HAVELOCK NORTh ⌵

Andrew Scott - Senior Physiotherapist    Dip Phyty, PGDip Sports medicine, MNZCPS (Sports and Orthopaedics)    Senior Physiotherapist and Managing Director   Andrew graduated from Otago Polytechnic in 1989 and has since worked in both the UK and US before joining Mark in founding CAPE Physio in New Zealand. In 2001 Andrew completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine and uses this knowledge for many different sports from IHL Hockey to Rugby.  With now over 30 years’ experience in Physiotherapy Andrew has dedicated himself in treating people with musculoskeletal injuries and ensuring general health.  Outside of the clinic Andrew enjoys spending his time with his wife and three adult children, playing golf and going to the gym.

Andrew Scott - Senior Physiotherapist

Dip Phyty, PGDip Sports medicine, MNZCPS (Sports and Orthopaedics)

Senior Physiotherapist and Managing Director

Andrew graduated from Otago Polytechnic in 1989 and has since worked in both the UK and US before joining Mark in founding CAPE Physio in New Zealand. In 2001 Andrew completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine and uses this knowledge for many different sports from IHL Hockey to Rugby.

With now over 30 years’ experience in Physiotherapy Andrew has dedicated himself in treating people with musculoskeletal injuries and ensuring general health.

Outside of the clinic Andrew enjoys spending his time with his wife and three adult children, playing golf and going to the gym.

Jono Whitley - Physiotherapist   After graduating from AUT in late 2016, Jono moved down to the Hawkes Bay and started working for CAPE Physio. Jono is qualified to practice dry needling on patients, he was taught by Trevor Montgomery, in association with PAANZ  After spending two cricket seasons in the UK, he arrived back in October 2018 and is now based at the Havelock North Clinic. He keeps busy on the weekends being Physio for the Havelock North Rugby Club’s Premier side.  Jono enjoys playing sport and spending time with family and friends.

Jono Whitley - Physiotherapist

After graduating from AUT in late 2016, Jono moved down to the Hawkes Bay and started working for CAPE Physio. Jono is qualified to practice dry needling on patients, he was taught by Trevor Montgomery, in association with PAANZ

After spending two cricket seasons in the UK, he arrived back in October 2018 and is now based at the Havelock North Clinic. He keeps busy on the weekends being Physio for the Havelock North Rugby Club’s Premier side.

Jono enjoys playing sport and spending time with family and friends.

Judy Brown - Physiotherapist   Judy graduated from University of Otago in 2016 endorsed with credit. She's worked three years in Musculoskeletal practice where she had the privilege to sport physio for Hawkes bay hockey. She's passionate about incorporating physiotherapy into functional rehab to help the individual back to sports or their previous function. In her spare time, Judy plays club netball in Super 8 and dabbles in tennis.

Judy Brown - Physiotherapist

Judy graduated from University of Otago in 2016 endorsed with credit. She's worked three years in Musculoskeletal practice where she had the privilege to sport physio for Hawkes bay hockey. She's passionate about incorporating physiotherapy into functional rehab to help the individual back to sports or their previous function. In her spare time, Judy plays club netball in Super 8 and dabbles in tennis.

Kerry Williamson - Physiotherapist   Kerry moved to Hawkes Bay in November 2016 from the Scottish Highlands to work and explore NZ. As well as musculoskeletal physiotherapy, she is certified to do dry needling and is an Polestar Mat Pilates instructor. She loves the outdoors! She grew up competing eventing horses. Here in NZ, She rides mountain bikes instead and has recently taken up surfing.

Kerry Williamson - Physiotherapist

Kerry moved to Hawkes Bay in November 2016 from the Scottish Highlands to work and explore NZ. As well as musculoskeletal physiotherapy, she is certified to do dry needling and is an Polestar Mat Pilates instructor. She loves the outdoors! She grew up competing eventing horses. Here in NZ, She rides mountain bikes instead and has recently taken up surfing.

Jodi Spurgeon - Physiotherapist   Jodi arrived from the UK in 2019 where he consolidated his training in the NHS. he loves all things sports and has a background playing Rugby and Lacrosse at University. It was after spending a year in the Bay (and getting injured playing rugby) that he came to CAPE for treatment. Liked it so much, asked for job for once he was qualified. Moving back out to the Bay has allowed him to spend time with his family, and finally learn to surf.

