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About Us

At SoreBods we offer a hands on approach to the treatment of musculoskeletal pain whatever the origin. We provide cover under ACC for the treatment of injuries suffered by accident and provide exercise rehabilitation to aid recovery and programs for return to sports and restoration of lifestyle.

Osteopathy is often associated with musculoskeletal medicine – treating work injuries, arthritis and joint pain, sport injuries, back and neck pain, tension headaches, pregnancy and babies and other joint or muscle disorders.

Our Belief

Treatment for Elbow Pain, Treatment for  Hand and Wrist pain, Treatment for Shoulder Pain

While Osteopathy is amazing in so many ways, we also know that sometimes other factors need taking into account. At Sorebods we work with you to optimise your body in every way - restoring movement, reducing pain, strengthening and conditioning, postural alignment at your desk and car, exercise ideas & diet advice etc. Often simple changes or additions to your daily life can have massive impacts in how you feel.

Meet The Team

Meet The Team

We are a dedicated team of Osteopaths who utilise each others skill sets, ensuring our patients get the best support they need.


Belinda Fellowes

A graduate chemist, Belinda trained at the British School of Osteopathy in London graduating with Honours in 1986. Before emigrating to New Zealand in 1992, she worked throughout the UK and taught as a graduate tutor at the British School of Osteopathy & currently tutors at the Unitec Osteopathy Masters programme.


Coming from a gymnastic and athletic background Belinda is a keen mountain biker, offroad runner, and ocean swimmer hence is interested in all athletes and their endeavors young and old. She works extensively to resolve functional and biomechanical problems, headaches, migraine and complex pain and issues of aging alongside all other aspects of Osteopathic care.


Belinda prescribes rehab plans, pilates based exercises and taping and is a prescribing Orthotic practitioner using ‘Gaitscan’ technology where appropriate for footwear and gait correction.

Osteopathy, Osteopath, ACC Osteopath

Debbie White

Debs has been working with us now for over 9 years and brings her smile and enthusiasm along every single day! Deborah (Debs) White trained in the UK at the College of Osteopaths in North London graduating in 2009 and attended the Sutherland Cranial College. Debs moved back to Auckland in 2013 to continue her work as an Osteopath and Cranial Osteopath.

Debs is a keen sportsperson, enjoying most sports particularly softball and rugby. Debs is often found on the sideline taping her team mates during softball games. She is a keen runner and gym goer.

Debs has spent time training in other aspects of treatment modalities including cranial osteopathy for treating babies, myofascial release techniques, Kinesio taping and prescribing Pilates based rehab programmes and stretching to suit the individuals needs.


Fraser Roberts

Fraser has been treated by osteopaths since a young age, and has seen the various benefits of osteopathic treatment throughout a range of sporting injuries.


Seeing these changes that osteopathy made in his life pushed him towards a career in osteopathy, striving to achieve optimum health alongside those around him.

A multi-sport athlete (primarily squash, football, lacrosse, and trampolining), Fraser has vested interest in both injury prevention and rehabilitation.


Frasers Masters research was based around sleep and its relationship with pain and other common health problems. After completing that research he has become a proponent of the importance of the need for good sleep as a major health target and how to help people achieve that.


Vicki Cox

Vicki’s background in health and well-being has derived from an early interest in yoga movement and philosophy and ayurvedic therapy, which she studied while travelling in India in the 2008. After living in the UK and Europe for 15 years, she returned to the southern hemisphere where she became interested in osteopathy and its holistic approach to individual well-being, having many similarities to the yogic view of health and healing.


She began her osteopathic journey in Australia and mid-way through her studies, moved from Byron Bay to Auckland with her young family, to be closer to whanau and finish her master’s degree in osteopathy. She has experience in treating a broad variety of musculoskeletal conditions ranging from acute sports and recreational injury, to chronic and age related biomechanical changes.


Outside of the practice Vicki, her family and friends, make the most of the many activities that the great outdoors of Aotearoa has to offer, both coastal and in the snowy mountains.


Dr Nick Penney

Nick originally qualified as an osteopath from the British School of Osteopathy before going on to complete a doctoral degree in Musculoskeletal Medicine through the Centre for National Research on Disability and Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Queensland, in 2009. During the time in Queensland Nick was also an expert panel member on low back pain, and steering committee member of the Australian Acute Musculoskeletal Pain Guidelines Group who published a range of evidence-based clinical practice guidelines.

Nick specializes in complex pain issues 

including post traumatic or post operative pain, and chronic pain such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, irritable Bowel Syndrome, multiple chemical sensitivity or recurrent migraine that have no single obvious cause, but lots of contributing factors across a broad spectrum. His work looks toward improved physical, psychological and social function for his patients


Adele Myles

Welcoming you to Sorebods is Adele our Practice Manager, on the front desk Mon-Wed. Calmly keeping us all up-to-date with our appointment schedules. Adele enjoys travel and will be found holidaying in various regions in Europe most years!

She has been with SoreBods since 2011 and continues to be a valuable member of our team.

"To find health should be the object of the doctor. Anyone can find disease"

— A.T.Still- founder of Osteopathy

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