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14 Gateway Lane, Thorndon, Wellington 6011

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Mr Jack Sutton

Mr Jack Sutton

Physiotherapist

BHSc Physiotherapy, Dry Needling Cert Graduated from the University of Otago in 2022 with a bachelor of Physiotherapy. I have had the pleasure to work with the Oriental-Rongotai Men’s Premier rugby team over the past two years. I enjoy treating a range of different injuries, all the way from sporting injuries to weekend warriors. My interest stemmed from having my own injuries playing various sports, such as rugby, rowing, indoor netball, running, and flag football. I manage clients using a range of treatment techniques such as soft tissue massage, cupping, load management advice, and exercise prescription. Book in with me today to get you above and beyond your active, sporting self. View details »

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Miss Lucy Preston

Miss Lucy Preston

Physiotherapist

BHSc Physiotherapy, Dry Needling Cert I graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2021. Since starting work I have had experience working with women’s rugby and football teams, but also enjoy working with the general population too. I use a combination of exercise prescription, manual therapy (including dry needling) and education to guide people through their recovery. Alongside physiotherapy I am also working towards a classical reformer pilates instructing certification. View details »

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Mr Finn Diamond

Mr Finn Diamond

Physiotherapist

Graduated from Auckland University of Technology in 2022 with a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy). I had the pleasure of working with St Pats basketball boys last year and assisted with the management of central league footballers from Karori AFC, but I also spent a lot of my time with general population injuries too. This has given me a good exposure to both high level sporting injuries and any normal day to day injuries. I have my certificate in dry needling and enjoy doing other manual therapy techniques such as cupping and soft tissue massage for short-term relief of pain. However, for long term benefits I know that education of the injury, load management and activity modification and devising an individualized exercises programme is most important for getting you back into the things you love. Outside of work I enjoy playing football, surfing and going for a walk and getting coffee. View details »

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