I look forward to meeting you all soon.
Kia pai to ra!
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Kia ora, my name is Teina.
I was born in Rotorua yet raised in Hamilton where I currently live.
Growing up loving and having the opportunity to play a variety of sports, including football, golf and softball. My greatest passion lies with indoor volleyball. I have been fortunate to play at representative level in both football and volleyball where I have had to faced several injuries which required extended rehab.
It was through this experience and with the assistance from my physiotherapist, where I became interested in the benefits of physiotherapy and the intricacies of how one’s body operates. Ultimately, my newly heightened interest has led me to pursue a career in physiotherapy.
Armored with a positive attitude, I forged a pathway towards physiotherapy by graduating in 2022. I have been fortunate enough to begin my physio journey here at Lifestyle. I aim to give back to the people by helping you on your rehab journey, as physiotherapists have done for me in the past.
He iti he paunamu
tena koutou tena koutou kia ora tatau katoa View details »