In 2000 Vicki and Jill combined their extensive physiotherapy experience to provide maternity services at Birthcare, then in 2003 started a pelvic health physio practice at Auckland Urogynaecology Parnell followed by provision of physiotherapy at OneSixOne Medical Group in 2014. They exclusively treat people with pelvic health issues.
They have established an expert team of physiotherapists dedicated to providing a careful considerate approach to the treatment of complex pelvic problems. The team regularly attends conferences/courses keeping current in their field as well as teaching other health professionals and community groups. All team members belong to the NZ Physiotherapy Pelvic, Women's & Men's Health Special Interest Group.
Meet the Team
Dip.Phys (1979) Dip Manip.Ther (1984), Dip CB Ed (1994), Post Grad Cert. Continence and Pelvic Floor Rehab (2004) Melbourne. NZRP, MPNZ.
In 1999 after many years in private practice, teaching in childbirth education and leading Aquanatal classes, Vicki took a position at ADHB to focus her experience on the physical issues affecting the health of women in the areas of urogynaecology, obstetrics, colorectal and pelvic pain.
Working at the Parnell clinic brings together her training and skills to benefit all those with pelvic issues.
Dip.Phys (1979), Post Grad Cert. Continence & Pelvic Floor Rehab. (2005) Melbourne. NZRP, MPNZ.
Jill has experience in numerous physiotherapy disciplines in NZ and overseas and will be known by many mothers from her 30 years at National Women's Hospital. She is active in teaching and promoting pelvic floor & continence issues throughout New Zealand.
Since retiring from ADHB her focus on private practice has allowed expansion of her physiotherapy skills in the fields of pelvic, women's and men's health physiotherapy.
Tania McLean (McNae)
NZRP, BHSc (Physiotherapy), PDG (Musculoskeletal), WHTA certified
Tania has a passion for keeping people moving which compliments her love of sport,
exercise and the outdoors. With over 20 years of physiotherapy experience in both public
hospital and private practice environments, she believes that pelvic dysfunction such as pain,
incontinence or prolapse should not be a barrier to activity.
Outside of work she can be found mountain biking, trail running, playing hockey or on the
side lines of her boys sports.