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the rehab bio

© 2016 by The Rehab Bio


I work in a Multi Disciplinary Centre - @340onMain Road. I am a registered Biokineticists with the Biokinetics Association of South Africa (BASA) as well as a member of the South African Sports Medicine Association (SASMA) and the Health Professions Council  Southern Africa (HPCSA). I aim to help people get back from injuries and return to their daily activities that they are involved in. I have worked with many sports elite athletes as well as the average Joe or Jane and treat each person the same. My passion is knee injuries as well as posture correction, and back conditions, and in saying that i treat all orthopaedic injuries.

I am passionate about sports and participate in golf, running, cycling, swimming as well as I love to keep in tip top shape and ready for anything. I am a family man and to have had injuries, allowing me the opportunity to identify to my patients in the emotional journey required during the rehabilitation process returning to sports and activities of daily living. I pride myself in being ethical and reliable with all my patients and to provide the best clinical treatment for them as well as educating them on there condition during the process of the rehabilitation program.





May 22, 2017

Football Medicine Supremo Mike Davison: A decade of dramatic change in sportsmedicine/sportsphysio

How has football medicine changed in the past 10 years? What is its future?

Mike Davison, managing director of Isokinetic Medical Group in London, one of the FIFA medical centers of excellence, gives us an excellent overview of football medicine: past, present, and future. In this hard-hitting podcast, we also preview the upcoming Isokinetic Conference in Barcelona, where representatives from over 88 countries are attending.

February 04, 2017

Concussions - Complete rest until symptom-free after concussion may not be best for recovery

New study to be presented at Pediatric Academic Societies 2016 Meeting found that youth who exercised within seven days of head injury had nearly half the rate of persistent post-concussive symptoms a month later

November 05, 2016

Transparency and innovative thinking: how rugby is tackling concussion (Part One)

British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) is a multi-media information portal that provides original research, reviews and debate relating to clinically-relevant aspects of sport and exercise medicine. We contribute to innovation (research), education (teaching and learning) and knowledge translation (implementing research into practice and policy). We use web, print, video and audio material to serve the international sport and exercise medicine community

November 05, 2016

What predicts ACL rupture? What prevents it? Tim Hewett (Mayo Clinic) and Kate Webster (La Trobe)

ACL injuries are some of the most common and debilitating injuries in athletes. In this podcast, Tim Hewett and Kate Webster talk about the biomechanical risk factors for ACL injury, the role and potential of screening, and the use of ACL prevention programmes.

Tim Hewett is an expert in biomedical engineering work at the Mayo Clinic and Kate Webster is an associate professor at La Trobe University. They are both speaking at the upcoming Sports Medicine Australia Conference-more details can be found here-tinyurl.com/h4ndfy2

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