Roslyn Physio Clinic

Roslyn Physio

The Roslyn Physio clinic is situated in the heart of Roslyn Village opposite the Roslyn Village Pharmacy. Roslyn Physio is surrounded by cafes, restaurants and gift shops. The waiting area inside Roslyn Physio is spacious as are our treatment rooms, allowing wheelchair access when necessary. There is also ample parking in the village car park.

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Roslyn Physio Team

The team at Roslyn Physio always act with integrity and professionalism with respect to all aspects of patient care. Our ethics are always aimed towards the patient and the team will ensure you experience quality throughout your time with us.

Steve Griffin - Director/Physiotherapist

Steve Griffin - Director/Physiotherapist Steve is a director of Roslyn Physio. Steve began with Roslyn Physio in 1998 and since then has been heavily involved in the local sports physiotherapy scene and still works with the Kaikorai Rugby Club premier team. Steve was involved with Otago Netball for many years and has been a provider to High Performance Sport NZ in the past. He enjoys the general practice nature of Roslyn Physio, as the clinic caters to all age groups. Steve has a manual therapy focus when it comes to treating musculoskeletal disorders, and a special interest of his is youth sport management. Steve says "it is vital that the youth of today are managed well through any injury as the demands upon the adolescent athlete are high due to their participation in many sports".

Outside the clinic Steve has been involved with junior cricket as Kaikorai Club President and has also been on the PTA at Otago Boys High School. He tries to keep fit at the gym and enjoys social golf (sometimes!), watching local rugby, and all forms of cricket.

Steve is married to Pip and they have two adult children Hanna and Tom.

1980 Diploma in Physiotherapy (Otago)
1984 Dip. M.T. (NZMPA)
1996 Post Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health Practice (Otago)
1997 Post Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy (Otago)
1999 Masters in Manipulative Physiotherapy (Otago)

Brett Woodley - Director/Physiotherapist

Brett Woodley - Director/Physiotherapist Brett has been a director of Roslyn Physio since 2008, but began his time at Roslyn Physio in 2001 as a staff physiotherapist. He is passionate about sports physiotherapy and was the New Zealand Silver Ferns Netball Physiotherapist in 2016/17. Brett is also a preferred provider to High Performance Sport New Zealand which sees him working with some of Dunedin's other top athletes. He excels at injury prevention by utilising muscle balance assessments and video analysis to tailor individual programmes which improve athletic performance and minimise injury risk.

Brett enjoys quality family time with his wife Stephanie and his two children Kate, and Nick. He plays a bit of golf, swims, and enjoys working out in the gym.

1996 Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Otago)
2005 Post Graduate Diploma Manipulative Physiotherapy (Otago)
2006 Bachelor of Science (Anatomy) (Otago)
2006 Masters in Manipulative Physiotherapy (Otago)

Natalie Smith - Physiotherapist

Natalie Smith - Physiotherapist Natalie graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Otago in 2011 and began working at Roslyn Physio in 2013. Natalie is passionate about helping people recover from their injuries and through her involvement in sport, has developed a particular interest in the rehabilitation and prevention of sports injuries.

Natalie is a current member of the Otago Women's basketball team and also enjoys running and playing social sports such as volleyball and netball.

2011 Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Otago)

Amelia Wardell - Physiotherapist

Amelia Wardell - Physiotherapist Amelia graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Otago in 2018 and began working at Roslyn Physio in 2019. Amelia is passionate about helping people regain movement and return optimal function. With a keen interest in sport, she is able to integrate principles from many areas to create the best treatment programme for each individual.

Amelia enjoys participating in many sports, both socially and competitively and keeps herself fit through a healthy lifestyle. Amelia would love to see herself continue to work with sporting injuries, as well as increasing children’s physical activity levels through group activity, as she sees this as an area of growing concern.
2018 Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Otago)

Thomas Heaton - Physiotherapist

Thomas Heaton - Physiotherapist Tom enjoys a range of physical activity and most recently describes himself as an average triathlete as well as a keen golfer. Tom can see himself continuing to develop his musculoskeletal physiotherapy skillset through working with the Kaikorai Rugby Club.

Tom has a particular interest in working with people to maintain and progress their physical capabilities, both during and after injury using a range of physiotherapy modalities.

2020 - Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Otago)

Tania Howell - Administrative Receptionist

Tania Howell - Administrative Receptionist Tania is the person you will most likely talk to or meet when you first make contact with Roslyn Physio. Tania has been with Roslyn Physio since 2008.

Courtney Robinson - Receptionist

Courtney Robinson - Receptionist

Courtney has joined the Roslyn Physio administration team in 2020. Courtney has vast experience working with people and will ensure that your needs are met in an efficient and friendly way. Courtney is a young mum of two lovely children and enjoys going to the gym.


    Roslyn Physio 287 Highgate Roslyn, Dunedin 9010
  • P: 03 477 1744
  • F: 03 471 8598
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