• The Team

  • Caitlin Clark

    Caitlin Clark

    Senior Physiotherapist, Director

    Director and Senior Physiotherapist

    Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Credit

    APA Sports Physiotherapy Level 1

    Caitlin is one of our Directors and also works one day per week as a Senior Physiotherapist when she isn’t busy with her full time job of chasing around after two young girls!

    Shea Hickman

    Shea Hickman

    Physiotherapist

    Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours

    Shea graduated from the University of Otago, with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and has worked in musculoskeletal private practice both in New Zealand and overseas.  Shea is a keen trail runner, rock climber and back-country skier, and spends her weekends exploring the Southern Alps. She enjoys working with a range of clients to help them manage their conditions, improve their function and performance, and assisting their return to the activities they love most.

    What does she love to treat most? General Conditioning, snow sports, climbers, trampers, trail runners, knees and shoulders

    Emma Jansen

    Emma Jansen

    Receptionist

    Emma has completed a certificate in Business administration and Technology at Ara and enjoys sports and going to the gym.

    She is our brilliant afternoon receptionist and is here to help with any questions!

    Shaun Clark

    Shaun Clark

    Principal Physiotherapist


    Director and Principal Physiotherapist

    Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Credit

    Post Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy

    Trained in the Watson Headache Approach

     

    Shaun came to Physiotherapy from a sporting background, having played rugby, football, and tennis growing up in Mid Canterbury. He gained his Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Otago University, after which he relocated to the Gold Coast in Australia, working in a Cross Fit gym and in one of the largest practices in Australia where he treated a wide range of patients from general work injuries to weekend warriors and top Australian athletes.

    Shaun has a passion for working with sporting teams and athletes which has seen him work with the Gold Coast Academy of Sport, the Papua New Guinea Olympic Committee on the World Rugby 7’s tournaments and at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, as well as with Mid Canterbury Rugby and hundreds of local Mid Canterbury athletes.

    Shaun is the principal physiotherapist at our Ashburton clinic and has a passion for treating and rehabbing athletes, to not only fix their injuries but improve performance. He also has an expertise in treating Headaches & Migraines having been trained in the Watson headache Approach and working with runners to rehab injuries, optimize technique and avoid overload.

    Rykie Greybe

    Rykie Greybe

    Senior Physiotherapist

    Masters in Sports Physiotherapy (2014)

    Rykie is a highly experienced physiotherapist with over 14 years of experience treating patients in South Africa and New Zealand. She has worked with leading neuro and orthopedic surgeons in South Africa, gaining experience in the acute hospital setting as well as in private clinic.

    She obtained a BSc Physiotherapy degree in 2003 and further her studies in Orthopaedic manipulative therapy in 2009. Her passion for sport led her to do her Masters’ degree in Sports Physiotherapy and research in running-related injuries. She has a special interest in running and triathlon injuries as well as managing training load. She is qualified in Pilates and Dry needling therapy.

    Rykie believes in a healthy active lifestyle. She focuses on a holistic approach to all her patients, from the weekend warrior to the professional athlete.

    Rykie particularly excels in treating: Persistent pain, low back pain, hips and shoulders

     

    Career Highlights

    Treating national and regional athletes in South Africa

    Consulting at the Southern King Rugby Union (2014)

    Worked at Ironman South Africa

    Physiotherapist for World Master’s Games Hockey (2017)

    Janine Marshall

    Janine Marshall

    Receptionist

    Janine is our part-time Receptionist. Janine is thrilled to be part of the amazing team at Physiosteps and looks forward to welcoming you as you arrive for your appointments

    Kristin Hastings

    Kristin Hastings

    Bachelor of Physiotherapy

    Kristin obtained her Bachelor of Physiotherapy in Otago and has since worked in New Zealand and the UK.  Kristin has worked alongside a range of different sports teams such as Fiji Pearls Netball, NZ U18 Women’s Futsal, Premier Men’s Football and Division 1 U21 Rugby. She is qualified in Dry needling and is passionate at guiding back to being fully functional and independent whatever their lifestyle may be.

    Kristin particularly enjoys treating sports injuries, knees and shoulders.