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Sharon Peck


Professional Designation: Dip Phys

Specialities: Physiotherapist

Hospital Affiliations: Timaru Public Hospital

Professional Boards and Affiliations: Member of the Physiotherapist Board of New Zealand Professional Conduct Committee team

About these Clinics/Practices

Sharon was an inaugural member of the Hypermobility Club of London and the South East, UK, led by Prof Rodney Graeme. She was a national Physiotherapist advisor for the Hypermobility Syndrome Association, UK, presenting at their annual conferences and a contributing author for a booklet “Hypermobility in Children” .
Since emigrating to New Zealand in 2004 Sharon has set up Physiotherapist Led Orthopaedic Clinics in Timaru and is the Clinical Leader for the Physiotherapist Primary Intervention Group. This team of physiotherapists treat arthritis in the South Canterbury community under MoH and District Health Board contracts.
In her part time private practice Sharon receives referrals from GPs and Consultants, as well as self referrals for children and adults suffering from the various problems of connective tissue disorders, in particular EDS/HSD and fascial scarring.
Sharon has presented to physiotherapists and doctors in the South Island on the the management of EDS/HSD and fascial scarring. She mentors colleagues, within and outside of her district, to support them as they manage patients with the often bewildering symptoms of hypermobility.

Practice/Clinic Information

Sharon Peck, Physiotherapist
70 Morgans Road
NZ CAN - Canterbury
New Zealand



Qualification Type: Undergraduate

School Name: Royal Orthopaedic Hospital School of Physiotherapist, Birmingham, UK

Degree: Dip Physiotherapist

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