Welcome to the Motus management team

Management Team

Grant Chittock

Managing Director

Grant has 18 yearsÂ’ experience of being a manipulative physiotherapist and working with high level sports teams and individuals in the US, UK and New Zealand. He has a passion for business and is committed to finding a way to apply a corporate structure to the physiotherapy industry to achieve clinical excellence. A few years ago, Grant completed The ICEHOUSE owner manager programme and embarked on a vision of creating the Motus network, helping clinic partners to further grow their businesses.

Tamsin Chittock

Quality Assurance

Tamsin has worked with a number of high profile sporting organisations, including Rowing New Zealand and Kayaking New Zealand, and continues to work clinically at an elite level with High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ). This environment encourages a strong belief in performance excellence and establishing a culture to support this. Her role with Motus is to help clinic owners integrate the Motus culture and practices into their business, while maintaining consistency of care from a patient experience point of view.

Julian Firth

Business Unit Manager

Julian has 20 yearsÂ’ high level experience as a physio, beginning his career in the public sector before entering the private sector and specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He now combines a clinical role alongside the management of the largest Motus site, with a focus on integrating the Motus core values within a structure that involves other stakeholders.

Brett Warman

Clinical Director

Brett is our principal clinical coordinator, and is responsible for managing the clinical education and mentoring programme across the network. Brett has a Masters in physiotherapy, and currently works for NZ Hockey. He has also worked with a host of elite sports teams, including Canterbury Cricket, Canterbury Tactix, Canterbury Hockey and various senior rugby teams. In addition, Brett manages a Motus site.

Brigit Murray

Project Manager

Brigit has a Masters in Physiotherapy and has been instrumental in establishing new service contracts for the group. She has developed our occupational health division (Occupational Health Canterbury Ltd) and works closely with the District Health Board, Primary Health Organisations and Ministry of Health to ensure the Motus sites are part of delivering community initiatives to keep people active. Brigit has developed a strong skill set in health and safety within the workforce and has considerable experience in dealing with large organisations such as New Zealand Post, Air New Zealand and Fonterra.