After graduating from AUTs school of physiotherapy in 2018, Rowyn launched his career as a physiotherapist with Proactive in May of 2019. Rowyn has had experience as a student working in Tauranga hospital and various private clinics. He has worked with athletes and people of various ages and holds a keen interest in musculoskeletal injury rehab. As a local to Papamoa, Rowyn enjoys the easy-going lifestyle of Tauranga and has always loved playing all kinds of sports.
Rowyn now works out of our Papamoa and Tauranga clinics as well as servicing at the Harbourside Netball Courts and ACG School.
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Oliver joined proactive in March 2019 having emigrated over from the UK. He initially trained at Brunel University London working at the major London teaching hospitals before moving down to the south coast. Here Oliver worked within busy hospital and private settings progressing to a senior Physiotherapy role within the NHS. He has worked at both the London and Brighton marathons treating elite and amateur athletes as well as working at local running clubs. He now works as Physiotherapist for Bay of Plenty Cricket working with the Senior Men’s and Development sides and provides Physio services to Russ Williams Cricket Academy. Oliver has a specialist interest in lower limb injuries and persistent pain conditions. Ollie has provided Physiotherapy services to Harbourside netball over the past couple of years working with both Prems and College players. He is currently working towards his Masters degree in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and keeps busy playing football, running and hiking. View details »
Tash graduated from Auckland University of Technology with a BHSc in Physiotherapy in 2019. Tash started her career working in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in a private practice in Auckland working with gymnasts, runners, cross-fitters and F45 enthusiasts. Tash comes from a background of elite level Gymnastics and Springboard Diving so has a thorough understanding of the requirements of high-level sports. Tash has developed very quickly into an excellent clinician and has a passion for musculoskeletal injuries and enjoys interacting with clients and helping them to achieve their treatment goals. During her studies Tash gained experience in a variety of clinical areas including musculoskeletal and sports injuries, Women’s Health, and Neurological physiotherapy working with children in a Special Needs School setting. Tash has recently moved to Papamoa to enjoy a change in lifestyle for her family, including her three beautiful children, Jaxon, Mercedes and Phoenix. Tash enjoys being active in the gym, out participating in running events, or cheering her children on in their individual sporting endeavours. View details »