Putaruru, 20mins from Matamata, is a very central location and close to the North Island’s most popular beaches and worldwide acclaimed tourist attractions which make it a great base. Its economy is based on farming, forestry and timber production. The nearby Blue Springs is the current source of about 60% of NZ’s bottled water. Linked to the National Cycle Way, the Waikato River trail is a hub for mountain biking and tramping.
Sophie Harper – Physiotherapist
Originally from Cornwall in the UK, Sophie qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 2012 having gained her BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Cardiff. Since qualifying she has spent 5 years working within the NHS in Wales and England specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy but also gaining valuable experience on a variety of… Read More
Becki Johnson – Physiotherapist
Originally from Leeds in the UK, Becki graduated in 2014 from the University of Bradford. She spent over 18 months working for the NHS in Yorkshire across a variety of areas including community and acute hospital settings. She has also spent time with a specialist hand therapy department and sports physiotherapy team. She is qualified… Read More