Raewyn Phipps

Resonance Podiatrist Raewyn Phipps has years of clinical experience and a passion for musculoskeletal rehabilitation following surgery or injury. She holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Management from Otago University and is also a Level one Foot Manipulation Therapy practitioner (FMT). Raewyn values a multi-pronged approach to effective rehabilitation from injury or surgery for the whole population whether children, young athletes, the recreational or serious sports person, the non athlete or the aging population. Raewyn has opened a clinic in central town, Wanaka and is providing all aspects of podiatric care. She also has a range of podiatry friendly shoes including Revere, Vionic and Dr Comfort. Raewyn will occasionally take a little side line into netball shoes pre winter season. As well as podiatry, Raewyn is currently working part time for a NGO/charity So They Can. This role involves co-ordinating volunteers, helping at fundraisers and once a year taking an adventure trip to Kenya and and Tanzania where she can be found climbing Mt Kilimanjaro, running in the Masai Mara ½ marathon or cycling in the African Savannah. To find out more information about So They Can, go to http://www.sotheycan.org/our-story/ Raewyn is a proud member of Podiatry New Zealand

Recent Posts

Do Orthotics Help with Heel Pain?

05 April 2017 - posted by Raewyn Phipps

The foot is a very complex structure which is exposed to significant forces during day to day activities. Foot pain is a common problem and when present is known to adversely affect every day activities.  Whether caused by a specific incident or developed over time left untreated, foot pain can really slow you down.

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