Anna qualified in 1988 from the British School of Osteopathy. Most of her working career has been in New Zealand. Since 1992 Anna has practiced in Tauranga, Te Puke and Whakatane. She has been working from home in Papamoa since 2008 to balance family life, with her husband and 2 sons, alongside professional demands. Since July 2015 she has also returned to Te Puke Osteopathic Clinic and now shares her time between there and Papamoa.
Anna completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Health Science through Otago in November 2019 specialising in Pain and Pain Management. She continues to work towards completing her Masters. Previously she completed a Diploma in Law through Waikato University with a focus on Health Law
She has a particular interest in the neuro physiology of pain, biopsychosocial medicine and the evidenced based use of mindfulness for chronic conditions - as well as a general life skill.
Outside professional life Anna is Chairperson of Canoe Slalom Bay of Plenty. Tramping, mountain biking and a spot of adventure racing are on all the agenda when work, study, family and canoe slalom commitments allow!
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