Director/Physiotherapist

 

Maree qualified in New Zealand in 2008 and has since worked in many different areas of physiotherapy; particularly Orthopaedics, rheumatology and chronic pain, hand therapy, ergonomics and MSK. Maree is truly passionate about restoring the body back to function and works with the body as a whole. She has a keen eye for alignment and biomechanics, and treats using a combination of hands on manual therapy and bespoke exercises specific to each individual's impairment.

Maree has worked at a high level within elite sports providing physiotherapy at the 2015 First European Games in Azerbaijan and England Indoor netball teams on the 2016 and 2018 World Cup tours. In the past Maree has worked extensively within rugby, touch rugby, squash and MMA and is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports and Exercise Medicine.

 
 
 

TESTIMONIALS


"I suffered from significant knee pain for more than a decade. After working with Maree I'm now back playing basketball and running without any pain at all. Her experience and practical advice is always spot on. I definitely recommend Healing Hanz."

J Costly, 28

''I recently had my first session with Maree and having experienced her expertise first hand would happily recommend her to all in sundry. After years of neck and upper back pain and numerous visits to local practitioners I was surprised to be given a very clear diagnosis of the cause and then provided with a suggested treatment plan. I am now optimistic that with Marees' help I'm on the path to a sustained improvement. If you are thinking about visiting a physio then get in and get a booking, trust me you'll be glad you did!''

V Majoribanks


''Maree is a wonderful physiotherapist, very intuitive and takes a holistic approach when assessing her clients needs. She is thorough and makes you feel very comfortable when working with her. Maree has such a wonderful and bubbly personality while being a super star professional. I would highly recommend Maree as a physiotherapist of choice.''

H McIsaac, 36