Staff Profile

Jade Warren
Physiotherapist

Jade has over 17 years experience as a physiotherapist. He has worked with local and elite sports teams such as the Waikato Chiefs, Auckland U19s and 21s soccer and many premier sports teams. He is owner of 5 clinics in Auckland and is passionate about giving the absolute best treatment to his clients. He utilises all types of musculoskeletal treatment techniques for all types of conditions and has a particular interest in shoulder and knee rehabilitation. He is married and a proud father of four young children.

Edwin Li
Physiotherapist

Edwin originally from Hong Kong has been with Total Body Physio for over 10 years. Edwin completed a BA majoring in Japanese and Psychology from Auckland University prior to his physiotherapy study at AUT. Edwin enjoys the hands on approach in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy. He has great skills and knowledge to provide you with clinical excellence in diagnosis, treatment and post-op rehabilitation. He is also involved with mentoring and teaching AUT students and was physiotherapist for Howick College for 8 years. His special interest is assessing and treating repetitive strain injuries, biomechanical and muscle imbalances and chronic pain such as arthritis. He is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.

Currently working at Botany Junction

Ben Cooper
Physiotherapist
Ben has been with Total body physio since graduated. In addition to his Bachelor of Health Science physiotherapy he has also a degree in Sports and exercise science. He has also extensive experience as a personal Trainer. Ben brings alot of knowledge and skill to his Physiotherapist role. He enjoys treating and assisting his clients back to their former fitness. Ben is friendly yet professional he is a valued asset to our team. With his hard work and evident leadership ability Ben fills the position as practice manager.

Currently working at Pakuranga

Simon Lee
Physiotherapist
Simon graduated of School of Physiotherapy in University of Otago in 2008. Simon really enjoys helping and treating patients from all walks of life and goes the extra mile to get you the results. His main interests are combined approach of manual therapy, exercise and Western Acupuncture (Scientific interpretation of Traditonal Acupuncture) for shoulder, knee and chronic back conditions. He also completed a Master of Health Practice in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from AUT University in 2013. Simon speaks fluent English and Korean.

Currently working at Sylvia Park

Hana Oh
Physiotherapist
Originally from Korea, Hana studied and gradated from AUT. She has a very vibrant and dynamic personality that can not be missed as the old saying goes “laughter is the best medicine”. She is very patient focused and will ensure you get the best possible outcome bringing you back to your former self. She enjoys people of all ages and has a keen interest in treatment of back injuries. Her outside interests include playing the music, shopping, cooking and meeting people.

Currently working at Botany Junction

Di-Chou Lee
Physiotherapist
Di-Chou have joined Total Body Physio beginning of 2012. He is interested in shoulders and sports injuries. He is also a credentialed McKenzie thereapist. During his spare time he enjoys teaching swimming and has taught at the Howick Pakuranga Swimming Club and Swimgym for the past 9 years. Di-Chou speaks fluent Mandarin and English.

Currently working at Pakuranga

Juliet Hislop
Physiotherapist
Juliet is a keen tennis player who is a credentialed McKenzie therapist. Robyn McKenzie is a world famous NZ physiotherapist who revolutionised the management of back pain and was voted America’s most influential clinician in the field of back pain a few years ago. Juliet works part time treating body sites from neck to foot specialising in the management of lumbar, thoracic and cervical injuries.

Currently working at Pakuranga

Ernest Lee
Physiotherapist
Ernest studied and graduated as a Physiotherapist at AUT. He is a highly motivated and enthusiastic person with a strong vision to provide the best care and successful outcomes for patients. Ernest has a keen interest in postural rehabilitation and treatment for a large variety of sports related injuries. Ernest is fluent is English and able to converse in Mandarin. Outside of work, Ernest enjoys playing and writing music.

Currently working at Botany Junction

Hui Lin
Physiotherapist
Hui recently graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons) from University of Otago. She originated from China and speaks both fluent English and Manderin. Hui is friendly and reliable, who always strives to provide the best treatments tailored to each individual. She enjoys meeting and helping people. Hui loves travelling, food and music.

Currently working at Sylvia Park

Mina Oh
Communications Manager

Mina is originally from South Korea. She graduated with a Bachelor Degree majored in Linguistics and English Language Teaching in University of Auckland. As a Communication Manager, she maintains and facilitates the clinics and supports the patients with their needs, and also she liaises with professionals to coordinate practice business and she ensures the safety of the patients and colleagues. Other then managing clinics, she likes to watch movies, listen to music and catch up with friends.
Toni Bryant
Remedial Massage Therapist

Toni is interested in a holistic approach to well being and enjoys working with her clients to develop a specific treatment plan that best suits their needs; whether it is a relaxation treatment to reduce stress after a busy week, specific treatment protocols to address chronic soft-tissue dysfunction and/or pain, or a pre, post or maintenance massage to see you through a sporting event.
She has had great success in working with a variety of clients from professional athletes and people with active lifestyles, to workaholics with high stress levels and people presenting with chronic or acute dysfunctions. A tailored session includes a consultation and homecare advice.Currently also a tutor at The New Zealand College of Massage, makes sure she keeps up with the latest techniques.She has also worked with various sports teams including the Maori All Blacks, North Harbour Rugby, Auckland ITM Rugby, Triathlon World Champs, Vodafone Warriors, NRL 9’s as well as running and cycling events.Toni has studied with the New Zealand College of Massage and graduated with the qualification of a Diploma in Health Science in Sports and Massage Therapy in 2013.Please contact Toni directly to make an enquiry or a booking.

www.tonibryantmassage.com
info@tonibryantmassage.com

Sonja Yang
Acupuncturist

Sonja graduated in 2007 with a bachelor of health science (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and in 2010 with a Master of Health Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture), from Guangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China.
She has been practicing acupuncture in New Zealand since 2011, and has obtained extensive experience in treating a wide range of conditions. Her patients have benefited greatly from Acupuncture treatment – not only in the form of pain relief, but also improvements in their quality of daily life. Sonja believes that Oriental Medicine is a very effective and useful way to treat diseases, via the method of body harmonizing energy balance.She is a master of many acupuncture treatment techniques, including fine needling, electroacupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, moving cupping, acupoint application, ear-point therapy, and bloodletting therapy. She uses a range of techniques during each treatment session, in order to help her patients obtain the best possible results.In her spare time she enjoys practicing TaiChi and QiGong, activities which are believed to help facilitate internal balance in the body. In the past, she has won the National University Student Championship of Martial Arts in China.

Currently working at Sylvia Park

Hans Vermeulen
Physiotherapist

Hans is a qualified physiotherapist and massage therapist with nearly 30 years experience. He qualified as a CranioSacral Therapist 17 years ago thus expanding his vast knowledge and experience of the physical body to encompass a more holistic approach.
Hans can offer you therapeutic deep soft tissue massage, CranioSacral Therapy that may help relieve a full spectrum of pain, illness and dysfunction. He also offers lifestyle advice and stress management tools.

Currently working at Titirangi

Aimee Gordon
Physiotherapist
Aimee graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor of Health Science Physiotherapy and is a qualified Mckenzie therapist. She is well organised, efficient, extremely competent, and has an excellent rapport with people of all ages. Her communication skills, both written and verbal, are excellent. She has particular interest in injuries and problems to the neck and upper back. Outside of work Aimee enjoys spending time with family and friends, and swimming.

Currently on leave

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