Freya graduated from University College Dublin in 2017. After working with rugby and Gaelic football clubs in Ireland, she moved to New Zealand in 2018 and has been loving every minute of her time here.
Freya draws on a variety of modalities in her physiotherapy practice which are tailored to the needs of the individual. These include hands-on treatment, dry needling, exercise prescription and an emphasis on education as a way to empower patients on their rehabilitation journey. She believes in a holistic approach to health and is passionate about helping people get back to doing what they love. After spending three winters in Queenstown, you will now find Freya enjoying our beautiful beaches and exploring the Kaimai's.
Freya works full time at our Dee street clinic. View details »
Chris graduated from AUT in 2003 and has been working in the musculoskeletal physiotherapy field since. He has spent time working in New Zealand, Ireland and in the UK. Chris has completed further training in Acupuncture & Pilates and has found great benefit to his patients' when incorporating these treatment methods. He also has further clinical interest in Running Biomechanical Assessments and Shoulder rehabilitation. Chris believes in a hands-on treatment approach but also feels that education is key to injury management.
Chris has played rugby most of his life, including semi-professionally in Ireland and England. Now that his playing days are behind him you will see Chris out running around the Mount and surfing any chance he gets. Chris also has interests in Triathlon, skiing/snowboarding, and fishing. View details »
Eboni graduated from Auckland University of Technology and has 20 years experience as a Muskuloskeletal Physiotherapist, honing her skills in a range of private practice clinics in both NZ and the UK. Some of which include time working in the Pilates rehabilitation setting.
Eboni completed a post graduate cert in Hand and Upper Limb Therapy and has spent time working in this specialty field also.
More recently whilst juggling life as a busy mother of four, Eboni is pursuing her passion towards the holistic and integrative nature of visceral and neural manipulation through the Barral Institute. Eboni has also trained in such therapies as Craniosacral Therapy at the Upledger Institute and Breathing retraining with the Bradcliff breathing method.
Eboni combines her skills in communication, exercise prescription, specialised manual therapy and therapeutic touch passionately and confidently.
Eboni works part time at our Dee street clinic. View details »