Amanda Viedma-Dodd MOst BAppSci
Amanda Viedma-Dodd is our principal osteopath having joined the practice in 2006. She is a graduate of UNITEC with a Masters Degree of Osteopathy.
Over her 15 years at Barrington Osteopaths, she has developed a reputation for her effective management of ongoing chronic conditions.
During her training, Amanda's research practice focused on infant health. Working alongside midwives and having children of her own, she has developed a special interest in obstetrics and pelvic pain.
Amanda is not currently taking new clients. If you would like to make contact with her please email email@example.com.
Nick Taylor MOst BAppSci BSc
Nick has been working as an Osteopath since 2009 after graduating from UNITEC with a Masters Degree in Osteopathy. Previous to this he studied Anatomy and Neuroscience at Otago University graduating in 1996. Nick has worked in Christcurch mostly with a small stint in Dunedin and Balclutha in 2011.
Nick likes working with all patients young and old, individually tailoring treatment approaches to their specific needs. Outside of work Nick enjoys activities including rock climbing, mountain biking, skiing, running and enjoying good food.
Nick is available Monday to Thursday
George McKenzie MOst BAppSci
People of all ages can see George for precise and effective treatment. He uses musculo-skeletal, visceral and cranial techniques to address the cause of the problem, working with patients to resolve pain or discomfort. When necessary, he refers and works with other health professionals.
George trained in Auckland, completing a Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Biology) and Masters of Osteopathy. He began practice in 2009 and he has undertaken extensive postgraduate courses in visceral (internal organs) osteopathy. These included courses covering pelvic pain, post-surgery osteopathy, obstetrics as well as an array of Barral courses.
George is available Monday to Friday