We are extremely fortunate to offer the infamous Pip Sail and her super talented Physio team


The general aim for our physiotherapy team is to improve a client’s movement and function, to reduce their pain, and to also attempt to prevent a recurrence.

Here at Physio Fix our physios have a reputation of resolving peoples injury’s when others haven’t been able to.  We believe that people come to us for our accurate assessment, our honesty and our successful treatments.

We feel that our clients wish to be the focus of their Physio, they want to be listened to and to be understood. Pain is real, limitations of movement affect people’s lives and we hear this.

Regular treatment sessions can include:
Mobilisation and manipulation
Soft tissue massage
Exercise prescription
Muscle balance assessments
Stretching & strengthening
Facial/Sinus relief (ultrasound)


Our Physio Team is lead by Pip Sail and includes Renee Hansen, Melissa Simpson, Matt Pringle and Teresa Victory

Pip Sail
 is a renowned physiotherapist with over 20 year’s experience.

She specializes in spinal and sport physiotherapy, and has a wide range of clients referred to her by a number of General Practitioners, Sport physicians and Surgeons in Auckland.

Pip worked with the ‘Auckland Aces’, the ‘NZ Promising Players’, the ‘NZ Breakers Basketball team’, and numerous other local sporting teams and individuals at national and international levels.

Pip has always lived and worked locally.  She is personally involved with running, netball and tennis.  She is a mother to three extremely talented young sportsmen, and a wife to a well recognized sporting coach.

Renee Hansen graduated from AUT at the end of 2009 with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy. She also went on to do a postgraduate certificate at AUT in Western acupuncture in 2013.

Renee has been working in musculoskeletal private practice since graduating. She did a small stint in paediatrics, working with children with disabilities in the education system.

Renee has a strong passion for sports physiotherapy and have been involved with sports teams since graduating. She has done work with weight restricted rugby union teams, school sports teams and representative teams.  Renee has been the Auckland Under 85Kg team physio since 2012 and as well as the physio for two New Zealand Maori tag teams at the Tag World Cup.

Outside of work she enjoys scuba diving, aerial sports and generally being active. She spends a lot of time outside of work with family, friends and her little Pug.

Melissa (Mel) Simpson graduated from AUT in 2016 with a Bachelor in Health Science Majoring in Physiotherapy. She is passionate about sports, in particular her chosen sport of Hockey. Melissa has represented NZ at under 18 and under 21 levels as well as playing for the Auckland womens national league team for the past 5 years!

During her studies at AUT she was involved with various sports teams such as the Ponsonby under 20’s Rugby team, the Northland under 18’s Touch team and the Mt Roskill Women Premier Hockey team. Outside of work (and training) Melissa enjoys spending time with her family in Kerikeri. She loves surfing, hiking and being in the outdoors.

Kate Wallis graduated from AUT in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Physiotherapy.  She has a passion for helping people through their injury and overall health journey. Kate relishes the challenges of working across different age groups and has a particular interest in the postural influence on injury prevention and recovery.

Having recently completed her Pilates Mat Teacher Training, Kate is certified to instruct both group and one on one sessions. Outside of work, Kate enjoys spending time with friends, getting into the outdoors, and heading back to the Deep South to see her family.

Matthew Pringle graduated physiotherapy from AUT in 2017. He enjoys the challenge of understanding patient’s problems, he is passionate about rehab and strength and conditioning. He wants to make a difference through prevention and reducing the chance of injury and reinjury. Matt plays cricket as a wicket keeper for the Grafton United Premier team and has experience playing football, tennis and golf.

Matt spent 2 years working with the Auckland Grammar 1st Eleven football team and is currently the physio for Eastern Suburbs Premier Women’s football team. In his spare time Matt enjoys fishing, diving and adventure.

Jasmine Stanton-Cook graduated from AUT in 2013 with a bachelor’s in health science, Majoring in Physiotherapy.

Jasmine has predominantly worked in musculoskeletal private practice since she graduated and has spent the last five years practicing in Australia. During her time overseas, she worked predominantly with sporting and work-place injuries; helping to develop rehabilitation exercise programs, return to work programs and provided onsite solutions. She has also worked at Disability Services Queensland where she worked closely with paediatric clients as well as patients with stroke and spinal cord impairments who required therapy in their rural region.

Jasmine has a passion for helping others, and loves connecting with people and working with them to not to just reduce their pain, but to find the cause of the problem and improve their biomechanics and overall function.

Eloise Carella – specialist paediatric physio. Eloise is originally from Scotland but now settled with her family in NZ since early 2018. She is busy with her 3 children and clinical education business as well as finding time to see her patients at PhysioFix and Eastwood Orthopaedic Clinic. Eloise works alongside the surgeons and specialists to achieve an outcome for children and their families. Eloise has worked in the UK at the largest children’s hospital in Glasgow for many years as well as community childrens therapy across UK and NZ. Her most recent post was at Starship in Auckland. Eloise is our highly trained paediatric physiotherapist, who has had the privilege of working with children of all ages and their families for over 12 years. This may be an ache or pain, injury or developmental condition but we can assess, diagnose and manage childhood musculoskeletal development concerns from birth to 16 years.

This includes:

  • soft tissue injury
  • sports injury
  •  joint pain
  • developmental concerns or conditions
  • post op orthopaedic rehabilitation
  • graded return to sport and activity
  • normal variants
  • Shoulder instability
  • Hypermobility
  • Hands
  • Torticollis
  • Back pain

If you have any concerns about your child’s growth, development or an injury that has occurred Please do not hesitate to contact Eloise to schedule a consultation. Children’s therapy is a specialist role and requires training and expertise to develop the skills to be able to recognise these specific needs of children. Make sure your child is seen today and returns to function.


Louise is one of our daytime receptionists.  She has worked in the Film and Television Industry as an Assistant Director before joining us at Physio Fix.  She lives locally in Epsom with her husband and two children and enjoys all that comes with a neighbourhood practice.  Louise likes to keep active – she walks most days, plays tennis and gets away for tramps with her friends and family.  Louise enjoys watching sport, especially football and netball, and likes to head out on the boat with her family when she can.



Kelly is one of our daytime receptionists. She has had a variety of working positions, from Property Management to Interior Design. She lives locally in Epsom with her husband and children. Whenever its possible she loves walking her Miniature Schnauzer, family walks, socialising with family and friends, when she’s not renovating her family home with her husband.