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Roslyn Physiotherapy Clinic

287 Highgate, Roslyn, Dunedin 9010

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Miss Anna Fenton

Miss Anna Fenton

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I am originally from Jersey, Channel Islands. I studied BSc Physiotherapy in Liverpool and worked in the UK National Health service for 3 years where I gained wide range of clinical experience working in a variety of clinical areas including acute medical, trauma, post-surgical, neurological and musculoskeletal rehabilitation. I gained a special interest in sports rehabilitation working for the local rugby club in Liverpool as the physio for the 1st XV Men and Women’s team. In May 2019 I moved to New Zealand for the incredible outdoor and adventure lifestyle. I recently moved to Dunedin to start my Master’s. I live for any outdoor adventure including skiing, climbing, trail running, mountain biking, paragliding, diving and surfing! View details »

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Mr Mark Han

Mr Mark Han

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Mark graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Otago in 2023 and joined Roslyn Physio in 2024. He is originally from South Korea, where he completed his Bachelor's degree in Physical Education and worked as a physical education teacher and a sports coach before completing his Master's degree in Physiotherapy. Mark is fluent in Korean. Mark enjoys maintaining a healthy lifestyle through diet and exercise, especially enjoying running and weight training. Mark is dedicated to working with sports injuries and incorporating his previous studies and work experience into his practice. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his family and trying out cafes in Dunedin. 2016 Bachelor of Physical Education (Republic of Korea) 2018 Master of Global Physiotherapy (Republic of Korea) 2023 Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Otago) View details »

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Miss Amelia Wardell

Miss Amelia Wardell

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Amelia graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Otago in 2018 and began working at Roslyn Physio in 2019. Amelia is passionate about helping people regain movement and return optimal function. With a keen interest in sport, she is able to integrate principles from many areas to create the best treatment programme for each individual. Amelia enjoys participating in many sports, both socially and competitively and keeps herself fit through a healthy lifestyle. Amelia would love to see herself continue to work with sporting injuries, as well as increasing children’s physical activity levels through group activity, as she sees this as an area of growing concern. 2018 Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Otago) View details »

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