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Recovery Room Physio + Performance

Level One 43 Crawford Street, Dunedin

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Mr Mark Alexander

Mr Mark Alexander

Physiotherapist

Originally from Invercargill, Mark moved to Dunedin to study, graduating with a Bachelor of Physical Education and a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Otago. Mark is a keen sportsman and through his own personal injuries became involved in physio with a special interest in acute injury assessment and sports rehabilitation. Mark enjoys working with anyone who is motivated to get back to doing what they enjoy, whether that is sport or walking on the beach with their family. Mark has been involved as a sports medic in rugby for a number of years in both Dunedin and Wellington. He is currently working with the University of Otago Rugby Club and enjoys the team environment. In his spare time, Mark enjoys spending time at the gym, surfing and with family. View details »

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Miss Emilee Oldham

Miss Emilee Oldham

Physiotherapist

Emilee was born and raised in East Otago and moved to Dunedin to study a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Otago, graduating in 2018. She has since been working in private practice in the Hawkes Bay and Dunedin where she has gained a broad range of experience in musculoskeletal physio, with a special interest in sports injuries. This led her to complete post-graduate studies in strength and conditioning to enhance results of end stage rehab and overall athletic performance. Emilee enjoys working as part of a team and has spent many years sports-medicing on the side line of a rugby field and running around a netball court on a Saturday. In her spare time, she enjoys getting outside and spending time with her puppy. View details »

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Mr Paden Kennedy

Mr Paden Kennedy

Physiotherapist

Physiotherapy is my passion, I want to help people achieve their goals, whether that is reducing pain or returning to sport. While studying Physiotherapy at the University of Otago I worked as a support worker, this experience instilled a greater respect for the Otago community and help me focus on patient outcomes. Physiotherapy is an expanding profession, I love to learn, adapt, and provide the best treatment I can for each individual. Due to my own previous injuries, I enjoy making and progressing rehabilitation for knees and shoulders, but I am interested in any presentation. I am a big fan of wide range of sport from Tennis to Basketball and strive to get people returning to active movement in life or in sport. View details »

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