Janie Ogram  (Practice Owner)
MPNZ  Adv Dip(OMT)  Phys Acup
Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapist 
Advanced Lymphoedema Physiotherapist

Janie has over 30 years clinical experience in
the general management of musculoskeletal rehabilitation.
Her more recent specialty field over the past 10 years is in the holistic management of cancer and lymphoedema. 

Aveny Moore
Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapist
BradCliff Breathing Practitioner

Aveny Moore has thirty years of experience in Physiotherapy and joined Bay Physiotherapy in 2011 after running her own practice in Ponsonby for 20 years. She has post-graduate qualifications in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy and Manipulative Therapy with a special interest in the use of soft tissue therapy and exercise to support optimal movement. She is the editor of Sports Physiotherapy New Zealand and is passionate about maintaining activity across the lifespan to promote health.

Whether you are a fifteen-year-old rower or a seventy year old walker she will do her best to help you keep doing what you love to do. Knees and shoulder rehabilitation are her special interests and her goal is to not only provide direct treatment but to support self-help and management and provide you with strategies to prevent recurrence.

Vicki Lang


Lymphoedema Physiotherapist

Respiratory Physiotherapist (Bradcliff Practitioner)

After graduating from Otago University School over 30 years ago Vicki worked at Napier Hospital before specialising in musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. She ran her own Physiotherapy practice there before starting a family. After moving to Auckland some years ago Vicki trained as a Bradcliff Physiotherapist assessing and treating people with breathing pattern disorders.

Since joining Bay Physiotherapy, as well as using her Bradcliff breathing techniques and treating musculoskeletal patients, Vicki has also developed an interest in lymphoedema. She has completed her Level 1 Australasian qualification in this specialty and undertakes ongoing education in this field.

Angela Nixon
MPNZ Postgrad Dip Hsc
Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapist

Angela completed a Diploma of Physiotherapy at the Middlesex Hospital, London in 1980. Angela worked on rotation at Guys and University College Hospitals in London. She also spent a year in Hong Kong in 1982 and Canada in 1985. 

Angela moved to Plymouth in 1987, where she completed the McKenzie courses before moving to New Zealand in 1993. She became a credentialed McKenzie Physiotherapist in 1994. Angela continued to work in private practice in New Zealand. In 1998 she completed a Diploma in Acupuncture at AUT, then upskilled in 1999 and 2000 to receive a Post-Graduate Diploma in Health Sciences (Majoring in Acupuncture). Angela worked as a clinical assistant and examiner on the TCM Acupuncture courses run by AUT between 2001 and 2013. 

Angela continues to work in private practice. Her main areas of interest are in the McKenzie approach to the treatment of spinal and peripheral pain, and the treatment of musculoskeletal pain with acupuncture.

Natalie Eady
Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapist
Lymphoedema Physiotherapist

Natalie has over 20 years clinical experience in musculoskeletal private practice both here in New Zealand and in the UK. She ran her own locum business based in Auckland from 2002 to 2004, before joining Bay Physiotherapy. 
Natalie has post graduate qualifications in manipulative therapy and acupuncture. More recently she has qualified in the treatment and management of lymphoedema; an area which she finds extremely rewarding. 


Julie Gray 
Julie Gray joined Bay Physiotherapy in January 2013.
Julie studied Home Science at Otago University and worked as a Clinical Dietitian before leaving the paid workforce to become mother to William, Emily and Alice, all now gorgeous young adults. Following eight years of living in Hong Kong with her family, she returned to NZ and made St Heliers her home.
Julie loves meeting and greeting our patients. She is responsible for the efficient day to day running of Bay Physiotherapy and her main aim is to keep the Physiotherapists happy and to make sure that every patient who walks through the door knows how important they are to us.