Jaimee is an Otago trained Physiotherapist who has been working in the health and sport industry for over twelve years. As a qualified sports medic she has worked intensely with various rugby teams and has also developed a passion for youth aged sports teams, having worked as a volunteer with Basketball NZ for a number of years.
Jaimee has worked in America as a Physiotherapist and as a Fitness Manager running personal training sessions and classes in a multi complex gym.
Having developed a passion for natural movement and exercise in daily living and rehabilitation she has recently become SFMA (functional movement assessment) certified. This is a movement assessment which holistically looks at the bodies movement patterns as a whole and systematically identifies and treats the impairments.
In her spare time Jaimee enjoys baking, reading, watching movies and spending time with her family. Her future goals include continuing to develop functional movement skills (and integrating this into her physiotherapy practice) and to build a dirt rally car and compete in NZ.
Madeleine has 14 years of experience as a physiotherapist in NZ, the UK and Australia. Madeleine did her training at Otago University and has since trained in Dry Needling/Acupuncture, Clinical Pilates and Yoga Therapy as well as completing a post graduate paper on Breathing Performance.
Madeleine has 2 preschoolers at home and works part-time at the clinic treating a wide spectrum of patients from children to elderly, from sports and work injuries to long term issues. She has spent some time supervising new graduate physios and in service programs.
Madeleine also has a background in snow sports and was for many years a volunteer coach for Special Olympics New Zealand in skiing and snowboarding.
Clinical Lead Physiotherapist
Jodi graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (with distinction) from Otago University in 2014. Her passion for continual learning has resulted in her attaining the NZMPA accredited certificate of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy, a Postgraduate certificate in acupuncture, a Postgraduate diploma in Health Science and a Masters of Health Practice, all with distinction.
Jodi has proudly worked with rugby and football teams for the past 9 years, her love for sport extending from her own achievements with the NZ under 17 Football Ferns and a college football scholarship resulting in two years playing abroad in New York. Although the boots have since been hung up, she still enjoys maintaining a healthy lifestyle through social sport and CrossFit.
An avid Hurricanes supporter, Jodi is slowly converting to Canterbury after recently moving to Christchurch with her husband to run the South Island branch of Performance Plus Physio.
Sara has completed her post graduate degree in Physiotherapy and her Masters in Paediatric Physiotherapy. She has also completed a diploma in Health and Rehabilitation.
Sara has specialised in functional movement patterning and has a passion for health and wellness. She is zealous about getting to the root of the cause of an injury and working with her clients to get them moving and performing better than ever. Sara has special interest in older adults rehabilitation and post-operative strength training
Diana graduated from Otago University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Her passion for helping others attain and maintain a happy and healthy lifestyle through identification and correction of faulty movement patterns prompted her to become one of only 12 New Zealand physiotherapists to be selective functional movement assessment certified. Diana is proactive in staying up to date in the ever-changing medical world and is currently expanding on her dry needling skills through a post graduated certificate in acupuncture.
Diana has enjoyed working as a sports medic for local ice hockey and rugby teams and this year proudly takes the reins as the head physiotherapist for Suburbs netball. In addition, Diana speaks fluent Mandarin, removing any communication barriers for Chinese patients requiring physiotherapy consultations.
Despite her main sport being basketball, Diana and her puppy Bailey are both proud Cantabrians and passionate crusaders supporters.