THE PHYSIO INSTITUTE
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Sports Injury Clinic

 

Meet our Physiotherapists


 

Edward Sillars:

BHSc(Physio), PGDip(musculo), 

FIFADip(Football med), MPNZ.

Edward graduated from AUT in 2012 with his BHSc and completed his postgraduate Diploma of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2015. He has worked in a variety of private practice clinics and been involved with football at both a domestic and international level. He is the Player/Physio for Tasman United in the National League, and the Player/Physio for Nelson Suburbs in the Mainland Premier League. He completed his FIFA diploma of football medicine in 2016.

 

Kimberley Frost:

BHSc(Physio), PGCert(WAcup), 

FIFADip(Football med), MPNZ

Kimberley graduated from AUT in 2014 with her BHSc. She is qualified in advanced dry needling and completed her postgraduate Certificate of Western Acupuncture in 2016. She has worked in multiple private clinics and has a vast  knowledge of musculoskeletal injuries. She is a qualified Pilates trainer and completed her FIFA diploma in football medicine in 2016.

 

 

Glenn Ward:

BPhty(Physio), FIFADip(Football med), 

MPNZ

Glenn graduated from Otago University in 2005 with his BPhty (with credit). He has worked with musculoskeletal injuries in sports clinics for over 15 years. He has worked with the Wellington Lion's U19 rugby team, Mako sevens, Tasman United, and Nelson Suburbs football team. He is qualified in advanced dry needling and trained in the management of BPPV (dizziness/vertigo). He completed his FIFA diploma of football medicine in 2018.

 

Hannah Cook:

BPhty(Physio), FIFADip(Football med), 

MPNZ 

Hannah graduated from Otago University in 2017 
with a BPhty (with credit). Hannah has played Softball at an International level and enjoys Power lifting and playing Football. She is the Physio for the Richmond Athletic Woman's football team in the top local competition. She completed her FIFA diploma in football medicine in 2020.  



Katie Shaw:

BPhty(Physio), FIFADip(Football med), 

MPNZ 

Katie graduated from Otago University in 2020
with a BPhty (with credit). Katie is a member of Nelson Hockey and both plays and umpires hockey at a representative level. Having grown up in Nelson, Katie enjoys taking advantage of the national parks and outdoor activities Nelson has to offer. Katie is the Physio for the FC Nelson Men's football team in the top local competition. She completed her FIFA diploma in football medicine in 2020.



Lynne Whitteker 

Lynne joined our reception team in 2018 and mainly works on Monday's, Tuesday's, and Wednesday's


Nicola Scoltock

Nicky joined our reception team in 2020 and mainly works on Thursday's and Friday's.