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47 Mackeurtan Drive
c/o Northwood Boys High School
Durban North
(entrance is the black gate on the right of Oscars Restaurant)

Email: clinton@kpmed.co.za

Monday - Friday: 7am - 6pm
Sat: 8am - 12.30pm

Contact Practitioners direct by Cellphone
or Phone : 031 564 7675



This multidisciplinary centre is in the heart of Durban North in Mackeurtan Drive. It was established through the need for Northwood Boys High School to have a High Performance Centre on their doorstep to provide the pupils and sporting teams a centre of excellence that can assist the different sporting codes achieve higher honours.

The centre consists of a team of young dynamic healthcare professionals including a Physiotherapist, Biokineticist, Chiropractor, Homeopath, Psychologist and a Family Practitioner. The essence of this centre is to service the school, staff, feeder schools in the area, Old Boys, and the general community of Durban North.

Our young and vibrant practitioners work exceptionally well together as a team, and are open to the general public for Sports and Lifestyle injuries and prevention. Medical services are available to the general public. This comes together with affordable rates.

Our consultation hours are Monday to Friday 8-5pm. Weekend consultations will be accommodated for by prior arrangement.




I am a clinical psychologist registered with the Health Profession's Council of South Africa. I have practices in both Durban North and Ballito.

I completed my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and Philosophy at the University of Johannesburg. I then completed my Honour's Degree in Psychology at Rhodes University in Grahamstown. Lastly, I completed a Masters of Social Science Degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

In 2008, I worked for an NGO working with inmates at the Johannesburg Correctional Facility. I provided inmates with individual and group counselling. The organization developed a rehabilitation and skills workshop and I was one of the facilitators.

In 2007 and 2010, I worked at the South African Depression and Anxiety Group as a counsellor working on their suicide hotline.

I completed my internship at Addington and King Edward hospitals in Durban. I then completed my Community Service year at Stanger Hospital in the Ilembe district.

• Alcohol & Drug Addiction
• Trauma Counselling
• Grief & Bereavement
• Abnormal Behaviour Therapy
• Bipolar Disorder
• Relationship Counselling
• Depression
• Post-Natal Depression


Special Interests - musckuloskeletal, orthopaedic, athletes, runners and triathletes.

Ashleigh White has completed her Human Movement Science degree at Rhodes University, this was followed by her BSc. Honours in Biokinetics at the Sports Science Institute of South Africa. Ashleigh White was lucky enough to complete her internship there as well. She then spent a year in Durban practicing Biokinetics under the guidance of Jimmy Wright, then returned to the University of Stellenbosch to complete my Physiotherapy degree.

She has worked in hospitals as well as private, multi-discipline practices since then, and has spent time practising in Cape Town and the United Kingdom following that, she has been practicing since in Durban again since 2008.

Ashleigh White has also hosted a number of multidiscipline practical running workshops over the past year and hosted an athlete’s information evening.

She runs regularly with Regent Harries and have blogged/ written for them for a few years and compete quite seriously in marathons and ultra-marathons.

Ashleigh White is also a family orientated women, married and has two young boys who keep her busy and young.


Special interests: reproductive, children’s and mental health.

Recently published a book aimed at combating diabetes in the Indian community, endorsed by Diabetes SA

She offers patients a more holistic treatment option, including Homoeopathics, Phytotherapy and Needling.

Colette is a Homeopath with an interest in Endocrinology, practising in Durban North. She is also a pathology lecturer and Discipline Head of Anotomy at Durban University of Technology, faculty of Health Sciences.

In 2007 she joined LIFE Centre where she developed an interest in natural fertility treatment. In 2008 she was fortunate enough to travel New York City to attend an "East Meets West" in reproductive Medicine Conference at The Berkley Centre for Reproductive Wellness.

Over the past 7 years her practice has developed as a general practice, but with particular emphasis on hormonal, childrens and mental health.



Special interests: sport and injuries and treatment and healing of children

Specialising in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disorders of the neuromusculoskeletal system (much like a physiotherapist) and the effects of these disorders on general health.

Dr Wiggett has been involved at Northwood School for almost 4 years as a hockey coach with the U16A team, as well as helping to run the hockey medics on match days. He also helps co-ordinate the Varsity College medical team for their hockey and rugby sides.


- Registered Dietician with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA)
- Member of the Association for Dietetics in South Africa (ADSA)
- Member of the South African Sports Medicine Associaion (SASMA)

I have a BSC Medical Honours Degree in Nutrition & Dietetics from The University Of Cape Town, and completed my undergraduate degree majoring in Human Kinetics & Ergonomics (HKE) and Psychology at Rhodes University. My primary interests are in general healthy eating, sports nutrition, eating disorders and cancer nutrition

Human Kinetics is a discipline focused on human movement and exercise and its impact on health and physical performance. This stimulated my interest in sports nutrition and the importance of nutrition for exercise and performance. I am passionate about exercise and completed a short course on exercise prescription in chronic diseases and special populations through Witwatersrand University.

I see food as nourishing and something that should be enjoyed not feared. I don’t see ‘healthy’ as being low calorie, but being the most nutritious option. I followed up my interest in eating disorders by doing further short courses on emotional eating, binge eating & bulimia nervosa and am waiting to complete my final course on restrictive eating disorders (anorexia nervosa, anorexia athletic and orthorexia).

Although weight management is what dieticians are mainly associated with, we also promote healthy diet and lifestyle and provide medical nutrition therpy and dietry advice to patients with medical conditions such as diabetes, cancer, Hypertention, hypercholesterolemia and more.

Certified Play Therapist.

Child Mental Health: behaviour problems, educational assessments, depression and anxiety, coping with divorce, grief and diagnosis and alternative management of ADHD.

Adolescents: mood disorders, problematic relationships with parents, low self-esteem, anxiety.

Adults: relationship difficulties, depression and anxiety, anger management, life-coaching, grief.

I am a qualified Counselling Psychologist with a Masters in the Social Sciences from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, where I received my Honours (cum laude). I am registered with the Health Professions Council as a Counselling Psychologist and have additional qualifications as a Play Therapist.

I have previously tutored Psychology at the Universityof Kwa-Zulu Natal and have been involved in a number of community projects as group facilitator and researcher. I also worked in the Student Counselling Centre at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal where I worked with a wide scope of issues ranging from depression and anxiety to relationship difficulties and career counselling. After leaving the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal I opened a private practice in Glenwood which I have recently expanded to include offices in Durban North.

Dr Azeema Khan is a Family Practitioner that graduated from Wits Medical School. After graduating and completing her internship, she worked in the UK in both
their private and public health sectors.
She worked in various disciplines, but largely in Emergency Medicine.Upon returning to South Africa she was invited to be an associate at the Bluff Medical Centre; a centre fully equipped with x-ray facilities, a theatre for minor procedures and a casualty/procedure unit. She practised there for eight years, having a special interest in female and paediatric health.

She then decided to take a short break to spend time with her two daughters, and has since resumed practice in Durban North, this being more convenient as she resides in Durban North. Her well-equipped practice offers a wide range of services that include ECG testing, blood sugar and cholesterol testing, equipment to deal with minor lacerations, removal of skin lesions, ‘tissue glue’ where indicated –esp for kiddies (meaning no needles needed!), and incision and drainage of abscesses.

She is also particularly known for her patient approach to papsmear testing and newer Liquid Based Cytology for cervical screening –at this consult female health issues are addressed and screened, a mammogram or bone density scan may be indicated. She is passionate about her patients and adopts an approach to a patient’s well-being that encompasses their social, emotional and physical well-being, motivating patients to be the best they can be!







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