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Craig Newlands

Craig has over 15 years’ experience working as a physiotherapist in both musculoskeletal private practice and for a variety of sporting organisations.

He is a two-time Olympic physiotherapist (London 2012, Rio 2016) and has travelled extensively to support athletes at many other international sporting competitions.

In 2010 Craig became the first full-time physiotherapist employed by High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) in the country.

Since then he has been the lead physiotherapist for Rowing New Zealand based at Lake Karapiro. In 2015 he split his time between Rowing New Zealand and the National Training Centre at the Avantidrome, servicing high performance sport athletes and leading the physiotherapy and massage therapy providers for the region.

Craig is passionate about physiotherapy and is excited to bring the skills he has learned in the High Performance environment into a private physiotherapy practice.

Hannah Newlands

Hannah has qualifications in Massage Therapy (WINTEC) as well as a BCom & DipGrad (Accounting) and a BA (Community Family Studies) from Otago University.

With a strong background in administration and accounting, she opened her own massage clinic in 2013. Hannah’s client base ranges from professional athletes to people seeking treatment for headaches, neck pain or stress.

Hannah is enthusiastic and excited about bringing like-minded professionals together under one roof. To share ideas, support their clients and get them moving again!

WINNER Top Student Award for Massage Wintec in 2013

MEMBER Massage New Zealand

Ange Chilcott

Ange is the face of Body Performance Clinic.  She is the superstar that keeps all the wheels turning to perfection. 

You will meet Ange at reception, she is the friendly face that will greet you on arrival or the voice that smiles at you at the end of the phone.

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Alysha Corby

Alysha has over 15 years’ experience working as a physiotherapist. Most recently this has included six years as a lead provider at High Performance Sport New Zealand’s Auckland base.

Alysha says that her passion is to equip and empower her patients to prevent and overcome illness and injury by using her skills and knowledge gained from working in a variety of clinical settings, education, plus an ongoing desire to be the best she can be to help her patients.

Alongside using her manual therapy, taping and acupuncture skills, Alysha sees movement and exercise as an essential part of the process in helping her patients. This area of interest led her to complete her Masters of Health Practice in Rehabilitation in 2016 with a focus on therapeutic exercise and evidence based rehabilitation methods.

Alysha is really excited about joining the dynamic and skilled team at Body Performance Clinic, and hopes to meet you soon!

Megan Drummond

Megan has over 5 years’ experience working as a physiotherapist, both in private practice and rehabilitation. Recently she moved from New Plymouth where she was working in private practice, vocational rehab and pain management.

She has a strong exercise prescription focus as well as manual therapy skills. Megan enjoys utilising her Pilates knowledge to compliment her treatment plans.

She is passionate about getting her clients back to what is important for them, whether that be sporting related or everyday tasks.

Megan is excited to be part of the Body Performance Team which has a diverse range of rehabilitation skills.

Karen Lowe

Karen completed a Bachelor of Science (First Class Honours) in Sports Therapy from University of Luton (University of Bedfordshire).

Married a kiwi boy and moved to New Zealand.

Then in 2008 added a PG Cert Sport & Exercise Science (Exercise Rehabilitation) from Wintec to her list of achievements and in 2016 Matwork Level 1-3 from the Australian Institute of Physiotherapy and Pilates.

Karen is passionate about a proactive approach to healthcare and believes this is achieved through ongoing research, peer review, and a supportive team culture. Along with a focus of ongoing professional development.