Martin graduated from the University of Wales College of Medicine with a Bachelor of Science
(Honours) degree in Physiotherapy in 1996. He completed a Master of Manipulative Therapy degree
at Curtin University in Western Australia in 2000. He was awarded Fellowship of the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2009. He completed his Doctor of Philosophy degree, researching factors influencing persistent back pain, at Curtin University, in 2016.
Martin is an Adjunct Research Fellow at Curtin University, where he researches the assessment and
management of factors (movement, lifestyle, psychological, general health etc.) that influence
everyday aches and pains. He presents his research and teaches clinicians internationally about the
assessment and management of pain. Martin has worked in high-profile private physiotherapy
practices in London, Perth and Sydney, and in senior public hospital roles in the UK and Australia. He
moved to Auckland in 2022.
Outside of work, when his three-year-old daughter lets him, Martin surfs and plays football. View details »
Mark graduated from the Auckland University of Technology with a Bachelor of
Health Science in Physiotherapy in 2004. Mark has completed a Masters in Clinical
Health Practice (In Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Hand Therapy) and is currently
in the process of becoming a registered hand therapist.
Mark has worked primarily in musculoskeletal private practice in Australia, the
United Kingdom and back home in New Zealand. His work experience includes 10
years in Warkworth running his own private clinic, ski field triage physio, rehab with
winter Olympic athletes in Wanaka, on-field first aid and sport physiotherapy. He has recently been focusing on hand and upper limb injuries, but enjoys treating a variety of musculoskeletal injuries. Mark attended school locally and
has returned to Takapuna to live with his young family.
Outside of work and family, Mark still regularly surfs and plays masters water polo. View details »
Nikki graduated from the Auckland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy in 2003. She has also completed a Masters in Clinical Health Practice (Physiotherapy) with Distinction, and a Post-graduate Certificate in Western Acupuncture.
Nikki has worked in private practice physiotherapy since 2003 and enjoys treating a wide range of conditions. She has a special interest in sports physiotherapy, and was the full-time physiotherapist for the Leicestershire County Cricket team in England for two years. Nikki has also had involvement with elite soccer and hockey teams, and enjoys the challenges of getting clients back to their chosen sport as quickly as possible. Nikki is very active in outdoor activities and enjoys running, waterskiing and being active with her 2 young daughters. View details »