Jason graduated from the University of Otago and has a bachelor's degree in Physiotherapy and Human Anatomy. His current interest is diagnosing and treating acute mechanical lower back and neck pain using the McKenzie method. Jason enjoys helping people reach their maximum potential through patient education, goal setting and quality conservative care. As a former member of the New Zealand Karate team and former Oceania Karate Champion, Jason's main interests lie in sports related injury. More specifically, he is concerned with injury management and prevention.
As the Practice Manager for Te Aro Physiotherapy, Shilpa thoroughly enjoys her role and being a part of the team. Being a long term employee of more than twelve years, she acknowledges that the mutual respect and open communication between staff makes her job extremely rewarding. The excellent service and care provided to patients is something she is very proud of. Meeting and greeting the patients is always a pleasure. Shilpa's ongoing goal is to achieve a healthier, stronger mind and body.
Maggie joined our team earlier last year as the front office executive. Maggie thoroughly enjoys the contact she has with those who attend the clinic. Outside of work, she enjoys gardening and is an enthusiastic amateur photographer. Each month she attends her local book club where the discussion is always lively and varied. In the absence of her Miniature Schnauzer Maggie still enjoys walking with friends and family in and around Wellington, which on a good day, as we all know, is a fantastic place to live and work.
Beth studied Physiotherapy at the University of Otago. After graduating in 2013 she began her
career in Hamilton, where she gained extensive private practice experience and
worked closely with the local varsity rugby club premier team.After working in New Zealand Beth
travelled overseas, including spending a winter season in Banff, Canada; and living in Edinburgh, Scotland while working as a Physiotherapist in private healthcare.
On moving back to New Zealand Beth has resided in the highly physically active community of Wanaka, Central Otago, where she has continued to work with a wide range of injuries, conditions and athletes. Beth has a certificate in Orthopaedic Manual therapy. She is particularly interested in working with sports related injuries, as well as postural back and neck pain.
Beth is a keen snowboarder and trail runner, and also enjoys yoga and surfing.