OUR TEAM

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SPS Balclutha

Mark Lamb


Mark graduated in 1995 from Brunel University College (UK), and began his career working within the UK NHS hospital system. Mark then went on his first ‘OE’ working in a sports injury clinic in South Africa.

Mark returned to the UK for a further 2 years, before going on his second working ‘OE’ to NZ in 1999, and completed a post-graduate diploma in Manipulative Therapy in 2001 at Otago University. After enjoying the Dunedin lifestyle, Mark purchased ‘Milton Physiotherapy’ in 2002, and over time developed ‘Southern Physio Services’ with practices in Dunedin, Milton & Balclutha. Mark has continued his post-graduate learning, completing several papers in rehabilitation, musculoskeletal management, acupuncture and occupational health.


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SPS Balclutha

Anna Bell


Anna graduated from Otago University in 2009 completing a Bachelor of Physiotherapy.
After 6 years working in Dunedin private practice, mainly sports physiotherapy, she is enjoying the diversity Balclutha has to offer.

Anna is currently working toward completing a Hand and Upper Limb Therapy qualification.
In her spare time Anna enjoys netball, rugby and home renovation.



SPS Balclutha

Andrea (Photo and information to follow)




SPS Balclutha

 




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SPS Balclutha

Deborah Lim


Deborah graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Otago in 2015 and began working in SPS Physio. She has had experience through her studies working in a variety of clinical settings including hospital-based rehabilitation, inpatient wards and in a child development centre. Deborah is passionate about her profession and enjoys working with all age groups.

She likes working closely with patients, understanding their problems and explaining their treatment to them to help put them at ease. Deborah has a keen interest in neurorehabilitation and paediatric physiotherapy. She sees a variety of conditions ranging from acute injuries to post-surgical rehabilitation. In her spare time, Deborah enjoys listening to music, running, baking and spending time with family and friends.


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SPS Balclutha

Jemma Morland


Originally from the sunny top of the South, Jemma studied PE at Otago University before heading to the University of Queensland to do a Postgrad masters in Physiotherapy. Since graduating in 2011 she’s spent two years working at the Prince Charles Hospital in Brisbane, followed by two years in the UK working in English hospitals and travelling around Europe. As a junior, Jemma represented New Zealand in the Junior Blacksticks women’s hockey team at the Youth Olympics. This led to a love of sport, fitness and travel and she continues to lead a pretty active lifestyle.



SPS Balclutha

Lisa (Photo to follow)


Lisa graduated from The University of Otago with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2004. Over the next 3 years she worked in private clinics in Invercargill and the Gold Coast in Australia. In 2008, Lisa moved to England and spent the year working in various hospital physiotherapy outpatient departments and private clinics in London. On returning to New Zealand, Lisa worked for a Physiotherapy and Pliates Clinic in Dunedin  where she completed her Pilates training to become a certified Pilates instructor. She completed a Post Graduate Certificate endorsed in Acupuncture from the University of Otago in 2010. Lisa has worked for SPS Physio since 2015 and enjoys the variety of work in the clinic


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SPS Milton

Tracy Greer


Tracy Greer graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Otago University in 2002. Since then she has completed a Post graduate certificate in Acupuncture (2005) and Post graduate diploma of Rehabilitation (2008). She works part-time while raising three children and helping her husband on their sheep farm.




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SPS Milton

Jo Ayers


Jo graduated from Otago School of Physiotherapy in 1994 and worked in a wide variety of positions both in New Zealand and overseas until settling in Dunedin in 2000.  She worked at Dunedin hospital outpatients, developing an interest in Occupational Health and injury prevention which she has completed a post graduate certificate in.

Jo started with SPS in 2010 as a locum in Milton and gradually infiltrated the practice taking up permanent part time work in Balclutha.  More recently she has returned to Milton after maternity leave. Jo runs a 10 acre block on the outskirts of Milton with her partner and can be found out with her horse or the sheep in any spare time.


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SPS South Dunedin

Kat Davies


Kat graduated from Otago University in 2008 and has been working for SPS Physio ever since. She has completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Health Science through Otago University and is also trained in dry needling. Kat has a keen interest in soft tissue therapy, gym rehabilitation and sports physiotherapy. Having recently retired from 10 years of road and track cycling where she represented New Zealand and won numerous National and Oceania medals, she is now enjoying more recreational pursuits like mountain biking, trail running and tramping.


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SPS South Dunedin

Hayley McKee



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SPS Helensburgh

Andrew Jameson


Principle Physiotherapist at SPS Physio Helensburgh

Andrew has been with SPS Physio since he graduated from Otago University in 2008. He is based at SPS Helensburgh in the busy Helensburgh Medical Centre. Before coming to Helensburgh in 2011, Andrew practised physiotherapy in Milton. Andrew treats patients from all ages and walks of life, who present with a variety of musculoskeletal conditions including acute and chronic conditions. His warm and calm manner keep patients coming back. When Andrew is not at SPS Physio, he is at home with his family, planning his next climbing adventure.




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SPS Helensburgh

Katie Evans


Katie studied at the University Of Otago School Of Physiotherapy, graduating in 1997. Katie has a wide range of hospital and private practice experience. Katie has worked at Kew Hospital, Dunedin Hospital and Dunstan Hospital. She has rehabilitation experience having worked in a rehabilitation hospital in Melbourne and ISIS in Dunedin. During her time working at ISIS Katie also completed a post graduate certificate of Physiotherapy endorsed in Neurorehabilitation.


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SPS Balclutha

Sandra Sheath



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SPS Balclutha

Lois Smart



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SPS Balclutha

Raelene Farquhar





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SPS Milton

Robyn Matheison


Robyn works for SPS Physio in reception and also work for the Tokomairiro Community Recreation Centre as Gym Manager.  She enjoys daily contact with the people of our community through my work.  In her spare time, she enjoys art, walking for fitness and spending time with her family.


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SPS Helensburgh

Eleanor Girvan


Eleanor has been a receptionist with SPS Physio since 2011. Eleanor was an English teacher many years ago. She also has a creative background in painting and printmaking and a passion for baking sweet treats she shares with her co workers. Eleanor is also Assistant Manager at an after school programme. A busy lady, when not working Eleanor is at home with her daughters, her dog and her recent box set/crochet project/book.



SPS Helensburgh

Lisa Hughes



Contact Us

SPS Helensburgh
03 476 3996

SPS South Dunedin
03 455 0665

SPS Balclutha
03 419 0435

SPS Milton
03 417 7066

Hours

SPS Helenburgh
Mon - Fri: 9am - 5:30pm

SPS South Dunedin
Mon: 8:00am - 7:30pm
Tues: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Wed: 8:30am - 5:30pm
Thurs: 8:30am - 7:30pm
Fri: 7:00am - 3:00pm

SPS Balclutha
Mon-Fri: 8.30am - 5pm

SPS Milton
Mon-Fri: 8am - 6pm

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