MHPrac (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy), BHSc (Physiotherapy), TPI Golf Medical Lv3, NZRP
Simon Ro graduated with Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy at AUT in 2016 and completed Post Graduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2020. He also completed his Master’s Degree majoring in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy with Merit in 2022, which has helped him establishing extensive knowledge in the Neuro-Musculoskeletal system.
Simon is capable of treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions ranging from simple sprains to complex chronic pain. His physiotherapy assessment is based on inductive-reasoning process which allows him to develop questions to answer the patients’ problem. He has a high level of attention to detail and provides tailored treatment plans for his patients. He is a hands-on manual therapist who often utilises tissue massage, joint mobilisation, spinal manipulation and neural mobilisation to modulate pain. He prescribes individualised exercises to assist his patients to achieve their goals.
Mila Park has completed her physiotherapy degree from AUT in 2006. She also completed Postgraduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy and is a certified acupuncture practitioner.
Her passion for sports performance and rehabilitation has led her to a number of paths, especially in the sport of Badminton. Most recently was her role as the team physiotherapist for World Junior Badminton Championship in 2015 and for South Korean Team for Rio Olypmic in 2016. She is also Medical 2 certified practitioner of Titleist Performance Institute.
BHSc (Physiotherapy) NZRP
Practicing for over 10 years, Graeme offers a wealth of experience and knowledge treating injuries, after having worked both in the UK and New Zealand. He has developed a broad skill set, providing a progressive blend of hands on manual therapy, dry needling and tailored exercises.
Previously running his own clinic, he established a special interest in gym-based injuries, having the knowledge of correct lifting form and the tools to correct faulty movement patterns to prevent injuries in the future. As an avid sportsman himself, he understands the importance of movement health and its positive effect on the human body.
BHSc (Physiotherapy), NZRP
Chris graduated from St Georges University of London in 2018 and gained wide experience in the NHS including in post-operative care and management of people with chronic pain before moving to New Zealand in 2020. Since then, he has worked exclusively in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
Chris believes strongly in a holistic approach to treatment, considering the person as a whole and delivering a tailored rehabilitation programme that works for their lifestyle and needs.
Outside of Physio, Chris competes in Olympic Weightlifting
Aggie has been practicing Traditional Chinese Acupuncture since qualified in 2008. She is a member of New Zealand Register of Acupuncture and an approved ACC treatment provide. With her 10 years of outstanding clinical experiences in this field, she aims to help her patient to restore movements by combining her treatment with Physiotherapists to achieve maximum quality of care.
She also specialises in Abdominal Acupuncture. It is a relatively new and rare, yet powerful and effective technique treating all areas of the body. This technique involves placing needles much shallower in the abdomen thus creating a less painful experiences compared traditional acupuncture techniques.
This technique is aimed at patients who may prefer a much gentle, less invasive yet very effective treatment. Patient’s reviews stated that this new technique created a much more relaxing atmosphere that allowed them to dive deeper into muscle relaxation.
Depending on the individual needs of the clients, Aggie will use a combination of acupuncture and cupping to deliver specialised individual needs. Aggie’s specialities also involved musculoskeletal injury, digestive problems (bloating, acne that is caused by constipation etc), stress, anxiety, emotional disorders, Women’s health (incontinence issue) and sinus.
Some fun facts about Aggie! She likes to play badminton and squash so please do say hi if you ever see her on the court!
Brittany has been with IOSP since December 2018. Prior to that she has worked in Travel and Tourism Customer Service. She has a passion for helping people and has a friendly approach.
She is pleased to work alongside highly qualified Physiotherapists, who not only care about their patients health and wellbeing but have the expertise and experience to get lasting results.
When she is away from the clinic she enjoys spending time with her family, enjoys a competitive game in Netball and long distance running. Her passion for helping people has influenced her to study. She is currently studying towards a degree in Bachelor of Arts majoring in psychology.
I was born and bred in Japan and came to NZ as a working holiday maker at first place. I was charmed by NZ people, multi- international culture and beautiful nature and I feel so lucky to live here as a resident now.
I enjoy dealing with people and love to help them.
Although I’m not a medical professional but I’ve been interested in medical world. This is my great opportunity to learn a lot of things about it though the job.
I love travelling and one of my bucket list is travelling around NZ and Japan.