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JENNY WATTS

Physiotherapist

Jenny combines over 20 years ofexperience with exceptional hands-on skills to get you results.  Sheloves her job, and it shows. She trained in Auckland and has been lucky enough to treat high level athletes in a variety of sports.  
Jenny uses acupuncture and Pilates and a sound knowledge base.  When not at work, Jenny is hanging out in the waves or with her husband and two sons. Jenny works from the Upper Wainui Site and Raglan Medical.

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OTTO HOFMAN

Physiotherapist

Otto has called Raglan home since
2012. He is a Dutch trained physiotherapist with over 20 years experience. He worked for 10 years in the UK in a variety of settings including clinical specialist for one of the Centres of Orthopaedic excellence before moving to New Zealand. He enjoys treating a variety of Musculo-skeletal conditions including Post-operative and post- injury rehabilitation and has 
completed advanced acupuncture training and Pilates Reformer Instructor Courses. Outside work Otto enjoys surfing, spending time with his family and the lifestyle that Raglan offers. Ottos works from the Raglan Medical and Seed Pilates Site.

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KATIE RICHARDSON

Physiotherapist

Katie compliments the team with advanced Pilates knowledge on the mat and the reformer bed. Katie is also a qualified nutritionist who has an interest in Women's Health.  She is passionate about post-pregnancy exercise training and healing.  Katie lives with her husband and three children in Raglan. Katie works from the Seed Pilates Site.

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CAROL TAYLOR

Physiotherapist

Carol has been working in private practice for over 15 years. She has completed a Masters degree with post-graduate certificates in acupuncture and hand therapy. She enjoys treating a variety of 
musculoskeletal injuries and is passionate about helping clients reach their goals. Carol lives in Raglan with her husband and 3 children and will be working from the Seed Pilates Site.

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TIM GRIMES

Physiotherapist

Tim qualified from University College Dublin in 2017. He has an interest in sports injuries and rehabilitation, helping people to continue to do the things they enjoy. He has an interest in persisting pain and finding ways to continue to move forward. Tim enjoys the challenges of trying to find solutions for any injury and find a rehab plan that works for your lifestyle. When not at work, Tim enjoys surfing and wandering.