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Pip Greenwood BSc(Physio), PGD(Musc), Cred MDT, MPNZ

Senior Physiotherapist


Pip Greenwood graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University in 2001 and obtained her Post Graduate Diploma Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from AUT in 2014. She is Pilates instructor trained under the Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute.

Pip is a credentialed McKenzie practitioner. Her experience includes working with NZ Women's (White Ferns) cricket team and NZ Football. She is currently the physio for the New Zealand U20 Women’s football team and lead therapist for the Football Ferns.

Her special interests include spinal rehabilitation, manual therapy, core stability and performance training.

  • "I enjoy treating knees, and here at RJ Physio we see many knee injuries and clients suffering from knee pain. Having a great knowledge of how the knee works and wonderful facilities at RJ Physio, including two gyms and a Pilates studio, anyone with a knee problem should see the team. Call me today to see if can help you with your knee pain."

    Hamish Donnison

  • "I work with The Football Ferns and love treating football injuries. Having travelled the world with Football Ferns I have developed a great understanding and knowledge of football and injuries. With our great facilities at RJ Physio and our expert team, we are in a great position to help any football injury."

    Anna Barlow

  • "I have had great results solving peoples pain with acupuncture. Having qualifications in acupuncture I use the needles gently to restore my clients movement and help with pain and muscle spasm. Most of my clients love acupuncture and are surprised how gentle and easy it is. Call me today and ask how I can help you with acupuncture."

    Emily Lo

  • "Having experienced headache’s and neck pain myself I have become an expert at treating them. I have qualified with my post-graduate diploma in manipulative therapy, and love sorting out my client’s stiff and painful necks, helping them with their posture and returning them to work."

    Leighton Wills