Lisa graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (with Distinction) in 2001. She has worked in Australia and the United Kingdom and returned to New Zealand to complete her post graduate studies, graduating with a Post Graduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2010.
Lisa has worked in private practice in New Zealand since returning from overseas and is confident in treating all musculoskeletal injuries - from sports injuries to injuries that occur in everyday activities. She loves sports and the outdoors and has experience treating both professional athletes and those getting into exercise for the first time.
Lisa has a special interest in treating mums in the pre and post natal period. She is trained in the APPI (Australian Pilates for Physiotherapist) method and has completed further training in pre and postnatal Pilates.
Lisa enjoys running, ocean swimming, netball, touch rugby, stand up paddle-boarding and running around with her 2 young children. 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 »
Hannah graduated in 2009 from Auckland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy. Since then she has also completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Musuloskeletal Physiotherapy, a Post Graduate Certificate in Western Acupuncture, and a dry needling qualification.
Hannah has a particular interest in musculoskeletal and sports injuries. Hannah has worked with a number of elite athletes both in a clinical setting and touring internationally and is the current physio for the Young Football Ferns who last year competed at the Under 17 World Cup in Jordan. Hannah has also worked within the Football Ferns Development Program, Auckland Rugby representative teams and Auckland City men’s football team.
Hannah has played both football and hockey competitively and enjoys running and spending time with her young family. View details »