Taumarunui is a town of about 5,000 people, which supports the wider farming community. This is a beautiful part of New Zealand, located in the heart of the King Country and the Forgotten World, with loads of new mountain bike tracks as part of the National Cycle Trail umbrella. With the World Heritage Tongoriro Park on one side and the Wanganui National Park on the other, Taumarunui is the hub of exploration and adventure.
Anel Jordaan – Physiotherapist
Anel grew up in the United states and studied at the university of Pretoria in South Africa where she graduated in 2013 with Bachelors in Physiotherapy.She initially worked at Dr. Yusuf Dadoo State Hospital as a community service Physiotherapist, where she was exposed to paediatrics and adult neurology conditions. In 2015 she started working in private… Read More
Hollie Price – Physiotherapist
In 2014 Hollie graduated from Charles Sturt University, Orange with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours). She also completed a Bachelor of Science from the University of Canberra in 2010. Hollie joins the Physio Direct team in 2017 from rural NSW, Australia, where she has been working in private practice seeing a varied caseload which includes sporting… Read More
Maisie Byrne – Physiotherapist
Maisie studied Physiotherapy in Brighton, England. Alongside studying, she has travelled Europe, Australia, Asia and the Middle East. Maisie has previously worked in an acute hospital setting in Orthopaedics and Paediatrics as well as in Occupational Health as a Senior Physiotherapist. Her particular area of interest is sports injuries, working with the local Ruapehu Rugby… Read More