Physiotherapists


Darryl de Klerk
  • BScMed(WITS)
  • BScPhysio(WITS)

Darryl de Klerk

Sandton MediClinic & St Stithians

Darryl qualified from the University of The Witwatersrand with a Bachelor of Science in Medical Science and a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy in 1998. His special focus has been sports physio and he has since worked as a team physiotherapist at Surrey Country Cricket Club and Northampton Saints Rugby Club in England; and Wits Football Club and The Golden Lions Rugby Club in Johannesburg. Darryl has been in private practice since he qualified and currently works extensively with St Stithians Sports. Darryl is accredited with the South African Medicine Association.

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Claire Wilson
  • BScPhysio (WITS)

Claire Wilson

Sandton MediClinic

Claire Wilson qualified from the University of the Witwatersrand with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy in 2004. She completed her Community Service year in Standerton in 2005 and has been in private practice since 2006. She completed a course in Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy (OMT) in 2007. She enjoys treating Orthopaedic and Sports injuries and has worked with teams such as St. Stithians Sports Department and Wits Football Club.

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Marlinde de Vries
  • BScPhysio (Stell)

Marlinde de Vries

Sandton MediClinic & Life Fourways

Marlinde de Vries qualified from the University of Stellenbosch in 2007 with a Bachelors in Physiotherapy. She completed her community service at Potchefstroom and Witwatersrand Hospital. Marlinde spent some time in the UK where she gained experience in Neurological and Orthopaedic Rehabilitation. Upon her return to South Africa she started working in private practice and completed a post graduate course in OMT (Orthopaedic Manual Therapy) through the South African Society of Physiotherapy North Gauteng group. Marlinde has a special interest in Orthopaedic conditions, sports injuries and rehabilitation, as well as woman’s health conditions.

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Paula Maclaurin
  • BScPhysio (WITS)

Paula Maclaurin

Life Fourways

Paula Maclaurin qualified with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from the University of the Witwatersrand in 2005. She then completed her community service year at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital where she worked extensively in the Adult Burns Unit. She has worked in private practice at the Life Fourways Hospital since 2007 working with a variety of specialists, including Cardiothoracics, Vascular Surgery, Orthopaedics, Cardiology and General Medicine patients in hospital, as well as outpatients in the field of Respirology(chests), Orthopaedics and Sports Injuries. She has completed the SPT1 course and is now a lecturer and facilitator on that course in Johannesburg.

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Boudine Pierce
  • BScPhysio (WITS)
  • MSc Sports Physiotherapy (WITS)

Boudine Pierce

Life Fourways

Boudine qualified as a physiotherapist in 2003 and completed her community service at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in 2004. She spent 2 years working in London, gaining experience in various areas of physiotherapy, including on and off field injury management for a sports team. She has worked in private practice since her return to South Africa in 2007, owning practices at The Country Club Johannesburg, World of Golf and presently, Life Fourways Hospital.
Post-graduate studies include SPT1 (2008) and the completion of her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 2012 at The University of the Witwatersrand. It has been her passion to participate in the ever growing world of sport, treatment of sports injuries and using functional exercise to assist sportsmen and women back onto the field.

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Samantha Leeferink
  • BScPhysio (UP)

Samantha Leeferink

Life Fourways

Samantha qualified from the University of Pretoria with a Bachelors Degree in Physiotherapy in 2011. Thereafter she completed her community service year and an additional year at Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital with extensive experience in neurological rehab, general medical and surgical, orthopaedics as well as neuro-musculoskeletal and hand therapy.

Samantha has worked in the rehabilitation field with RehabMatters and has completed a Vestibular Rehabilitation course as well as a basic Cerebral Palsy management course. Currently she is working at Life Fourways Hospital where she has a special interest in the neuro-musculoskeletal and orthopaedics fields. She is completing her OMT1 qualification at present.

Furthermore, she is a qualified BASI Pilates Matwork instructor and has completed Dry Needling, as well as Kinesio Taping KT1 & KT2 courses.

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Martine Human
  • BScPhysio(WITS)

Martine Human

Sandton Mediclinic & St Stithians

Martine qualified from the University of the Witwatersrand with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy in 2005. She completed her Community Service year in Ladysmith in 2006 and has been in private practice since 2007. Martine enjoys treating Orthopaedic conditions, Sport injuries and Rehabilitation. She has worked with Kaizer Chiefs Football Club and is currently with the South Africa Ladies Basketball team.

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Simon Moore
  • BScPhysio (UCT)

Simon Moore

St Stithians Campus

Simon graduated with a BscPhysio in 2008 from the University of Cape Town. After completing one year of community service in Grahamstown, he moved to the UK where he spent time mainly in Sports Physio Private Practice dealing predominantly with sports related musculoskeletal injuries. He then moved back to the Eastern Cape taking a position as Lead Physiotherapist for the Eastern Province Rugby Union Academy in 2013 and was promoted to Head Physio for the 2014 Senior Side which participated in the Vodacom Cup and Currie Cup respectively. He is currently in his second year of Mphil Sports Physiotherapy Degree and conducting research for the South African Rugby Union ( SARU). He currently works predominantly at the St Stithians College Campus where he specialises in sports related injuries and rehabilitation.

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Floyd Lebatie
  • BScPhysio (WITS)

Floyd Lebatie

Jeppe Boys High School

Floyd Lebatie completed his Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at the University of the Witwatersrand in 2010. Since then he has completed the Sports Physiotherapy Course (SPT 1) in 2012. Floyd’s special interest lies predominantly with adolescent athletes. Currently Floyd manages patients at Jeppe High School for Boys and St Stithians College treating a wide variety of athletes across numerous sporting codes with emphasis on injury prevention, rehabilitation and performance enhancement being the goals of management.

He has worked with the SA Ladies Hockey and is currently with St Stithians College 1st XV and Jeppe High School for Boys 1st XV.

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