Chandra graduated from the University of Pretoria, in South Africa, with a Bachelor in Physiotherapy in 2016. Since then she has gained a wide variety of experience within the public and private hospital setting. As part of post-graduate training she completed a level 1 dry needling course and course in group interventions for chronic pain. Chandra has a growing interest in sports-related injuries. It is her desire to help every client to reach their goals to the best of their ability. View details »
Gwen graduated from the West Middlesex University Hospital in London in 1985. She has worked in a variety of roles, including for disability charity in the UK, she worked in Sudan in the 90s, in GP surgeries and a busy hospital outpatient department in Portsmouth, England prior coming to New Zealand. Gwen has worked with several sports including netball, soccer, badminton and tennis, and also has an interest in Concussion and persistent pain treatment. View details »
Stephanie graduated from the University of North Georgia, in the U.S., with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2015. She is experienced in a wide range of musculoskeletal diagnoses, certified in dry needling and performs various other manual techniques, including cupping.
In 2016, she underwent specialized training to treat patients with pelvic floor dysfunction and this has since become her passion within the physiotherapy domain. She treats a wide range of women’s health issues such as incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and pelvic pain – acute and chronic. She also treats male pelvic floor issues, related to pelvic pain or post-prostatectomy incontinence. View details »