Andrew is passionate about helping people achieve optimal health and the role chiropractic plays in both performance and function to achieve this. 

After working in the UK in the Event Management industry, Andrew changed careers after an accident led him to the chiropractor. Not only did he recover from his injuries but he became far more energetic, moved better and just felt better. It was during this time of care that he knew that becoming a chiropractor was the next step in his career path. Andrew retrained and graduated from the New Zealand College of Chiropractic.

He continues to attend seminars on a regular basis to keep his knowledge cutting edge. Chiropractic is always changing & developing its understanding of neurology, headaches, pain & performance.

Andrew has an insatiable passion for making a difference to his patients’ lives so that they can live a life of optimal health. There are many moments in Andrew’s life when he feels he is in his absolute element and most of those are when he is helping people to discover their true health and achieve their goals, so they can excel in all that they do and contribute by participating in their community and society as a whole.

When not at the practice Andrew can be found shearing sheep, feeding out the cattle or cheering, with his wife, from the side lines supporting their two daughters in all their sporting activities.

Andrew works at the Ponsonby clinic


Tom is passionate about helping people on their journey to becoming happy, healthy and strong both physically, mentally and emotionally. He enjoys seeing people from all walks of life, all shapes and sizes from babies to the elderly. Tom knows that when we live with a nerve system free from interference, not only do we experience optimal health, but so does our community. 


Tom grew up in Auckland where a tennis injury led him to see a chiropractor for the first time. He noticed how not only did chiropractic help with his injury, but it also helped with his sleep and energy levels. After looking further into chiropractic as a profession he fell in love with the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic and wanted to share this with his community.


On his time off you can find Tom Slicing his driver into the rough, playing hockey and tennis with his mates or going for a swim at the beach


Tom works at both the Ponsonby and Milford clinic’s