Paul is one of the directors of Queenstown Physiotherapy. Paul graduated from the University of Otago in 2010, and went on to work as a physio at Dunedin Hospital where he gained experience in paediatrics, neurorehabilitation, and musculoskeletal rehab. Paul has a passion for diagnosing and treating the biomechanical issues underlying injuries and strives to create a program that reduces the chance of re-injury. Paul uses dry needling, myofascial release, and kinesiotaping as a part of his treatments.
Paul has a history of high intensity sports, starting with competitive running. He now spends a lot of his time rock climbing, mountaineering, cycling, running and playing golf, as well as getting into the backcountry for epic missions. View details »
Alison studied at Auckland University of Technology graduating with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy in 2017 . She enjoys using manual therapy in conjunction with movement based therapy to assist recovery and prevention of future injuries. This can include clinical pilates in which Alison is qualified in APPI matwork.
Her interest in sports and movement began from a young age and she has been involved in many sports including skiing, sailing, windsurfing, rowing, running, netball and soccer. View details »