Bryce Milsom BHSc (Physiotherapy), PG Cert (Sports Medicine)

Bryce is a New Zealand trained Physiotherapist with a special interest in Chronic Disease management, Rehabilitation and Sports Physiotherapy. He is a trained Manual Therapist using both Manipulative and soft tissue techniques alongside rehabilitation principals’ to treat patients. Bryce has worked with Counties Manukau Netball and Northern Netball Zone to provide a high level of physiotherapy services to their elite teams and assist with injury prevention using the Y balance and FMS equipment. Previously Bryce has worked with Physiotherapy NewZealand with the Primary Health Care Working Party so that physiotherapists can become more engaged at this level of healthcare so that we can provide better ervices for those patients with chronic health conditions. On the sporting front Bryce has worked with Provincial and International Rugby teams and more recently with NZ Football and the U15 Men’s Team, Silverdale U21’s Club rugby team and Coast Swimming club.

On a personal note Bryce and his wife Rachel have three daughters who occupy most of their time outside of the clinic. Bryce has competed for NZ at the 1990 Commonwealth Games and the 1991 World Student Games as a swimmer, and also coached competitive age group swimming to a National level. Bryce remains passionate about all sports has also competed in Masters Swimming including holding several National records and medals at the Master World Championships in 2003.

Tamlyn Lowson BHSc (Physiotherapy)

Originally from Zimbabwe , I moved to New Zealand and entered into the sports industry however I developed a passion for helping people and seeing them restored to their full potential and this changed my direction and I gained my BHSC in physiotherapy at AUT in 2011. Since then I have worked in a private practice and was the head physio at a retirement village as part of that practice. I also looked after a  range of sports teams mainly grid iron and football. I enjoy musculoskeletal physio however my passion lies in respiratory physio namely the Bradcliff method. As a student my interest was sparked and I pursued this area eventually becoming a qualified Bradcliff practioner in 2012 , training under the cofounders Dinah Bradley and Tania Clifton Smith . Since then I have been connected through national network of practioners . I am a mother of two beautiful little girls and work part time at Total rehab as a senior physio therapist and Bradcliff practioner and I plan to further my develop my expertise in the Bradcliff method going forward.


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Anabel Graduated from Otago University's Physiotherapy degree programme in 2017 and joined us in January.

Anabel Chow BPhty (Physiotherapy)

Rachel Milsom - Practice Manager
Emma Judd - Part-time Receptionist