Our Physiotherapists are trained to expertly treat spinal conditions, sports injuries, muscular and joint problems, postural dysfunction, headaches, back pain and sciatica.
We are experienced in treating adults, teenagers and children.
David Woodbridge - Principal Physiotherapist and Director
David is a Manipulative Physiotherapist with over 25 years’ experience in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. He gained his Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Manipulative Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia in 1994, and is a preferred provider for the New Zealand Sports Academy.
David has worked with one of the eminent spinal surgeons in America and has been involved in spinal research with Professor Vert Mooney from the USA sports and spinal research centre in San Diego and has had research published in an international medical journal on treatment for idiopathic scoliosis.
He is the physiotherapist for the Auckland Grammar Soccer 1st XI and Auckland Grammar Rowing teams. In Australia he ran courses for Australian Sports Medicine and currently lectures to health professionals in Melbourne on his approach to treating back and neck pain.
David lectures to major companies and their staff on muscle imbalance and its role in causing injuries to the everyday person.
Andy McGregor- Principal Physiotherapist and Director
Andy is an experienced physiotherapist who has been in private practice for over 10 years. He is experienced and skilled in clinical assessment, manual/manipulative therapy and rehabilitation. Andy has a special interest in the rehabilitation of lumbar spine, shoulder and sports injuries, including concussion. He also enjoys working with post-surgical orthopaedic rehabilitation patients.
Andy is a big rugby fan and is heavily involved in the sport. He is the current team physiotherapist for the New Zealand Schools Barbarians team and the Auckland Grammar School 1st XV Rugby team. He has been involved in Auckland 1A Schools Rugby as a team physiotherapist since 2008, and has also been involved with Auckland Rugby since 2010 with various teams; most recently as Physio for the Auckland Under 19 Rugby Team.
Andy also oversees rehabilitation requirements for Auckland Grammar 1st XI Hockey and MAGS Rowing Squad. It is his experience with the all of the aforementioned teams and his passion for sport that has allowed him to develop skills in injury management and prevention.
Away from the clinic Andy is married with two young boisterous lads. He is a car enthusiast and a keen motorsport fan and likes to play golf as often as time allows. He also has an extensive history of playing and coaching hockey at a high level.
Zona Quinton – Practice Manager
Zona joined the team at Functional Physio and MedStrength in 2016.
She manages the administration, accounts and support staff for the clinic and enjoys interacting with clients wherever possible.
In her free time she is interested in holistic health & wellness and is addicted to travel and overseas exploration.
Fabian Law – Physiotherapist
Fabian completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Otago in 2013 and worked in a private physiotherapy practice prior to joining the team at Functional Physio.
Fabian has a keen interest in manual therapy, musculoskeletal physiotherapy and sports physiotherapy. He has enjoyed providing physiotherapy to players from a variety of sports but has found rugby to be his passion. Over the past three years, Fabian has been involved with rugby in Counties Manukau where he has been the physiotherapist for Drury RFC, Papakura RFC and Counties Manukau U16.
Fabian is passionate about player welfare, including injury prevention and strength and conditioning. He has a keen interest in concussion and biomechanics.
When he is not working in the clinic or running around the sidelines of a rugby pitch, Fabian enjoys spending his time outdoors and travelling.
Sarah Wood – Physiotherapist
Sarah graduated from AUT in Auckland with a BHSc Physiotherapy. She has finished postgraduate study in acupuncture and is looking to complete a Masters Degree in the coming years.
Prior to becoming a physiotherapist, Sarah completed a Sport Management degree, then followed her love of snow and moved to the mountains. Sarah is an internationally-certified ski instructor which has allowed her to ski and work throughout New Zealand, Canada, the USA and Japan.
As a former competitive skier, Sarah has developed a strong understanding of injuries and rehabilitation. She has a particular interest in rehabilitating sports injuries, particularly shoulders, through the use of hands-on techniques, acupuncture and gym-based exercises. As well as a strong gym focus, Sarah also specialises in dry needling and kinesio taping.
Outside of work, Sarah enjoys hiking, travel and cooking, and of course, skiing as much as possible during winter.
Payal Choksi – Receptionist
Payal joined the Functional Physio team as receptionist in June 2016.
She has a background in the health care and customer service sectors.
In her spare time she enjoys participating in graphic design competitions and web browsing.