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EMS Radial Shockwave Therapy Auckland

Our affiliated athletes

Moving with greatness. Providing osteopathic care, Shockwave therapy and acupuncture to some of Auckland & New Zealand's finest athletes.

Tai Webster

Tall Black | Perth Wildcats

Prior to playing college basketball in the United States, Webster won a New Zealand NBL championship with the Auckland Pirates in 2012 and an Australian NBL championship with the Breakers in 2013 as a development player. He played four college seasons for the Nebraska Cornhuskers, earning second-team All-Big Ten as a senior in 2017. He played professionally in Germany and Turkey between 2017 and 2020.

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Eloise Blackwell

Black Fern | Auckland Storm

One of a rare breed who grew up on Great Barrier Island, Eloise Blackwell has, since her 2011 debut for New Zealand, become a mainstay of the Black Ferns pack, following in the shoes of great second-rowers such as Vicky Heighway and Monalisa Codling. We are proud to be part of Eloise's team using Osteopathic treatment and movement analysis as a means of injury prevention and keeping her on the paddock as long as possible. 

Ella Fotu

Tall Fern | Harbour Breeze

Debuted for Tall Ferns in 2019 v Japan.

Ella was a member of the Tall Ferns team that finished runners-up at the 2019 William Jones Cup. She has played at the 2019 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Auckland and debuted for Harbour Breeze in 2013 as a 16-year-old. We are proud to have Ella as part of our Movement Mechanics Osteopathy family and look forward to helping with her injury prevention.

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Corey Webster

Tall Black | Perth Wildcats

Arguably one of the greatest New Zealanders to play the game, Corey has graced the court for a number of clubs from an integral part of the New Zealand Breakers, a regular in the New Zealand NBL, winning championships with the Wellington Saints in 2011, 2014 and 2017, and has had stints in Serbia, Greece, Israel, China, Italy and now Egypt. Webster signed with the New Orleans Pelicans prior to the 2015–16 NBA season.

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