Jodi Spurgeon - Physiotherapist

Jodi arrived from the UK in 2019 where he consolidated his training in the NHS. he loves all things sports and has a background playing Rugby and Lacrosse at University. It was after spending a year in the Bay (and getting injured playing rugby) that he came to CAPE for treatment. Liked it so much, asked for job for once he was qualified. Moving back out to the Bay has allowed him to spend time with his family, and finally learn to surf.

Sandra Pell - Admin Practice Coordinator

Sandra Pell - Admin Practice Coordinator

Steph Gaudencio  -  Administration

Steph Gaudencio - Administration

 

HASTINGS ⌵

Mark Nicol - Senior Physiotherapist    Dip Phyty   Senior Physiotherapist and Managing Director  Mark has over 30 years’ experience with extensive work in sports medicine and musculoskeletal therapy. Physio for New Zealand Athletics, New Zealand Sevens squad and currently team physio for The Hawkes Bay Magpies.  He enjoys all things outdoors, mainly surfing and diving as well as coaching rugby.

Mark Nicol - Senior Physiotherapist

Dip Phyty

Senior Physiotherapist and Managing Director

Mark has over 30 years’ experience with extensive work in sports medicine and musculoskeletal therapy. Physio for New Zealand Athletics, New Zealand Sevens squad and currently team physio for The Hawkes Bay Magpies.

He enjoys all things outdoors, mainly surfing and diving as well as coaching rugby.

Michael McCamish – Senior Physiotherapist   Senior Physiotherapist and Managing Director  Michael has over 12 years of experience in Musculoskeletal, Orthopaedic, and Sports Physiotherapy. He has worked with Hastings Boys High School first XV since 2013.

Michael McCamish – Senior Physiotherapist

Senior Physiotherapist and Managing Director

Michael has over 12 years of experience in Musculoskeletal, Orthopaedic, and Sports Physiotherapy. He has worked with Hastings Boys High School first XV since 2013.


Hanna Brough - Physiotherapist   Hanna has a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) (BHSc) through Auckland University of Technology. She enjoys using a physiotherapy approach that involves both hands-on and exercise prescription to help people rehabilitate to the activities that they enjoy. In her spare time you'll find her playing sport or spending time with family and friends.

Hanna Brough - Physiotherapist

Hanna has a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) (BHSc) through Auckland University of Technology. She enjoys using a physiotherapy approach that involves both hands-on and exercise prescription to help people rehabilitate to the activities that they enjoy. In her spare time you'll find her playing sport or spending time with family and friends.

Logan Motu - Physiotherapist   Logan graduated from AUT with a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) in 2016 and has been working at CAPE Physio Hastings since 2017. His areas of special interest include Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. With extensive involvement with sports teams, including with HB U16 rugby, Hastings Rugby and Sport Premiers, Grammar Tec U20 Rugby.

Logan Motu - Physiotherapist

Logan graduated from AUT with a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) in 2016 and has been working at CAPE Physio Hastings since 2017. His areas of special interest include Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. With extensive involvement with sports teams, including with HB U16 rugby, Hastings Rugby and Sport Premiers, Grammar Tec U20 Rugby.

Niamh Egan - Physiotherapist   Niamh graduated from Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen Scotland in 2015 with BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. She has been working in Hawkes Bay since 2018 and has a great interest in a wide variety of MSK injuries. She runs clinics in Hastings Girls High School as well as Gracelands Retirement Village. She also teaches Pilates in our Napier clinic.

Niamh Egan - Physiotherapist

Niamh graduated from Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen Scotland in 2015 with BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. She has been working in Hawkes Bay since 2018 and has a great interest in a wide variety of MSK injuries. She runs clinics in Hastings Girls High School as well as Gracelands Retirement Village. She also teaches Pilates in our Napier clinic.

Emilee Oldham - Physiotherapist   Emilee was born and raised in East Otago before heading into Dunedin to study. She graduated from the University of Otago in 2018 and moved to Hawkes Bay for the warm weather. Emilee loves to play netball which is what sparked her interest in sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy.

Emilee Oldham - Physiotherapist

Emilee was born and raised in East Otago before heading into Dunedin to study. She graduated from the University of Otago in 2018 and moved to Hawkes Bay for the warm weather. Emilee loves to play netball which is what sparked her interest in sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy.

