The Vigour Physiotherapy Team

Clarke McKenzie

Physiotherapist

Clarke McKenzie - Physiotherapist
Katherine Rogers

Physiotherapist

Katherine Rogers - Physiotherapist
Rebecca Brown

Physiotherapist

Rebecca Brown - Physiotherapist
Naomi Jefferies

Physiotherapist

Naomi Jefferies - Physiotherapist
Clarke graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with a BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy. He worked in the UK before coming to New Zealand in 2009.

Since his arrival in New Zealand Clarke worked for CAPE Physio in Te Awamutu and took over the Cambridge Branch in 2010. Clarke's commitment to community work built up the CAPE Physio brand. In July 2015 he decided to create his own clinic Vigour Physio.

Clarke is passionate about sport and performance. Whether this be elite sport, social activities or individual goals and dreams. Clarke treats all clients like athletes and endeavours to return them to previous activity levels and challenges them to be better than before.

Clarke has worked extensively in the Cambridge community developing relationships with many sports clubs and schools. In particular the Waikato/BOP Magic Netball Team and most weekends in winter you'll see Clarke on the sidelines at the Hautapu Rugby matches. His passion for sport has allowed him to work with many elite athletes in triathlon, cycling, rugby, netball and soccer, along with age grade athletes in a wide variety of sport.

Outside of work Clarke is kept busy with his wife and the kids varying interests.


e: clarke@vigourphysio.co.nz

Katherine graduated with a degree in physiotherapy as the top clinical student from AUT in 2010. She has since completed training in pilates, the McKenzie Method, acupuncture and vestibular rehabilitation. Katherine has a special interest in sports physiotherapy and has previously worked with a variety of teams including Auckland Football, Leamington Rugby and the NZ Junior Track Cycling Team in 2016.

Not a stranger to injuries herself, Katherine uses her experience as a patient to treat her clients with empathy and make rehab fun. Outside of the office you can find her on anything with two wheels or behind her laptop as she completes her Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.

e: katherine@vigourphysio.co.nz

Rebecca graduated from the University of Otago in 2013 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. She has a special interest in sports physiotherapy and has experience working with several athletes and teams including; local senior club rugby Leamington Rugby, Waikato and Chiefs age group rugby and Waikato/Bay of Plenty football.

Rebecca uses a variety of "hands on" techniques for treatment as well as exercise/gym based rehab and dry needling.

Outside of work Rebecca enjoys playing sport and exercising, including football, tennis and squash. Rebecca has played football for New Zealand age group teams and continues to play at club/regional level.

e: rebecca@vigourphysio.co.nz



Naomi graduated with a degree in physiotherapy from AUT in 2016. Prior to this she completed a Bachelor of Sport and Leisure at Waikato University – graduating in 2011. Following this, Naomi worked as a personal trainer in Perth where she specialised in rehab and back to sport training, while also working as a group fitness instructor.

Naomi has a special interest in sports physiotherapy and has worked with a variety of sports teams including East Coast Bays Rugby Club, Rangitoto Rugby Club, Hautapu Rugby Club and Waikato Under 16s. Naomi comes from a sporting background and understands the complexities and pressures of sporting injuries, not only to the elite athlete but also the social sportsperson and everyone in between. Naomi strives to practice with a holistic approach and return all clients to their previous level of activity.

Outside of work, Naomi has a long list of hobbies and can be found out enjoying the elements – from wake boarding, fishing and horse riding, she is a keen adventurer and likely to be in the great outdoors giving anything a go.

e: naomi@vigourphysio.co.nz