Alex graduated from AUT in 2014 with a Bachelor of Health Sciences majoring in Physiotherapy. Alex uses current “evidence-based practice” to best work through whatever injury or challenge you are facing. He is a strong believer in education and self-management, providing the correct tools for his clients to improve their physical self in and out of the clinic. Alex focuses on muscle balance and movement analysis to improve dysfunctions that lead to injury and aims to discharge clients at a higher physical level than pre-injury. Brownie points if you bring him a joke he has not yet heard!» View details
Hannah completed her Bachelors in Podiatry at AUT in 2012. She continued her education with a postgraduate certificate in Rehabilitation, focusing on pain management, gait analysis and biomechanics. She has a passion for learning, and as podiatry is an ever changing fields she continues to be involved in professional development to keep up to date with current research and treatment options. Hannah enjoys working alongside people to achieve their unique goals. » View details
Livvy graduated from AUT in 2015 with a Bachelor in Health Science majoring in Physiotherapy. Livvy has experience working with a range of high performance athletes and weekend warriors from Track and Field, Cross Fit, Marathon and Surf Lifesaving.
Livvy has a particular interest in holistic health and wellbeing, completing a variety of courses including Integrated Dry Needling level 1 and 2, Neurokinetic Therapy level 1 and Visceral Manipulation level 1, whereby she takes into consideration not only physical presentations of injury but seeks other sources of dysfunction within the body that may be contributing to pain. Education plays a strong role in Livvy’s treatment plans so be prepared to learn the in’s and out’s of your injury and effective self-management tools specific to your presentation. Livvy loves to have a laugh with her patients to create a positive and uplifting experience and will guide you every step of the way back to full health and function. » View details
Luke is an extremely well qualified massage therapist. He holds a Bachelor of Health Studies in Massage and Neuromuscular Therapy, and two Diploma's in Health Sciences; Sports Therapy and Therapeutic Massage. Luke was awarded the academic excellence prize in his final year of his bachelor's degree for finishing top of his class. He endeavours to combine and consider all aspects of a person’s life to create a treatment plan to help them achieve their goals. He has a particular interest in clients with biomechanical and postural imbalances picked up from their daily lives, and especially enjoys equipping these clients with the required tools to improve their quality of life. He also believes that massage is essential tool for performance and recovery.» View details
Ryan first graduated from the University of Auckland with a Bachelor of Science Majoring in Sport and Exercise Science in 2012. He then went on to study Physiotherapy at AUT and graduated in 2016. Being a runner at heart Ryan enjoys assessing how people move and how their biomechanics can influence their injury or pain. Ryan is a strong believer in where ever possible keeping people active, he will try to avoid prescribing rest as a treatment option, Ryan likes to build his session around a strong foundation of patient education to ensure you fully understand the cause of your injury, he also understands the importance of backing this up with excellent manual therapy.» View details
Sarah graduated from AUT in 2007 with a Bachelor of Health Sciences majoring in Physiotherapy, and is currently completing her Masters of Health Practice, and Post Graduate Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine. Sarah has a strong focus on manual therapy and education and believes in equipping you with the right tools to enable you to reach your specific goals to achieve a full return to function in every facet of your life, whether that is running around with the kids, getting on with your career or representing New Zealand in your chosen sport.» View details