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Jason Cohan

Written by Emanuel | 25/07/2022

When Jason is taking a breather from treating patients, he enjoys spending his time on the golf course and doing all the great things that Cape Town has to offer. He is also a bit of a techy and is currently developing a mobile app to help golfers assess their own physical strengths and weaknesses as well as their individual skill level in a fun and competitive manner. Jason has

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Candice Robison

Written by Emanuel | 25/07/2022

Candice graduated as a physiotherapist from the University of the western Cape in 2017. She completed her community service year in Kimberly hospital in the Northern Cape. Since then she has spent the last few years working in Cape Town mainly in an orthopaedic private practice where she gained experience in treating patients in a hospital and outpatient setting. She has developed a special interest for post operative rehabilitation as

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Matthew Whittaker

Written by Emanuel | 25/07/2022

Matthew graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand in 2019. Thereafter he completed his community service year at Thelle Mogoerane regional hospital, located in the east rand of Johannesburg where he assisted in the management of the orthopaedic and musculoskeletal clinic amongst other hospital and community health programmes. He gained invaluable experience treating a wide spectrum of conditions and pathologies over the past two years working on a sessional basis

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Chantalle Steenkamp

Written by Emanuel | 25/04/2022

Chantalle graduated from UCT with a B.Sc (Physiotherapy) degree in 2017. She completed her community service in the rural town of Schweizer-Reneke, where she gained experience treating a wide variety of neurological, respiratory, orthopaedic and musculoskeletal conditions. She went on to stay another year in the town, and provided additional outreach physiotherapy services to the entire community. Chantalle’s passion lies in treating intensive care patients. She strives to aid patients

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Liam Bredeveldt

Written by Emanuel | 25/04/2022

Liam qualified as a physiotherapist from the University of Cape Town in 2018. He completed his community service in Ingwavuma, a small village in rural north KZN. In the 2 years following, Liam gained experience working in various hospital settings, treating a multitude of injuries in different specialised fields. His love for sports, football in particular, led Liam to assist a division 2 soccer team with their physiotherapy needs in

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