Di-Chou have joined Total Body Physio beginning of 2012. He is interested in shoulders and sports injuries. He is also a credentialed McKenzie thereapist. During his spare time he enjoys teaching swimming and has taught at the Howick Pakuranga Swimming Club and Swimgym for the past 9 years. Di-Chou speaks fluent Mandarin and English. View details »
Jen has 4 years of physiotherapy experience since graduating from the University of Otago. Since graduating, Jen worked at a private clinic, specialising with concussion, lower back pain and sports-related injuries. She is a certified Mulligan and McKenzie practitioner for back pain and neck pain, a dry needling enthusiast, and is currently studying in AUT to further develop her skills in acupuncture. Alongside her work in the clinic, she also worked with college rugby and netball teams in Auckland, helping young athletes back into sports and recreation.
Jen gets great satisfaction in helping people to get over injuries and back into things they enjoy doing. Being involved in both public and private settings and seeing a wide variety of conditions, Jen believes each person is unique on their own right and understands all treatments must be tailor-made to each individual.
In her free time, she enjoys playing social netball with friends, and rock climbing.
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Juliet is a keen tennis player who is a credentialed McKenzie therapist. Robyn McKenzie is a world famous NZ physiotherapist who revolutionised the management of back pain and was voted America’s most influential clinician in the field of back pain a few years ago. Juliet works part time treating body sites from neck to foot specialising in the management of lumbar, thoracic and cervical injuries. View details »