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meet Our team

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Amy Cram
Company Founder & Director

After returning home from living and working in Australia and the UK, Amy built and now runs her own physiotherapy practice - Physio Direct with 10 rural clinics around the Central North Island. She has travelled extensively and is passionate about helping others fulfil their dreams. She started Ligament in  late 2019 after knowing first-hand how difficult it can be for clinics to find physio staff, and for physios to find opportunities that suit their interests and personal circumstances.


Being an experienced physio herself, Amy has a passion for the industry and a vision of using Ligament to support clinics so they can continue to take great care of their patients!

Amy is a Rotorua local born and bred, and enjoys the local outdoor activities with her two young kiddies, hubby and mischievous pooch.

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Meghan Olckers
Physiotherapist and Interview Assistant

Meghan is originally from Cape Town, South Africa. She spent most of her Physiotherapy career working in the department of defence as a uniform officer. Before leaving to start up her own physiotherapy practice.


She moved to New Zealand with her family in 2021. Meghan loves living close to the ocean and on her off days she enjoys being in the outdoors and won’t be far away from the beach enjoying the sun and surf with her family.

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Laken Tregonning
Placement Facilitator 

I have been a Senior Business Administrator for well over 15 years.

I hold a Diploma in Human Resources which guides me in my work with people daily.


Originally from Cape Town, South Africa, I arrived in Rotorua, New Zealand in November 2022.

I started with LigamentNZ in October 2023 as Placement Facilitator.


Apart from work, my kids and I spend a lot of our time outdoors learning and exploring. I also love my kitchen and being creative.

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Aneeka Davids
Physiotherapist and Superstar Seeker 

I am originally from Cape Town, South Africa. I obtained my Physiotherapy degree at the University of Cape Town. I moved to New Zealand with my husband in 2022 and have been enjoying the experience along with the work-life balance that New Zealand affords.  


Physiotherapy has allowed me to merge my passion of helping and engaging with people from different walks of life. Apart from work, I enjoy travelling, spending time with family and friends, eating good food and meeting new people. 

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