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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.
What I love about osteopathy is that it takes a holistic approach to health which means that osteopaths are trained to assess and understand the cause of pain (along with all kinds of complaints) which lets us provide outstanding results for patients who suffer from even acute and chronic conditions.
I treat a diverse range of patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly with a range of osteopathic techniques tailored to fit the individual.
I am dedicated to my continued professional development and have completed a broad range of courses since graduating. Some of these include visceral (organ) treatment, cranial osteopathy, paediatric treatment, pregnancy treatment, kinesiotaping and myofascial release. I have a particular interest in women's health and mind-body medicine.
When I'm not practicing osteopathy, I can be found planning her my travel adventure, mountain biking, hiking or at the beach. I'm also partial to good conversation, good food and a glass of vino – life is about balance after all.