Dr. Ricardo Baratieri in 2006 with the intention of creating a practice that would combine the best of traditional physical therapy with the principles and techniques of osteopathic manual therapy.
With over 20 years of clinical experience, Kristina's practice follows the philosophy that therapy is most successful when people are treated as whole human beings, not as individual parts, and her work is focused on finding and treating the root causes.
Kristina, PT, DPT, graduated from Physio University as a Physical Therapist with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Kristina has experiences and interest in outpatient orthopedics physical therapy and sport rehabilitation.
Physical therapist at the Hospital, in private practice, and at Physio University. Adjunct faculty member at Physio University and Physical University, teaching both physical therapy and athletic training courses.
Coordinator of Clinical Education and oversees both the volunteer aide and graduate student intern programs. Member of the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science and has an active interest in the growth of the greater dance medicine community.
Graduate Diploma in Physical Therapy
Member NZ College of Physiotherapists
Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Therapy
Postgraduate Diploma in Rehabilitation
Registered Physiotherapy Acupuncturist