Welcome to Moorhouse Osteopathic Centre.

We would like to introduce you to the practitioners at our clinic. The centre was started in 1996 by Russell Johns. Stephen McCann joined the clinic in 2010 and Anne-Lise joined us in 2016.  All Practitioners are registered with the Osteopathic Council of New Zealand ( OCNZ).


                                                                                         Russell Johns                                                                                                               

 Russell-4.jpgGraduated with his New Zealand Diploma of Osteopathy in 1987. Since then Russell's continuing education has seen him develop expertise in osteopathic, visceral and cranial techniques. Russell has a wealth of experience treating newborns to the very elderly.











                                                                                         Stephen McCann



Graduated with BSc Hons in Osteopathy in 2004 and a four year diploma in TCM  Acupuncture/ Herbalism in 1994. Stephen is a qualified yoga teacher and is now studying martial arts. He has a broad range of experience working in private practice, health clubs and in the drug rehabilitation field. He particularly enjoys making his treatment sessions a proactive experience with emphasis on posture and movement patterns for long term change. Stephen is one of our ACC treatment providers at Moorhouse Osteopathic Centre.







                                                                                    Anne-Lise Girardin


Anne LiseOriginally from France, Anne-lise studied in London at the British School of Osteopathy (BSO). She has lived in Christchurch since 2014 and is thoroughly enjoying her life here. She is committed to Canterbury and making a difference to peoples health since the earthquakes.She is passionate about osteopathy and how it can help people. She has interests in sports like martial arts, skiing and tennis. Her osteopathic practice uses a variety of techniques including structural, cranial and visceral.