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Angela Moore


Angela is the principle physiotherapist with over 15 years experience in physiotherapy and working with elite sporting teams. Angela holds a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy, has completed a Masters of Health Practice in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and has a Post-Graduate Certificate in Acupuncture. Angela has extensive professional experience with all types of injuries; combining joint alignment, manipulation, massage, acupuncture, rehabilitation and exercise design.

Her areas of interest include sports and musculoskeletal injuries, migraine management, headaches, spinal injuries, spinal alignment, orthopaedic rehabilitation, chronic injury rehabilitation, women’s health, lower and upper limb biomechanics and motor control / movement dysfunctions and strengthening programs. Angela has worked with the NZ Junior Warriors, Auckland rugby teams, New Zealand soccer team, Auckland tennis, dancers, golfers and most recently the northern mystic netball team.

Vickie Li oGilvie

Vickie graduated from AUT with Bachelor in Health Science Physiotherapy (elective paper Therapeutic Massage) in 2006 and her Masters in Health Science Rehabilitation in 2017. She contributes to postgraduate teaching and research in the areas of breathing, performance and rehabilitation.

Her clinical interests include acute/chronic musculoskeletal injuries, pre/post operative rehabilitation, pain symptoms, dizziness, and performance enhancement through breathing pattern rehabilitation. Vickie has over 10 years experience in physiotherapy, working with people at different stages of rehabilitation in both the hospital and community settings.    

Kieran O’Sullivan

Kieran graduated from AUT in Auckland with a BHSc in Physiotherapy. He has been with Moore Than Physio for 3 years. His main interests is in exercise rehabilitation and strengthening and managing sports injuries. Originally from Canada, Kieran has lived in New Zealand for over 10 years as he enjoys the outdoor lifestyle and activities. He other interests involve mountain biking, snowboarding and tramping.

Luke Primrose

Luke grew up predominately in New Zealand and Australia, however has spent a large portion of his childhood in South Africa and Asia. His upbringing has lead him to have love for helping people and improving quality of life. 

Luke has always had a passion for sports and has 16 years’ experience in playing, coaching and umpiring basketball as well as over 3 years dance
experience competing at national competitions in Ceroc. Luke’s love for musculoskeletal rehabilitation draws from both his sports and his passion for patient centred practice.

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