The clinic is very patient-orientated with the emphasis being on your best
The integration of Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Massage and Acupuncture and specialised referral sources is used to aid our patients in the best way possible, and not only for treatment but for advice and QUICK referral.
Each clinician will be prepared to pool his/her expertise with that of the others for the benefit of the patient who is, after all, the main reason for the health team’s existence.
Dr Lee Round – Chiropractor/ Clinical Director
I moved to New Zealand in 2015 and became the owner of Cromwell Health in 2018
I graduated from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 2006. Since then I have continued to develop my chiropractic education completing my International Chiropractic Sports Science Diploma, certifications in Applied Kinesiology and Active Release Technique. I have also done Dry Needling and Paediatric Chiropractic courses.
By having chiropractic care from a young age, I understand the importance of chiropractic care in childhood development and helping children reach their full potential. Before coming to New Zealand, I owned 2 family practices in country Victoria Australia, where I treated patients of all ages.
I enjoy being involved in the local community working with sports clubs and other community groups . When I am not at work I enjoy going to the gym, walking my dog and enjoying the amazing scenery we have at our doorstep.
Yuki Sueyoshi – Acupuncturist
I am from Japan and trained at a vocational college in Japan for five years to become an acupuncturist. After
My acupuncture is a combination of Japanese and Chinese style – very gentle safe needling. You will feel a unique sensation to needling when aimed at muscles or trigger points, acupressure points and bone.
If required, I can also use an electrical machine for muscle stress relief and I also use Meridian points for stability of autonomic nerves.
Acupuncture can help to keep you in good health.
In my spare time, I love Yoga and walking, drawing, painting, gardening. I am excited to be living in New Zealand amongst this amazing nature.
Acupuncture may help with the following conditions:
・Injuries to the neck, back and joints.
・Symptoms of the nose, eyes, ears, mouth
And many more. Acupuncture is one of the most appropriate forms of treatment to maintain good physical health.
Mina Yamamoto – Acupuncturist
I graduated Acupuncture School in Japan in 2008, training at clinics based on chronic symptoms, internal symptoms and rehabilitation. I came to New Zealand in 2017 and worked in an Acupuncture and Physiotherapy clinic in Auckland where I got the opportunity to improve my skills in treating acute injuries.
I enjoy treating patients using basic acupuncture techniques such as gentle needling, cupping, moxibustion, guasha and massage for relief of pain and relaxing muscles and nerves.
While in the North Island I got to enjoy the outdoor adventures such as cycling, hiking and swimming. I did an open water swim which was so much fun. I continue to do these activities in Central Otago and I am learning to Fly fish. I love being back to nature.
Elaine Tseng – Physiotherapist (On Maternity Leave)
Originally from Taiwan but have been in New Zealand for 18 years. I graduated from University of Otago in 2009 and worked for the DHB and also private practices. I had experience in all fields of physiotherapy but has a keen interest in sports injury especially winter sports. I fell in love with snowboarding and have chased winter for last six years and now settled in Wanaka. I have always wanted to be involved in healthcare. The hands-on aspect and the opportunity to interact with people and help them spark the interest in physiotherapy for me.
During my treatment sessions I focus on patients’ goals and by combining different techniques including dry-needling, massage, sports taping and exercise therapy to obtain the best outcomes possible for them. I am looking forward to the warm summer sun and the amazing fruits from Cromwell.
Shea Hickman – Physiotherapist
My journey began as a massage therapist over a decade ago. I became fascinated by the human body and decided to train as a physiotherapist to deepen my understanding of the body in movement. In 2018 I graduated with first class honours in Physiotherapy and have been working in private practice since.
My approach to treatment utilises a combination of exercise & movement-based rehabilitation with a range of manual modalities – including needling, bodywork, myofascial release and functional manual therapy. I am also a certified Yoga instructor and am able to incorporate yoga into therapeutic treatment.
I have interest in treating acute sports injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, optimising sporting and functional performance, resolving chronic musculoskeletal pain, managing long term conditions, and promoting general health and wellbeing. In particular, I enjoy working with shoulder and knee injuries.
As an avid mountain enthusiast, on my weekends I am usually in the hills climbing, skiing or trail running.
Barbara Carroll – Office Manager
I joined Cromwell Health in September 2013 as office manager and love the interaction with people from the local community who attend the clinic. It is a pleasure to work with a fun team of
I was raised in Wanaka and after several years in Auckland, where I worked as a travel consultant with a busy corporate client base, I returned to Central Otago in 2001.
I have 3 children who have all left home now, and 6 grandchildren. Outside of work my partner and I are kept busy maintaining our lifestyle block in Galloway and enjoy spending time exploring Central Otago and all that is on our doorstep.
Carlena Hinch – Receptionist/Massage Therapist (On Maternity Leave)
Originally from Auckland, I moved to the south Island 10 years ago and have lived in the Cromwell area for 4 years.
I studied full time for 3 years at the Southern Institute of Technology graduating with a Bachelor of Therapeutic and Sports Massage in 2014. I provide a range of treatments including therapeutic, relaxation, sports massage, trigger point therapy and neuromuscular techniques
I really love Central Otago and take advantage of the natural playground we are lucky enough to live in.