Meet The Team

Who We Are

Our dedicated team members are highly qualified physiotherapists and acupuncturists who are specialised in treating musculoskeletal conditions. Your physical health also impacts your mental health, so come in and have a chat with one of our friendly staff members to begin your road to recovery today.


Senior Acupuncturist 

Sean McIlvride

Sean graduated from the New Zealand School of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been mastering his craft for the last 20 years. He is a registered Acupuncture NZ member. 

His areas of interest are Musculoskeletal conditions and posture, digestive and food related conditions, neurological and women’s health. 

Methods of treatment he uses include Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal medicine Tuina (Chinese massage), Qigong, Dietary therapy, Japanese therapeutic techniques Seiho Sotai and Soseitai. He also holds a Level 2 Soseitai Trainers certificate certified by the College of Soseitai Trainers, Osaka, Japan. 

Sean speaks English and Japanese.  



Ramira Naidu

Ramira is a dedicated and passionate physiotherapist that brings with her a wealth of knowledge from years of working in the industry. Ramira focuses on musculoskeletal injuries, using a range of techniques from; mobilisation and manipulation, gym based rehabilitation sessions and dry needling. She has a drive for knowledge and prides herself on being able to offer the highest standard of care for her patients.

Ramira has a love for her community and work. She grew up in east Auckland and is looking forward to giving back to her community. Ramira’s most rewarding part of being a physiotherapist is experiencing the joy and happiness of her clients, as they achieve their physical and mental goals and return back to the things they love doing the most.


Practice Manager 

Megan Grayson

Megan joins the team with a background in Sports Development. For the last 10 years Megan has worked for various National and Regional Sporting organisations. She brings with her a depth of knowledge across the sporting sector and sport development.

Megan also shares a love for the community and culture within clubs and teams. “Physiotherapy education is vital injury prevention to help you get back on track and perform at your best when an injury does happen. Our team is here to help!”



Hasneeza Hassan

Hasneeza is a highly experienced physiotherapist who has been in the field for 5 years. Her interests include assisting clients with sports injuries, muscular issues, and neuro pathologies. She makes special plans to help each person, leads fun exercise classes and aims to make sure her clients feel supported. 

When not at work, Hasneeza loves photography, baking, cooking, exploring nice places and spending time outdoors with her husband and daughter. 

"Lets start this journey together and make positive changes". 



Susan Matthews 

Susan is a passionate physiotherapist who is passionate about helping people of all walks reach their fullest potential through movement. Susan is one of our full time physios who can help you figure out how to improve your mobility and manage your pain. 

Susan is constantly committed to learning and improving her skills to serve her local community through exercise-based rehabiliation and manual therapy. Susan has previously enjoyed working with older adults, a rugby team and paediatric populations. 

Her ultimate goal is to work with children. In her free time, Susan enjoys being outdoors, doing creative projects like quilting, and most importantly spending time with her loved ones. 



Sandra Su

Sandra joined is our friendly face of the clinic. She’s funny, bubbly and always ready to help! She moved to New Zealand in 1998 and have been living in East Auckland since. She enjoys doing Pilates, playing squash, boxing and exercising in general. Her current goal is to get qualified as a personal trainer and help more people get active and live a healthier lifestyle.

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