About our Papamoa Physio practice
Located in the heart of Papamoa at Fashion Island, we have convenient parking in front of our clinic and have a wheelchair accessible clinic.
We are a professional and friendly team who pride ourselves on our hollistic approach. We are passionate about guiding you through not only Injury recovery but future injury prevention. Our goal is to get you back doing the things you enjoy.
Leanne MarshallPrincipal, Physiotherapist
Julie joined the BIM Papamoa team in November 2013 as Receptionist. She is the person that greets you on arrival, helps with any queries and provides admin support for our wonderful physios. Outside of work Julie enjoys time with family and friends, going to the beach, Camping and Summer BBQ’s.
BPhty, MPNZ, PINC Certified Cancer Rehabilitation Physiotherapist, McKenzie Credentialled therapist, COMT (Certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy)
Leanne has had over 10 years’ experience since graduating with a Bachelor in Physiotherapy from Otago University in 2007. Leanne has worked in the hospital and private practice setting within New Zealand. She has also worked overseas in the Public Hospital system in England and Private practice setting in Melbourne Australia.
Originally from Hamilton Leanne moved to the beautiful Bay in 2015 and has been with Body In Motion since. She is a full time Physiotherapist here at Body in motion and a Pilates instructor. Leanne has recently completed a Certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy through AUT. She is certified in the McKenzie approach to treatment and provides rehabilitation to Woman during and after cancer treatment.
She enjoys using a wide variety of treatment techniques including manual therapy, home exercise prescription and education to ensure her clients a speedy recovery, they achieve their goals and prevent injury recurrence. When not at work Leanne enjoys spending time with her family and friends, cooking, playing golf and travelling.
BHSc (Physiotherapy), MPNZ
Courtney is a Tauranga local, growing up here in the bay before moving north to study at Auckland University of Technology (AUT). She graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Science, Physiotherapy. Hoping to return and reside in the bay and with a keen interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, Courtney obtained a new graduate position here at Body and motion.
Courtney’s treatment approach is a combination of patient education, exercise prescription and manual therapy techniques to rehab patients back to their previous functional level. Courtney is keen and is looking forward to being a member of the Body in Motion team.
Outside of work she enjoys playing basketball and netball and enjoys spending her spare time in summer near the water. With a keen interest in sports injuries and rehabilitation and also adolescent and youth injuries.
BPhty, Reg Physio Acup, COMT, Cert NZIMM. Member of PNZ, PAANZ, OASIG, NZMPA.
Paula has had over 20 years’ experience within the physiotherapy profession since graduating with a Bachelor in Physiotherapy from Otago University
in 1996. During her working career she has worked in a variety of settings developing an extensive skill base.
She holds a Certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy and has been a Registered Acupuncturist for over 15 years. This allows her to use a broad spectrum of treatment tools to ensure her clients
achieve their goals within an optimum time frame.
Paula is a part -time therapist for Body In Motion and also works with the Older Adults at a local Care Facility.
When not at work she is an active Mother who enjoys spending time with her family in the great outdoors or travelling.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MPNZ
Kelly is from London where she trained and started her Physiotherapy career. Graduating from Brunel University in 2009, she then worked in two large London based Hospitals gaining experience in a variety of clinical settings. After working in the NHS for four years, she decided to go travelling, broadening her horizons and emerging herself in different cultures.
After being away for over two years, Kelly eventually decided to settle in NZ. She worked in a private practice in Queenstown which allowed her to build on her skills and knowledge in sports and musculoskeletal injuries. Kelly is passionate about treating holistically to prevent injuries from re-occurring, working together with patients to meet their individual needs and goals.
Kelly enjoys all outdoors activities and is now looking forward to the warmer weather in the Bay of Plenty and being near the ocean. Travel, hiking/ camping, swimming, running and Pilates.