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Chris Pegman

With over 30 years of successful practice, Chris enjoys tailoring a variety of gentle to strong modalities that suit each person individually, helping you return to your work and to what you enjoy doing. He enjoys knowing who the person is, and sees that as important in order to help recovery.

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Janelle Gouman

Janelle is passionate about promoting well-being. Her interest in health, as well as the impact of pain and disability, led her to explore osteopathy. Janelle studied at Ara Institute of Canterbury, graduating with a bachelor's degree in Musculoskeletal Health followed by a Post-graduate Diploma in Osteopathy.


Caitlin Graves

Caitlin has always had an interest in science, human anatomy, and how the body works. This inspired choosing a career as a healthcare practitioner. Caitlin chose to study osteopathy because of its key principles and holistic approach towards healthcare. She also saw how much osteopathy helped her family with their injuries, aches and pains.


Grace Castle

Grace's background as a registered Osteopath, with qualifications in Bachelor of Musculoskeletal Health and a Post Graduate Diploma in Osteopathy, equips her to address a wide range of musculoskeletal and visceral issues. Her upbringing surrounded by horses treated by osteopaths has fostered a deep understanding of the intricate relationship between biomechanics, function, and pain.



Osteopathy is an established type of manual therapy that concentrates on the connection between the musculoskeletal structure and the biomechanical function of the body. It employs hands-on methods to tackle problems with the musculoskeletal system and stimulate the body's inherent capacity to heal itself.

Rather than simply treating the symptoms, Osteopathy strives to rectify the root causes, aiming to rebalance the body, alleviate discomfort, and improve its innate healing capacities.
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Chris, Caitlin, Janelle and Grace are registered with the Osteopathic Council of New Zealand (OCNZ) and Osteopaths New Zealand (ONZ), and are both ACC Treatment providers.

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