Steph joined the Remarkable Physios team in early 2020 and has been enjoying being back in her hometown of Queenstown after being away for sometime. In 2010, Steph graduated from Otago University with a Physical Education Degree, majoring in Sport and Exercise Science. A sucker for studying, she returned to Otago to further her knowledge and skills to complete a Physiotherapy degree.
Steph enjoys the diversity that Queenstown brings and loves getting people back to what they enjoy most. Steph has completed numerous courses, having a fond interest in Dry Needling.
When Steph isn't at the clinic you will find her in the hills, getting involved in any sport or new activity she comes across and forever trying desperately to keep her indoor plants alive.
In the Winter Season, Steph physios for the WHS rugby XV and thoroughly enjoys the challenges this brings. Having represented Otago in field hockey in U18 and U15's she understands the importance of teamwork and takes pride in the team's success. View details »
Mitch has had a passion for sports and exercise from a young age, driving him to complete a degree
in Physiotherapy at Otago Uni followed by a Post Graduate Diploma specialising in Sports and Exercise
Medicine. Throughout his years of sport, Mitch represented Southland and Otago in age group
cricket, rugby and athletics and is a member of the Otago Country Hawke cup team. Mitch has provided physiotherapy services with Auckland A and Aces, Hobart Hurricanes, and premier rugby teams aswell as being involved in New Zealand Age group development football camps. When not in the clinic, you’ll find Mitch looking for his golf ball at Kelvin Heights and playing cricket. View details »