Clare worked in Scotland as a Physiotherapist, before moving to New Zealand. She graduated from Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, following which she gained experience working in a wide range of settings from acute hospital to musculoskeletal outpatient clinics. Areas she worked in include musculoskeletal outpatients, orthopaedics, neurological and stroke rehabilitation, respiratory, amputee rehabilitation, acute medical and community rehabilitation. This grounding gives Clare an extremely holistic and thorough approach to physiotherapy treatment, ensuring the best quality of care.
Clare moved to New Zealand in 2017, to fulfil her desire for an outdoor lifestyle. Being in Wanaka, Clare can enjoy her passions of mountaineering, climbing, cycling, skiing, triathlons and all things outdoorsy, whilst continuing to develop her career as a physiotherapist.
Clare’s additional experience and skills include:
Acupuncture dry needling,
Training in Swedish and remedial sports massage therapy,
Physiotherapy and massage therapy at adventure races and events across Scotland,
Diploma in Orthopaedic Medicine – Peripheral module
Hydrotherapy experience, with a wide range a patients,
Pitch side physiotherapy and first aid experience with club rugby team.
Clare also has an interest in exercise rehabilitation, she is currently running the popular Core & Conditioning Classes at The Physio Room. View details »
Beth studied Physiotherapy at the University of Otago. After graduating she began her career in her home town of Hamilton, where she gained extensive private practice experience and worked closely with the local varsity rugby club premier team. After working in New Zealand Beth travelled overseas, including spending a winter season snowboarding in Banff, Canada.
Most recently Beth has been living in Edinburgh, Scotland while working as a physiotherapist in private healthcare. Beth worked with a wide range of injuries, conditions and athletes. She has particular interests in treating postural back and neck pain, often due to sitting behind a desk for long hours or repeated physical jobs like working on a building site. Beth also very much enjoys working with lower limb biomechanics for sports and daily function.
Beth moved to Wanaka on returning to New Zealand, where she spends as much time as possible enjoying the outdoors, while also helping her clients make the most of New Zealand’s beautiful nature through injury treatment and prevention. View details »