- BSc Physiotherapy
- Dry Needling (PAANZ)
- Women’s health qualifications:
– APA Introduction to Women’s health
– Introduction to management of urinary incontinence
– Introduction to management of pelvic organ prolapse
– Rectal examinations with Melisa Davidson
– Intermediate Pelvic Health with Melisa Davidson
Favourite things to treat:
My favourite area to treat is the lower limb, especially ankles and knees. My favourite area’s of women’s health postpartum return to sport and management of symptoms of menopause & perimenopause.
Toni has recently moved to London from New Zealand where she attended the University of Otago and graduated with Distinction in a Bachelor of Physiotherapy.
Since graduating, Toni has enjoyed working in some of the best private practices in her hometown of Auckland. She has worked with a variety of clientele including high performing athletes, people recovering from musculoskeletal surgeries, children, and people wanting to get back to their normal fitness routines.
In 2021 Toni began working in a predominantly pelvic health clinic and has since undergone numerous courses to continue to develop her skills in treating pelvic floor dysfunctions. Along with musculoskeletal and sports injuries, Toni can help with pregnancy, pelvic pain, incontinence, menopause, pelvic organ prolapse and men’s health issues.
Toni has undertaken additional training in male pelvic floor examination and treatment and uses a holistic approach to treat the sensitive and often debilitating symptoms that men often present with.
In both musculoskeletal and pelvic health physiotherapy, Toni is passionate about empowering her clients through education to ensure they have the best understanding of their own injuries and self-management. She implements a combination of manual therapy, massage, dry needling and exercise prescription. This collaborative approach allows for a rehab program that can be suited to the lifestyle and goals of the client in order to achieve the best results possible.
Toni’s previous role included working in a prestigious school, where she helped manage sports injuries in the top rugby, football & basketball teams, as well as treating many common injuries related to adolescence, such as sever’s disease, osgood-schlatters and patellofemoral pain syndrome.
In her free time she enjoys staying fit by jogging and going to the gym and has exciting plans for her time at Ten Health and Fitness. She’ll also be spending some time travelling around Europe and the UK with her partner Phil.