Nick graduated from Otago University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. He has extensive experience with sports teams having been a sideline physiotherapist for several soccer, rugby, netball, basketball and futsal teams. He has also helped out at the master’s games and previously worked with the sports injury clinic for two years. Nick is originally from the Hawkes bay and so enjoys the sunshine and being warm. Nick has special interests in balance, dizziness, neurodynamics, concussion and pain management. View details »
Claire’s first love for injury and rehabilitation started when she was studying for her BSC Hons in Sport and Exercise Development. She then moved into sports massage and in 2006 completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours
Claire spent the next three years working for the NHS, Army, and RAF in the UK. This was in various musculoskeletal roles before moving to NZ in 2009. In 2015, she completed her Postgraduate Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy at Otago University and has trained in areas of manual therapy, pilates, dry needling, and taping View details »
David graduated University of Otago in 2012 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and moved to Wellington to take up a role with TBI Health. Over the past eight years he has gained a lot of experience in managing back and neck problems, helping those with chronic pain issues and rehabilitating orthopaedic and post-surgical conditions.
David has a strong interest in the management of patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain and have published several academic articles on concussion management and Low Back Pain. He is currently completing his masters in research, studying the prevention and treatment of chronic low back pain.
Outside of work David enjoys playing football for Northern AFC and running for exercise. View details »