I am a Whakatane raised, New Zealand trained osteopath with over six years of clinical experience. After studying for five years at university to complete a Master of Osteopathy I have continued to hone my skills and increase my knowledge of the human body and how all its components influence each other.
The most satisfying part of my job is being able to help people who are living with pain to live more comfortably.
Osteopathy is a hands-on therapy with numerous benefits to health & well being.
We work with all aspects of the body including muscles, joints, ligaments, nerves, and organs and how everything functions together and influences each other.
Treatments are non-invasive and involve a broad range of techniques that can be very gentle to quite strong.
From the moment osteopaths begin our training we start our life-long journey of honing our sense of touch and developing what we call palpation skills.