Bette Reid - Administration and Office Manager

Bette Reid - Administration and Office Manager

Dale Dudman - Administration and Claims Manager

Dale Dudman - Administration and Claims Manager

NAPIER ⌵

Justin Mills - Senior Physiotherapist    BHSc (Physiotherapist) NZSP   Senior Physiotherapist and Managing Director  Graduated 2001 from Auckland. His keen interest in sports and manual therapy has seen him working both locally with basketball and rugby to international sports and athletics fixtures throughout the South Pacific. He’s a Napier Tech and Hawke’s Bay representative rugby physio.  He has been competing in adventure racing and endurance running since 2015.

Justin Mills - Senior Physiotherapist

BHSc (Physiotherapist) NZSP

Senior Physiotherapist and Managing Director

Graduated 2001 from Auckland. His keen interest in sports and manual therapy has seen him working both locally with basketball and rugby to international sports and athletics fixtures throughout the South Pacific. He’s a Napier Tech and Hawke’s Bay representative rugby physio.

He has been competing in adventure racing and endurance running since 2015.

Lou Foote - Administration

Lou Foote - Administration

TK Yeh - Physiotherapist   TK graduated from Otago University 2019, with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. TK is qualified to practice dry needling on patients, he was taught by Trevor Montgomery, in association with PAANZ  TK grew up in Auckland and has moved to Hawke’s Bay for the slower paced lifestyle compared to the big city life.  Having both coached tennis and played tennis competitively previously, this sparked his interest in human movement.  TK has particular interests in Olympic Weightlifting, CrossFit, and helping out with local sports teams.

TK Yeh - Physiotherapist

TK graduated from Otago University 2019, with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. TK is qualified to practice dry needling on patients, he was taught by Trevor Montgomery, in association with PAANZ

TK grew up in Auckland and has moved to Hawke’s Bay for the slower paced lifestyle compared to the big city life.

Having both coached tennis and played tennis competitively previously, this sparked his interest in human movement.

TK has particular interests in Olympic Weightlifting, CrossFit, and helping out with local sports teams.

Kat Graham - Administration and Communications

Kat Graham - Administration and Communications

Robert Doubell - Senior Physiotherapist   Robert has a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) through the University of the Free State in South Africa. Rob is qualified to practice dry needling on patients, he was taught by Optimal Dry needling Solutions, Bruce Barker in 2010.  Being new to New Zealand and Napier, he hopes to settle in quickly and be a part of the community. He enjoys physio not only because he helps with the patient’s injury but also, he gets to meet new people every day.  In his spare time, he loves spending time with his wife and 2 boys, the outdoors, playing squash and watching rugby and soccer.

Robert Doubell - Senior Physiotherapist

Robert has a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) through the University of the Free State in South Africa. Rob is qualified to practice dry needling on patients, he was taught by Optimal Dry needling Solutions, Bruce Barker in 2010.

Being new to New Zealand and Napier, he hopes to settle in quickly and be a part of the community. He enjoys physio not only because he helps with the patient’s injury but also, he gets to meet new people every day.

In his spare time, he loves spending time with his wife and 2 boys, the outdoors, playing squash and watching rugby and soccer.

Karyn Mills - Pilates Instructor   Karyn began her studio training with Polestar Pilates NZ in 2017 and became certified in 2019. In 2018 she completed her Mat Instructor training and passed the exam later that year. Karyn recently became a Polestar Pilates Mat Mentor to guide new Mat Instructors.  Karyn has a passion for keeping bodies moving and Pilates gives the safe environment to do this. She loves seeing change and improvement in her clients.

Karyn Mills - Pilates Instructor

Karyn began her studio training with Polestar Pilates NZ in 2017 and became certified in 2019. In 2018 she completed her Mat Instructor training and passed the exam later that year. Karyn recently became a Polestar Pilates Mat Mentor to guide new Mat Instructors.

Karyn has a passion for keeping bodies moving and Pilates gives the safe environment to do this. She loves seeing change and improvement in her clients.

TARADALE ⌵

Candace Wheatley - Senior Physiotherapist   Senior Physiotherapist and Managing Director  Candace graduated from Otago University in 2012, then went on to further study through Otago to graduate with a Masters of Physiotherapy endorsed with Sports Physiotherapy. She is trained to teach Polestar Mat Pilates and dry needling. Candace is the rugby coordinator and HR for CAPE.

