Since graduating from AUT with his Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) in 2007, Prerit has worked at the Waitemata District Health Board in various roles including Orthopaedics, Respiratory, Musculoskeletal and older people’s health, and is currently working as a Senior Physiotherapist in the Pain Service. He developed an interest in Hand Therapy while working in Orthopaedics at North Shore Hospital. He has since completed his Post Graduate Certificate and is currently working towards PG Diploma.
Prerit works two days at the Greenlane clinic and has retained his position part time in the Pain Service at North Shore Hospital.
Prerit enjoys travelling and has travelled around NZ, Europe and Australia with his wife. In his limited spare time, Prerit loves to watch and play cricket, put his green fingers to use growing his own vegetables, experimenting with his cooking, and playing with his 8-month-old baby girl.
Registered Hand Therapist
Teri graduated from AUT in 1999. She has worked with patients with varying musculoskeletal and neurological hand injuries in their homes, in work-places, community and hospital settings. She also has over ten years’ experience in workplace ergonomics and equipment.
Teri’s special interest is scar management from working at Middlemore Hospital in the Regional Burns Unit. She completed her Hand Therapy post graduate studies in 2013 and joined Handworks in 2014. Teri currently works between the Greenlane and Botany clinics.