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.
She is the director of Institue of Sports Physiotherapy in Onehunga, Auckland, since 2010, leading a team of physiotherapists.
Simon Ro is our golf-specific physiotherapist, being a Level 3 certified practitioner of Titleist Performance Institute Medical, the largest and most influential golf-specific performance and rehabilitation institute in the world.
He also has personally reached a high level of golf playing as well, marked by his 1st placing at Coca-Cola Junior golf stroke tournament in 2003. Since then he has focused on his studies and attained his degree via Auckland University of Technology.
With his successful golf career and extensive biomechanical knowledge in golf, he is able to reach competitive professional golfers, investigate their movements, and further develop pathways of rehabilitation.
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.
Mei is a certified acupuncture and Chinese medicine practitioner in New Zealand, mainly trained and practised in China. She takes a uniquely comprehensive and holistic approach to injuries and pain management.
Mei learnt Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in her childhood, by following the family’s footsteps, she also has a passion in infertility and gynecological health. Providing not only individually tailored expertise therapy plan, but also professional advice and support including counselling, diet, exercise and lifestyle changes.
ACC & NZRA registered BHSc, MCM (Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine)
Zen obtained her Bachelor and Master degree of Chinese medicine in 2011 after 7 seven years of training in both Chinese medicine and Western medicine from Beijing university of Chinese medicine. With an interdisciplinary educational background, her work experience has involved diverse scenarios including Chinese medicine and western medicine hospitals in China, spa company on cruise ship in U.S.A, and local clinics in New Zealand as acupuncturist, TCM doctor and physician.
Her passion towards healing has motivated her to dive into the strengths of Chinese medicine. Incorporating the training from Dr. Tan’s balance method in her practice, the approaches of integrating distal and local acupuncture with other modalities of Chinese medicine has helped her patients achieve extraordinary benefits on musculoskeletal injuries and pain management. As a lover of mountain climbing and yoga, she believes strength and flexibility are fundamental to body movement.
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 along side high 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 two children, family, friends and exploring the outdoors. She grew up in West Auckland playing Netball and enjoys long distance Running.
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.