Candace Wheatley - Senior Physiotherapist

Senior Physiotherapist and Managing Director

Candace graduated from Otago University in 2012, then went on to further study through Otago to graduate with a Masters of Physiotherapy endorsed with Sports Physiotherapy. She is trained to teach Polestar Mat Pilates and dry needling. Candace is the rugby coordinator and HR for CAPE.

Kathleen Carswell - Senior Physiotherapist   Emigrated to NZ 2017 from UK. Qualified 1993 and career focus has always been on Musculoskeletal conditions. Have worked for Scottish Rugby and Sport Scotland as well as being a director of a sports injury practice in Glasgow. Now enjoying a quieter pace of life here with her family and happy seeing a good variety of clients at CAPE Physio Taradale.

Kathleen Carswell - Senior Physiotherapist

Emigrated to NZ 2017 from UK. Qualified 1993 and career focus has always been on Musculoskeletal conditions. Have worked for Scottish Rugby and Sport Scotland as well as being a director of a sports injury practice in Glasgow. Now enjoying a quieter pace of life here with her family and happy seeing a good variety of clients at CAPE Physio Taradale.

Ben Campbell - Physiotherapist   Ben graduated from Otago University in 2016 and has been working with CAPE Physio since then. He is the Physiotherapist for the Hawke’s Bay U19 rugby team and has worked with the U16s and premier club teams. Ben’s passion is in-clinic physiotherapy where he can build great connections with his clients as he helps them return to their active lives.

Ben Campbell - Physiotherapist

Ben graduated from Otago University in 2016 and has been working with CAPE Physio since then. He is the Physiotherapist for the Hawke’s Bay U19 rugby team and has worked with the U16s and premier club teams. Ben’s passion is in-clinic physiotherapy where he can build great connections with his clients as he helps them return to their active lives.

Sophie Martin - Physiotherapist   Sophie grew up on a sheep and beef farm in Manawatu, before heading to Otago to study Physiotherapy. She graduated from University of Otago in 2018 and now enjoying the warmth of the sunny Hawkes Bay. She’s also an umpire for Hawkes Bay Netball in her spare time.  Sophie is qualified to practice dry needling on patients, she was taught by Trevor Montgomery, in association with PAANZ

Sophie Martin - Physiotherapist

Sophie grew up on a sheep and beef farm in Manawatu, before heading to Otago to study Physiotherapy. She graduated from University of Otago in 2018 and now enjoying the warmth of the sunny Hawkes Bay. She’s also an umpire for Hawkes Bay Netball in her spare time.

Sophie is qualified to practice dry needling on patients, she was taught by Trevor Montgomery, in association with PAANZ

Tharina Doubell   - Senior Physiotherapist   Tharina graduated B.Sc Physiotherapy in 2011 from the University of the Free State, South Africa. She is a certified wheelchair rugby classifier and BASI Pilates instructor. She is qualified to practice dry needling on patients, in 2012 in Bloemfontein South Africa.  She has experience in treating patients in- and out of hospital from being a director of a general physiotherapy practice in South Africa. She takes pride and passion when it comes to physical rehabilitation. She loves her family and enjoys outdoor activities with them.

Tharina Doubell - Senior Physiotherapist

Tharina graduated B.Sc Physiotherapy in 2011 from the University of the Free State, South Africa. She is a certified wheelchair rugby classifier and BASI Pilates instructor. She is qualified to practice dry needling on patients, in 2012 in Bloemfontein South Africa.

She has experience in treating patients in- and out of hospital from being a director of a general physiotherapy practice in South Africa. She takes pride and passion when it comes to physical rehabilitation. She loves her family and enjoys outdoor activities with them.

Lea Wallace - Administration

Lea Wallace - Administration

 

MASTERTON ⌵

Elizabeth Eneliko (nee Vollebregt) – Senior Physiotherapist   Senior Physiotherapist and Managing Director  Elizabeth gained her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 2016 and became a Polestar Pilates Mat Instructor in 2014. She’s passionate about Physiotherapy to help facilitate patient’s recovery and being active in the community. Throughout her career so far, she has worked with a variety of sports teams, ranging from school to representative levels.

Elizabeth Eneliko (nee Vollebregt) – Senior Physiotherapist

Senior Physiotherapist and Managing Director

Elizabeth gained her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 2016 and became a Polestar Pilates Mat Instructor in 2014. She’s passionate about Physiotherapy to help facilitate patient’s recovery and being active in the community. Throughout her career so far, she has worked with a variety of sports teams, ranging from school to representative levels.

