Whole Body Osteopathy

14 Picton St Howick    |   104 Williamson Ave Grey Lynn

 104 Williamson Ave. Grey Lynn   |   14 Picton St. Howick

Meet our Auckland Osteopaths.

Whole Body Osteopathy provides quality patient-centred health care for the whole family in Central and East Auckland. We have a down-to-earth approach and take the time to listen to your concerns, and to understand the issues that are affecting your health. We are experienced and caring osteopaths with the skills to treat a wide range of conditions and disorders.

Our osteopaths, Phil Rowe and Jose Kunzler, are both highly experienced practitioners. They are members of Osteopaths New Zealand and registered with the Osteopathic Council of New Zealand. They actively seek professional development to ensure all clients receive up-to-date and specialised care. As a result, Whole Body Osteotheraphy is recognised as one of New Zealand’s primary health care providers.

Whole Body Osteopathy has two clinics across Auckland – Jose practices from our Howick clinic, while Phil covers both Howick and Grey Lynn.

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Phil Rowe

Phil Rowe MOst, PgCert (Acupuncture)

After 10 years as a massage therapist in London’s top health clubs and physiotherapy clinics, Phil’s interest in the body and hands on treatment progressed into a career as an Osteopath.

Phil graduated with a Masters of Osteopathy. This was followed by a Post Graduate Certificate in Western Medical Acupuncture at the Auckland University of Technology.

Although well-versed in common complaints and injuries, Phil has a specific interest in more complex conditions such as chronic pain, osteoarthritis, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and other digestive problems.

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Jose Kunzler

Jose Kunzler DO, BSc (Hons) PgCert (Acupuncture)

Jose graduated as a Physiotherapist in Paris before studying Osteopathy in France and the UK. He completed a BSc from BCNO in London and attained a Post Graduate certificate in Acupuncture at AUT in Auckland. Jose has been resident in NZ for the past 20 years.

As well as his work as an Osteopath, Jose lectures at workshops in Europe and Australia. Jose utilises the three main tools of osteopathy – Cranial, Visceral and Structural – in order to achieve the best results for his patients