Sunny graduated from AUT University in 2006 and has always had a passion to help people get back on their feet and enjoy their lives. Previously Sunny has had a range of experience, working in NZ and Australia. He started his career in rural Australia and then joined the team at Anglesea Sports Medicine based in Hamilton, where he worked with sports physicians, orthopedic surgeons and other specialists.
Sunny went on to start the Orthopaedic Podiatry Triage Clinic in Prince Charles Hospital in Brisbane. There he worked with the Orthopaedic Surgery team in Prince Charles Hospital to decrease the long waiting lists and helped many people get back on their feet when surgical intervention was not necessary.
Sunny returned to Cambridge to continue working with his passion for biomechanics and sports podiatry. He has treated a wide range of people, from the elite Athletes of NZ to the senior citizens of Waikato with lower limb and foot pain.
Sunny is the now the new director of Cambridge Foot Clinic and looks at it as an investment in to his future in the South Waikato. He is a keen supporter of the 'Stay Local Buy Local' campaign and believes the small towns will be much better off with support from everyone.
Sunny is a keen follower of most sports, and enjoys playing soccer, tennis and cricket. He is also taking up the tradition around Cambridge and started cycling. Sunny is married to Sarah, a GP in the South Waikato. They both enjoy being involved in the community and also support an overseas charity Kids First.