Julianne O’Donnell - Senior Physiotherapist   Julianne started her physiotherapy career in Sports Medicine private practice in Perth. She then moved to Canberra to join the Australian Institute of Sport where she treated and traveled with National teams in Netball, Basketball, Athletics and Gymnastics.  On moving to NZ Julianne opened one of the first physio practices with a fully equipped gym in the country. She segued into Pain Management, and a lot of study later, she feels she can offer education and exercise that makes a difference to people with severe and chronic pain.

Julianne O’Donnell - Senior Physiotherapist

Julianne started her physiotherapy career in Sports Medicine private practice in Perth. She then moved to Canberra to join the Australian Institute of Sport where she treated and traveled with National teams in Netball, Basketball, Athletics and Gymnastics.

On moving to NZ Julianne opened one of the first physio practices with a fully equipped gym in the country. She segued into Pain Management, and a lot of study later, she feels she can offer education and exercise that makes a difference to people with severe and chronic pain.

Rebecca van Rooyen – Senior Physiotherapist   Clinical Practice Manager and Senior Physiotherapist  Becs graduated in 2013 from the University of Otago with Credit. She has vast experience as a sports physio, particularly with rugby, ranging from school and club to Mitre 10 Cup and above levels. This experience is boosted with post graduate study in Mulligan therapy and is a Certified Mulligan Practitioner. She has also done further training in advanced pelvic assessment and treatment. Becs is passionate about the human body and returning it to full function.

Rebecca van Rooyen – Senior Physiotherapist

Clinical Practice Manager and Senior Physiotherapist

Becs graduated in 2013 from the University of Otago with Credit. She has vast experience as a sports physio, particularly with rugby, ranging from school and club to Mitre 10 Cup and above levels. This experience is boosted with post graduate study in Mulligan therapy and is a Certified Mulligan Practitioner. She has also done further training in advanced pelvic assessment and treatment. Becs is passionate about the human body and returning it to full function.

 

FLAXMERE ⌵

David Kerr - Senior Physiotherapist   David graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2008, he moved to Hawkes Bay to work for CAPE Physio in 2009. His main area of expertise involving the diagnosis, management and prevention of acute sporting injuries. He has been involved with many local sports teams, as well as providing his expertise to the HB Magpies development team in 2009 and the HB Maori rugby representative team in 2012.

David Kerr - Senior Physiotherapist

David graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2008, he moved to Hawkes Bay to work for CAPE Physio in 2009. His main area of expertise involving the diagnosis, management and prevention of acute sporting injuries. He has been involved with many local sports teams, as well as providing his expertise to the HB Magpies development team in 2009 and the HB Maori rugby representative team in 2012.

Craig Harrington - Senior Physiotherapist   Craig graduated from the Robert Gordon University (Aberdeen, Scotland) in 2007. Craig moved to the Hawkes bay and worked at the hospital in multiple areas including; acute inpatients, outpatient musculoskeletal, respiratory, cardiac, and vestibular settings for the last 10 years. Craig is now currently focusing part time on musculoskeletal injuries working under the McKenzie mechanical diagnosis and treatment.

Craig Harrington - Senior Physiotherapist

Craig graduated from the Robert Gordon University (Aberdeen, Scotland) in 2007. Craig moved to the Hawkes bay and worked at the hospital in multiple areas including; acute inpatients, outpatient musculoskeletal, respiratory, cardiac, and vestibular settings for the last 10 years. Craig is now currently focusing part time on musculoskeletal injuries working under the McKenzie mechanical diagnosis and treatment.

Brenda Wainohu - Administration

Brenda Wainohu - Administration

 

KELBURN ⌵

Rebecca van Rooyen – Senior Physiotherapist   Clinical Practice Manager and Senior Physiotherapist  Becs graduated in 2013 from the University of Otago with Credit. She has vast experience as a sports physio, particularly with rugby, ranging from school and club to Mitre 10 Cup and above levels. This experience is boosted with post graduate study in Mulligan therapy and is a Certified Mulligan Practitioner. She has also done further training in advanced pelvic assessment and treatment. Becs is passionate about the human body and returning it to full function.

Rebecca van Rooyen – Senior Physiotherapist

Clinical Practice Manager and Senior Physiotherapist

Becs graduated in 2013 from the University of Otago with Credit. She has vast experience as a sports physio, particularly with rugby, ranging from school and club to Mitre 10 Cup and above levels. This experience is boosted with post graduate study in Mulligan therapy and is a Certified Mulligan Practitioner. She has also done further training in advanced pelvic assessment and treatment. Becs is passionate about the human body and returning it to full function.

