Jenny Storey

Physiotherapist – Grafton and North Shore Lab

Education:
Jenny graduated from the Auckland University of Technology in 2018 with a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy). Prior to this, she completed a Bachelor of Science (Biology) at Massey University.

Experience:
Jenny had a strong passion for injury prevention and this aligned her well to work with the New Zealand Football Injury Prevention Program; Fit4Football. Through working with Fit4Football Jenny’s philosophy of enhancing performance through prevention has been further strengthened. Jenny worked with Fit4Football in numerous events. Outside of football you may have crossed paths with Jenny at running events in the post-race massage tents with the Sports Lab team.

Professional views and special interests:
Jenny’s professional objective is to empower people with the knowledge and tools to achieve and maintain optimal health and wellbeing. She takes a holistic approach to treatment and tailors an individualized rehabilitation plan for her clients and their goals. Jenny’s sessions have a strong manual therapy theme in combination with exercise prescription to ensure positive change. Biomechanics and movement patterns are at the forefront when assessing, treating, and making a future plan with her clients.

Outside of the Lab:
Sports Lab is full of sports enthusiasts and Jenny is no different. Jenny has dabbled in many sports during her youth but focused most of her attention on rowing and hockey. After rowing for New Zealand at two Junior World Champs she changed tact and moved to Auckland to chase her New Zealand Hockey dreams. After 5 years with the Black Sticks and a few failed attempts to dodge stray hockey balls, she has hung up her stick, for now. She now participates in anything that involves a flat white at the end or a spectacular view.

Jenny Storey

Physiotherapist – Grafton and North Shore Lab

Education:
Jenny graduated from the Auckland University of Technology in 2018 with a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy). Prior to this, she completed a Bachelor of Science (Biology) at Massey University.

Experience:
Jenny had a strong passion for injury prevention and this aligned her well to work with the New Zealand Football Injury Prevention Program; Fit4Football. Through working with Fit4Football Jenny’s philosophy of enhancing performance through prevention has been further strengthened. Jenny worked with Fit4Football in numerous events. Outside of football you may have crossed paths with Jenny at running events in the post-race massage tents with the Sports Lab team.

Professional views and special interests:
Jenny’s professional objective is to empower people with the knowledge and tools to achieve and maintain optimal health and wellbeing. She takes a holistic approach to treatment and tailors an individualized rehabilitation plan for her clients and their goals. Jenny’s sessions have a strong manual therapy theme in combination with exercise prescription to ensure positive change. Biomechanics and movement patterns are at the forefront when assessing, treating, and making a future plan with her clients.

Outside of the Lab:
Sports Lab is full of sports enthusiasts and Jenny is no different. Jenny has dabbled in many sports during her youth but focused most of her attention on rowing and hockey. After rowing for New Zealand at two Junior World Champs she changed tact and moved to Auckland to chase her New Zealand Hockey dreams. After 5 years with the Black Sticks and a few failed attempts to dodge stray hockey balls, she has hung up her stick, for now. She now participates in anything that involves a flat white at the end or a spectacular view.