Cathy graduated from the University of Ottawa (Canada) in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. Not long after graduation Cathy followed her love for the mountains and moved to Vancouver, Canada where she pursued her career in an outpatient orthopaedic practice gaining her experience working with sports injuries – running, skiing, biking and rock climbing; work related injuries especially repetitive strain and postural dysfunction; as well as with motor vehicle accidents. View details »
Laura graduated from the University of Otago in 2009. She has since worked in a variety of private practices and through this has developed a keen interest for treating sports injuries and working with footballers. Recently she has been working alongside Football South coaches with their Football Talent Centre (FTC) players, as well as being physiotherapist to the Football South National Women’s team. She has also been team physiotherapist to local rugby and hockey teams over the years.
Laura takes a holistic approach to treatment and likes to combine movement and biomechanics analysis with, manual therapy, dry needling and strength and conditioning to help people reach their potential. View details »
Bec graduated from Sydney University in 2006. She followed her passion for soccer and spent the early years of her career involved with the NSL in Australia until she got inspired to get off the side line and onto the field herself!
Going forward, Bec worked in musculoskeletal clinics in Sydney and enjoyed working with weekend warriors like herself, getting the most satisfaction from helping people optimise their sporting performance – with a strong focus on full, good quality rehabilitation and injury prevention.
Bec also has an interest in Women’s Health and can guide women through the pre pregnancy and post natal period – navigating the challenges of changes to the body, changes to routine and and changes in their sport.
Bec moved to Queenstown with her Husband to see the changing seasons in the mountains and loves hiking, skiing, swimming, and talking sports!
Work and motor vehicle injuries and rehabilitation
Women’s health – pre/post natal and pregnancy related issues; pelvic floor training
Osteoarthritis View details »