Sarah qualified with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy in 2000 from Queen Margaret University College in Edinburgh. She has completed her Post Graduate Certificate in Physiotherapy (endorsed in Acupuncture) at Otago University in 2008, her Hand and Upper Limb Therapy qualification at Auckland University of Technology in 2013 and is a PAANZ registered physiotherapist… learn more.
Senior physiotherapist, Ebony Hornibrook has been helping us to keep Queenstown moving – and smiling – at the Studio since 2015.
She first qualified as a physiotherapist in Australia in 2007 and since then has experienced the full gamut of physio work; everything from hospital to rehabilitation to sports coverage. She’s even spent time running her own practice in Christchurch… learn more.
Heather, our Hand Therapist, graduated from the University of the West of England in 2012 before working on the front lines of the NHS treating everything from stroke rehabilitation to burns to orthopedics and elderly care.
Eventually the lure of travel and the mountains brought her to Aotearoa, and after a couple of seasons working as an on-snow physio she joined us at The Studio… learn more.
Dot Nacewa qualified with Bachelor of Health Sciences in Physiotherapy in 2005 from Auckland University of Technology. She spent the next 6 years traveling the globe and working in Sydney and London before returning to Aotearoa in 2015.
Most of her career has been in private practice with post graduate training in clinical pilates, management of the lumbar spine and pelvis and women’s health… learn more.
Since graduating in 2010 Sarah has had an incredibly varied path through the physiotherapy world.
After collecting her Bachelor of science (with honours, of course) from the London Sport Institute at Middlesex University, her career has taken her from the hospital wards of the NHS, to the side lines of the London Marathon and Division One football matches, to the Territorial Army Medical services… learn more.
Louise, our principal physio has spent more than ten years on the front line working with Queenstown’s injured skiers, mountain bikers and trail runners to get them back out into the mountains. She completed her Physiotherapy degree at the University of Sydney in 2002, and her Post Graduate Certificate in Physiotherapy (endorsed in Acupuncture) at Otago University in 2006. She is a member of the New Zealand Physiotherapy Association and an ACC Approved provider… learn more.