Senior Physiotherapist NZRP, MNZSP
Damian has gained extensive experience both in New Zealand and the UK in a variety of hospitals and private practices over the last 29 years.
He has attended numerous postgraduate courses to extend his skill base and develop new treatment strategies. This includes being qualified in the world acclaimed McKenzie Method of spinal treatment and completing his certification in Advanced Sports Rehabilitation at the prestigious Curtin University in Australia. Damian completed his postgraduate diploma in health science in 2016 with an A grade average and received the Manipulative Therapy association award for “first in class” in the musculoskeletal physiotherapy examinations. He has recently completed a Masters in Health Practice with Distinction, and has written an academic review on the efficacy of hypnotherapy for persistent pain.
Damian established his own successful practice within Auckland in 2004 which grew to include four clinics before being sold. He joined the team at re:ab in 2016 and combines this wealth of experience with the most up-to-date research to offer treatments that will produce rapid long-lasting results.
Molly graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University in Scotland in 2017 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy.
After graduating Molly worked as a rotational Physiotherapist for 2 years within NHS Ayrshire and Arran. She gained a variety of experience with patients with varying health conditions within both inpatient and outpatient settings.
Following this she successfully became a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist within NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, now having over 3 years experience with Musculoskeletal injuries.
Shania is a certified mat pilates instructor and currently plays in the premier league for football in Auckland. She is enthusiastic and committed to helping you reach your health and fitness goals. She will be taking our teen classes, Pilates:Fit and spin. Welcome Shania!
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