Brigette completed her Physiotherapy Studies at Otago University in 2002, going on to work at Greymouth Hospital, followed by a few years in the UK before returning to Canterbury in 2007. She has completed a Masters in Health Practice in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and currently works part-time, balancing Physiotherapy work with a young family. She enjoys anything to do with sports and getting outdoors! Brigette enjoys working alongside patients to reach their rehabilitation goals, she likes educating and empowering individuals to understand their injuries and therefore take control of their management as much as they can. Brigette enjoys a tricky challenge and delving to the bottom of some longer-term injuries. » View details
Brittany graduated in 2014 with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in Austin, Texas. She has worked in a variety of settings, but her favourite part of being a physio, no matter what setting, is making a difference in her patients’ lives. She is always looking for new ways to help her patients to give them the best care possible. She believes strongly in educating her patients and giving them a better understanding of what physio can do for them.
Originally from New Orleans, Brittany moved to Canterbury last year and has been loving the change. When she’s not working, Brittany likes to explore the trails with her family and travel around (both NZ and the rest of the world) looking for new adventures!
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Corrie graduated from Auckland University at the end of 2017. After completeing his degree Corrie moved to Wanaka and worked in a private practice focusing on furthering his biomechanics knowledge while also seeing a range of general podiatry conditions. Corrie keeps himself busy outside of work by spending time in the mountains and competes in a wide range of sports which helps him to be able to relate and better understand the injuries and niggles his clients have. » View details