Megan Symons - Physiotherapist   Originally from the UK, Meg graduated in 2015 and started working in one of the UK’s leading major trauma hospitals. Meg then gained experience working in a musculoskeletal practice, which included hydrotherapy and pitch-side support with an American Football squad.  Meg worked privately as an hydrotherapist for Healthy hydrotherapy for 1 year. Patient groups included Orthopedics, Chronic pain, Chronic conditions, Neurological, Rheumatology, Musculoskeletal.

Megan Symons - Physiotherapist

Originally from the UK, Meg graduated in 2015 and started working in one of the UK’s leading major trauma hospitals. Meg then gained experience working in a musculoskeletal practice, which included hydrotherapy and pitch-side support with an American Football squad.

Meg worked privately as an hydrotherapist for Healthy hydrotherapy for 1 year. Patient groups included Orthopedics, Chronic pain, Chronic conditions, Neurological, Rheumatology, Musculoskeletal.

Hayden Kilgour - Physiotherapist   Originally hailing from Cambridge in the central North Island Hayden is excited to join the team in the capital. Hayden graduated from Otago University in 2018.  Post grad he worked with Wellington College 1st XV 2019 season and completed SEPNZ Course, Concussion Management: Sideline Assessment through to return to play.  Hayden likes exploring new places and being in the outdoors. He is excited to help people get back participating in daily life and their passions.

Hayden Kilgour - Physiotherapist

Originally hailing from Cambridge in the central North Island Hayden is excited to join the team in the capital. Hayden graduated from Otago University in 2018.

Post grad he worked with Wellington College 1st XV 2019 season and completed SEPNZ Course, Concussion Management: Sideline Assessment through to return to play.

Hayden likes exploring new places and being in the outdoors. He is excited to help people get back participating in daily life and their passions.

David Brandon - Physiotherapist   David completed his training in the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, Ireland. He has worked in orthopaedics, cardiac rehabilitation, ICU, neurology, respiratory, care of the elderly and musculoskeletal rehab.  David then made the big move across to New Zealand to work in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. David enjoys using a combination of hands on techniques, exercise prescription and education in his treatment. In the weekends, David likes to get out hiking or have cake and coffee around the city.

David Brandon - Physiotherapist

David completed his training in the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, Ireland. He has worked in orthopaedics, cardiac rehabilitation, ICU, neurology, respiratory, care of the elderly and musculoskeletal rehab.

David then made the big move across to New Zealand to work in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. David enjoys using a combination of hands on techniques, exercise prescription and education in his treatment. In the weekends, David likes to get out hiking or have cake and coffee around the city.

Jen McLeod - Administration

Jen McLeod - Administration

 

CARTERTON ⌵

Martin Kidd – Senior Physiotherapist   A Physiotherapist with over 30 years practising, Martin creates a clinical partnership with his clients. Together they come up with strategies to manage discomfort and dysfunction based on the clients’ goals. Martin has experience with injuries and conditions including; orthopaedics, breathing disorders and sporting injuries. This enables him to provide a well-rounded service to a diverse client base.

Martin Kidd – Senior Physiotherapist

A Physiotherapist with over 30 years practising, Martin creates a clinical partnership with his clients. Together they come up with strategies to manage discomfort and dysfunction based on the clients’ goals. Martin has experience with injuries and conditions including; orthopaedics, breathing disorders and sporting injuries. This enables him to provide a well-rounded service to a diverse client base.

Elizabeth Eneliko (nee Vollebregt) – Senior Physiotherapist   Senior Physiotherapist and Managing Director  Elizabeth gained her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 2016 and became a Polestar Pilates Mat Instructor in 2014. She’s passionate about Physiotherapy to help facilitate patient’s recovery and being active in the community. Throughout her career so far, she has worked with a variety of sports teams, ranging from school to representative levels.

Elizabeth Eneliko (nee Vollebregt) – Senior Physiotherapist

Senior Physiotherapist and Managing Director

Elizabeth gained her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 2016 and became a Polestar Pilates Mat Instructor in 2014. She’s passionate about Physiotherapy to help facilitate patient’s recovery and being active in the community. Throughout her career so far, she has worked with a variety of sports teams, ranging from school to representative levels.