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Samantha graduated from UCT with a BSc Physiotherapy in 1992 and has been in private practice since 1994 initially at Constantiaberg Medi Clinic in Cape Town. She then spent a year in private practice in Johannesburg where she completed the OMT1 course. Sam returned to Cape Town and Constantiaberg Medi-Clinic in 1996. This practice grew and developed into Constantia Sports Medicine Centre and was a predominantly orthopaedic and sports injury based practice incorporating a Sports Physician and Biokinetics Practice.
In 2004 Sam moved to Johannesburg and joined Physios in Touch in Rivonia where she was an associate until January 2013. Sam practices from the Cramerview rooms and has a special interest in orthopaedics, sport and women’s health
Sam is the Course Coordinator for the SPT1 Course in Johannesburg and is involved in post-grad lecturing for OMT1 and privately.
Sam is married to Stewart and has 2 beautiful daughters, Jozi Lynne and Mia Rose.

Bryan obtained his BSc Physiotherapy at Wits University in 1969. He married in 1970 and went to live in London where he worked at St Mary’s Paddington for 2 years. On his return to South Africa, he joined a large Physio Practice in Johannesburg. In 1985 he set up a solo practice and moved to Sandton Medpark. During those years he joined Civil Defence with Dr John Boden and helped organise the First Aid programme at St Stithians College. The Rugby Festival was held at St Stithians for 10 years and he was active with first aid and treatment of injuries.
He has also helped the Sandton Medi-clinic with their ante-natal programme.
He has been married for 43 years, has two sons. a daughter-in-law, a grandson and a granddaughter.
He joined Physiodynamix in March 2013.

Maria qualified with a BSc Physio from Stellenbosch University in 2002. After a year of community service in northern KZN, Maria moved to the greater Johannesburg area. Over the next 6 years she worked in Krugersdorp, Norwood and Randburg, before then joining a private practice in Rivonia as an associate for just over three years.
During this time Maria developed special interests in orthopaedics, spinal and sports injuries as well as pain management. Having completed her Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy Course (OMT1 course) in 2007, she has subsequently assisted and lectured on OMT1 courses, and assisted on sports physiotherapy courses (SPT1). More recently Maria has completed a number of modules in the National Pain Management Course, and is a registered PGAP (Progressive Goal Attainment Program) provider.
Maria Botma is currently working in an out-patient setting at the Physiodynamix rooms in Bryanston.

Georgie qualified in 2008 with a BSc(Hon) Physiotherapy from Wits University. She spent a valuable year working at Baragwanath hospital in 2009 for her community service year. She moved to the private sector in 2010 and began working at Ian Hacker’s sports practice at Wanderers which involved working closely with the Wanderers Rugby team. She moved to Physios in Touch in 2011 and began working in Orthopaedics at Sandton Medi Clinic. She has worked in trauma and burns ICU at Milpark hospital as well.
She completed her OMPTG course in 2011 and is currently supervising on the 2013 course this year.
She still works in Orthopaedics at Sandton Medi clinic each morning and at the Physiodynamix Cramerview outpatient practice in the afternoon.
Her areas of interest include sports injuries, post-operative treatment and rehabilitation, back and neck pain, and pain management.
Georgie loves the outdoors and enjoys cycling and running in her spare time.

Premilla qualifyed in 1980 with a BSc Physio from UKZN. She then worked at King Edward VIII General Hospital as a Physiotherapist and assumed a Junior Lecturers position at UKZN in 1982, lecturing in Paediatrics, Post Natal care and Surgery.
She completed her NDT course at Stellenbosch University in 1984.
Premilla married in 1985 and relocated to Johannesburg where she took up a Senior Physiotherapist position at Leslie Williams mining hospital on the West Rand. Premilla worked in her own private practice from 1989 until 2009 at LenMed Clinic in the South of Johannesburg.
She is currently working at Life Fourways Hospital as a part time Physiotherapist with Physiodynamix with a principal focus on post natal/post-surgery care.

Keryn graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand in 2008 and worked in the Government clinics for a year of community service. This instilled a passion for community work and she now lectures for WITS in the Public Health section of the Physiotherapy Department.
In the last two years she has worked in a Sports practice in Fourways and an orthopaedics practice in Parkwood. Weekends were taken up with ICU work at the Netcare Olivedale hospital.
From 2011 Keryn works at the rooms in Rivonia and at Fourways Life Maternity unit. Mornings are taken up with Equine Physiotherapy and she works with notable race horse trainers as well as showjumpers and dressage horses. Keryn is also currently doing the OMT1 Course this year.
In her spare time she rides as a Senior Quadrille rider for the South African Lipizzaner team which performs on Sundays at the Centre in Kyalami. She is also a director of a tutoring and extra lesson company which she runs with her brother and mum.

Merinda qualified in 2002 from the University of Pretoria as a Physiotherapist. She practiced in Cape Town at Wynberg Military Hospital until 2006, worked at Stellenbosch University in 2007 and has been working in private practice in Rivonia, Johannesburg since September 2007.
Merinda is currently doing her Masters in Physiotherapy through WITS University. Her interests are post-natal care and education, the treatment of children with developmental delays and the treatment of neck and back pain.

Fiona studied at Stellenbosch University, graduating in 2009 with a BSc Physio. While at University she was involved with the Cape Argus for 3 years, Maties and Durbanville Rugby clubs and the Cape Epic.

Fiona did her Community Service year in Vereeniging’s District hospital, managing the running of the Physiotherapy Department and working within the multi-disciplinary team.

In 2011, Fiona moved into private practice where she gained much experience in the areas of neuro, trauma and vascular surgery. She gained her training in Dry Needling and also found an interest in Woman’s Health Physiotherapy. She has since gained much experience through post graduate courses.

Fiona has been working at Sunninghill Netcare Hospital’s vascular unit since 2011 and Morningside Medi Clinic’s Post Natal and Surgical units, with PhysioDynamix, since April 2012.


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