With an extensive background in different sports, Avantha graduated in Physiotherapy from the University of Otago in 2012. Keen to work within the sporting industry he opened Physio Hub and has been working alongside athletes and their coaches with treatment, rehabilitation and injury prevention rogrammes.
He is a New Zealand representative weightlifter and has also competed at national level in athletics. Heavily involved in cricket and soccer at club level, he provides ongoing physiotherapy to a number of local clubs and teams.
Aside from his natural interest in sports, Avantha has also developed a large client base with patients seeking treatment for all kinds of everyday life injuries.
“Regardless of the problem, everyone has the same goals : effective treatment, and regaining mobility to either take their place back on the team or function in
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Alex completed her Physiotherapy degree at the University College, Dublin. As a dancer who has competed internationally for many years, she understands the impact an injury can have on an athlete. Through experience in private practice and working with university sports teams her love for sport specific rehabilitation has grown. Alex has also volunteered at events such as the European College of Sports Science conference and has a passion for learning and staying up to date with research to achieve the best outcome for clients.
"I understand the impact an injury can have on a person both physically and mentally, and my goal is to get you back on your feet as soon as possible"
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Scott graduated from AUT University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy and has recently expanded his qualification with a Graduate Certificate in Acupuncture.
With a keen interest in human biomechanics Scott’s focus is on the treatment and prevention of further injuries. He has worked with a variety of sports teams at both school and elite club level and also has a strong base in treating injuries that aren’t sport related.
“The most important aspect of my approach to treatment is to have my patients return to their daily activities or working life as soon as possible”.
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