Cody completed his degree at AUT and was awarded the John Morris Award Memorial Prize with top clinical grades as the best student clinician and the Fran Elkin Prize for Physiotherapy for the best overall academic student during his time at university.
Cody has a particular interest in treating musculoskeletal, sports related injuries utilising his manual therapy skillset. Cody also has a strong emphasis on providing current evidence based exercises prescription and rehabilitation to all his patients to allow them to return to their optimal functional abilities.
Cody is an avid surfer, mountain biker, and water sports enthusiast, and enjoys maintaining a healthy lifestyle, values which he tries to translate into his treatment options» View details
Dani is an North Shore local having grown up there and attending AUT University. Dani has a love for working with people, particularly enjoying working with the youth population. Dani has four years of experience working with rugby teams of several levels, including an age group representative team.
From a background in sports, Dani has a particular interest in promoting injury prevention and always aim to incorporate this into her practice. » View details
Roisin works out of our Glenfield clinic after recently moving to New Zealand from Ireland, where she completed her Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) degree at University College Dublin, graduating with first class honours. Roisin has achieved a variety of exposure to numerous clinical settings, including musculoskeletal, neurology, respiratory and sports physiotherapy. Roisin also completed paediatric placements in Uganda during her studies.
Roisin has a keen interest in paediatric physiotherapy and working with youth in schools. She enjoys treating sports injuries and worked extensively with University hurling teams and rugby clubs in Dublin, before moving to new Zealand.
Roisin enjoys running and attending the gym, she also practices yoga and Pilates in her spare time.» View details
Cam is an AUT graduate from 2006 and currently works at PhysioAction’s Shorecare site, located in Smales Farm. He worked for almost five years at PhysioAction before heading to Italy where he worked at the International Health Centre in Milan. Following this experience, Cam moved back to Melbourne where he worked for four years in the city and down on the peninsula. Cam returned home after the birth of his son and in 2014 re-joined the PhysioAction team.
Cam has completed his Post Graduate Diploma in Rehabilitation which aligns well with his interests of lower limb and shoulder biomechanics, as well as ergonomics. Cam also has a strong interest in strength and conditioning.
Outside of work, Cam enjoys spending time with family, all forms of sport, and continuing his studies.» View details