Joshua seeks to provide a unique experience to people from all walks of life in the treatment and rehabilitation of injuries.
He hopes to improve his patient's quality of life by providing a service where people can come and feel heard, as well as being impacted beyond just their injury they came in for.
Originally from Singapore, Joshua came to Dunedin to pursue a degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Otago in 2005 after previously serving as an officer in the Singapore Armed Forces, and subsequently went on to complete his Masters in Physiotherapy with a focus on manipulative physiotherapy. Having worked in various Physiotherapy, Osteopathic and Chiropractic clinics, Joshua blends a combination of techniques whereby clients are treated in a holistic sense and is passionate about continuing to learn and expand his knowledge.
Out of the clinic, Joshua has two kids with wife Angela and have started bouldering at the Resistance Climbing Gym, enjoys reading and playing music, as well as travel and exploring.
Joshua also volunteers at the Otago Sports Injury Clinic on weekends and offers his services to various local competitions and businesses.
He has traveled with New Zealand volleyball teams as well as CrossFit teams for competitions overseas. With a love for sport, Joshua has tried his hand at most sports to understand the biomechanics and demands, as well as the appropriate treatments and preventative measures.
Josh can tie a cherry stem with his tongue!
Angela believes that healing comes in many ways and that a holistic approach, encompassing physiotherapy, is one way to better one's quality of life.
Lynette has always had an interest in health and helping people through pain issues to get them back to living and enjoying a full life.
Alyssa wants to help patient's achieve their personal goals so that they can get back to doing the things they love and educate people on how to use good movement patterns.