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Dr Craig Springate

Dr Craig Springate completed his education in Durban and attended medical school at UCT qualifying in 1986. He spent time in Canada before joining the Sharks as a team physician for 6 years and thereafter was appointed team physician for the Springbok U19 RWC in Wales and France and for the US team in South Africa.

Craig is currently running a hyperbaric oxygen therapy and wound care unit at St Augustines Hospital where he does minor surgical cases and emergency medicine shifts as well.

He has a general family medicine interest, wellness medical and ultrasound diagnostics and is married with children.

Sporting interests :- paddling, mountain bike riding, horse riding and adventure travel.

Clinton Grobbelaar

Clinton qualified as a physiotherapist in Durban in 1989 and went on to do his Sports Medicine Honours Degree full time in 1991 with Prof. Tim Noakes in Cape Town, following his 1 year military service in 1990.

During his 1990 year he was the sharks team physiotherapist. He then travelled to the UK, USA, Australia and New Zealand for 4 and a half years working at sport medicine clinics in each country.

On his return to South Africa, Clinton set up a Multidisciplinary Sport Clinic in Durban in 1996, which services many elite and recreational sports people. Over the many years of practice they have looked after many sporting codes: Sharks Rugby, Premier Soccer sides, KZN and international athletes, hockey, swimming, cyclists, cricket teams.

Clinton is a passionate individual who has rehabilitated many athletes and enhanced performance in these individuals and many sporting teams. He plays an integral part in Kings Park Sport Medicine Centre multidisciplinary approach to treatment and rehab.

Michelle Saunders

Michelle Saunders graduated from the University of Cape Town in 2002, before completing her year of community service in a government hospital in rural KZN. She has been a part of the KPSMC team since 2004. In her early years of practicing physiotherapy Michelle spent time working both in private practice, treating a variety of athletes at different levels of performance, as well as general outpatients and rehabilitation work. She was also involved in the medical management of sports teams both at a club and amateur provincial level. She competed socially in river and surfski paddling, swimming, running and mountain biking events.

In 2009 Michelle completed a year long postgraduate course in orthopaedic manual therapy, and in 2011 her training as a Pilate’s instructor in the New York Method, which has been complementary to her physiotherapy practice.

With 3 young children, Michelle now works part time at the Lion Match Office Park premises. She keeps fit with cross training workouts, and a variety of outdoor activities. She continues to regularly attend courses related to her field of special interest in orthopaedic manual therapy.

Kelley Marais

Kelley qualified as a Bsc. Physiotherapist in 2014 at The University of the Western Cape in Cape Town. She spent one year doing her community service at Catherine Booth hospital in Zululand and completed it in 2015.

She has completed level 1 and 2 of the Dry needling course and has done a course on Achilles tendinopathy.

She enjoys dancing and did modern dancing for 10 years and hip hop for 3 years as well as various other sports. She has completed two half two oceans marathons, the Midmar mile and the Warrior and Impi challenge.

She has travelled extensively overseas and brings a wealth of enthusiasm to the medical centre.

She currently operates between Mount Edgecombe country estate and Lion match Business Park.

Megan Tonkinson

Megan graduated from Stellenbosch University in 2020 with a B.Sc. Physiotherapy (Cum Laude). During her community service year in Brits (North west), she took the initiative to gain further experience by shadowing and assisting at a well-established private sports/orthopaedics practice in Pretoria.

Megan grew up in Australia where she represented Western Australia for hockey at a national level. She now enjoys keeping up with her running as part of a healthy and balanced lifestyle

To offer the best possible treatment to her clients, Megan has completed courses in dry needling (level 1&2), strapping and taping as well as a number of sports and orthopaedic webinars.

Megan is a passionate, happy and friendly physiotherapist who takes great pride in building relationship with her clients, and delivering the best possible care and management.

Timothy Vadachalam

Timothy qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2004 from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal. He went onto complete a year of community service at Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hospital in 2005. In 2007, he relocated to Cape Town and began clinical supervision and tutoring at the University of Cape Town whilst enrolled in the Masters in Sports Physiotherapy degree (which was completed in 2012).
He also began his football career as Team Physiotherapist for the following clubs:

Ajax Cape Town Football Club (2007-2008)
Free State Stars Football Club (2008-2012)
University of Pretoria Football Club (2012-2016)
Bengaluru Football Club (2016-2017)
Royal Eagles Football Club (2017-2018)

He has also managed injuries in a variety of other sporting codes including rugby (Sharks ladies), netball, running, cycling, weightlifting and volleyball. He was recently selected as part of the Medical staff for Team South Africa for the Zone 5 Youth Games (Gaborone). Timothy has an interest in strength training and is passionate about rehabilitation and returning his clients to pain-free function.

Marnus van Niekerk

Marnus graduated from Stellenbosch University in 2020 with a BSc Physiotherapy. He then completed his community service year in Bethlehem and worked for Free State Stars Soccer Club after hours. He has also been involved with Durbel rugby club, Northlink rugby club, Cape Town Marathon, Argus and Two oceans Marathon.

He is a sport fanatic that has competed in an aray of sporting positions such as playing, coaching and leading student sports on campus. He enjoys activities such as Running, Hockey, Hiking, Golf, Squash, Soccer, Cycling and Triathlons.

Marnus has done courses in Dry needling, Rigid taping and KT taping. He is keen to serve the Durban community to the best of his ability.

Sean Croxford

Sean qualified as a Physiotherapist from University of the Free State in 2014. He completed his community service year at Estcourt Hospital in KZN. He is qualified in dry needling, various taping principles and exercise courses. Sean is passionate about rehabilitation for acute and chronic conditions through evidence based practice.

Simone Vosloo

I have a degree in B.Sc. Human Physiology & Psychology & B.Sc. Physiotherapy from the University of Pretoria. I completed my community service year in Pietermaritzburg KZN, thereafter joining the Kings Park Sports Medicine team. I have always been involved working at many sporting events including, The Comrades Marathon, Absa Cape Epic, Blue Bulls Rugby Matches & 94.7 Cycle Challenge, just to name a few. I am passionate about sport and have competed competitively in running, cycling & martial arts. I am qualified in dry needling, taping & am dedicated about a hands on holistic treatment approach & restoring the physical and mental well-being of every patient I treat.

Misha Erasmus

Misha is a new member to our practice in 2022. She studied at Stellenbosch University and completed her degree in BSc Physiotherapy with cum laude. Thereafter she did her community service in rural Mpumalanga where she volunteered at a rugby club part time.

She is an ambitious and dedicated individual who loves to learn and grow constantly. She has participated in several sports growing up (gymnastics, dancing, athletics and netball) and supports a balanced daily routine.

She strives to add to her skill set constantly, which is why she has completed her dry needling and k-taping courses and committed to course series such as EduPro Health webinars. Her dedication has led to several awards throughout her studies and she will continue to work hard for her clients' benefit.

Nikolae Naidoo

I graduated with a Deans’ Commendation at the University of KwaZulu-Natal with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. I have completed my year of Community Service at Edenvale General Hospital in Gauteng.

I worked in community up-liftment and assisting patients through home-care therapy. I am currently the Lamontville Golden Arrows PSL team Physio and assist with player Rehabilitation. I have skilled experience in treating various diagnosis, including Neurological, Neuro-Musculoskeletal, Orthopedics, and especially well with Pediatrics. I also have experience in treating Covid19 complications. I am equipped with skills in Dry-needling, Strapping and Rehabilitation protocols.

I am truly passionate about the overall wellbeing of my patients in all aspects in life. I aim to follow strictly in the Batho-Pele Principles. My vision and mission in my career is to serve with excellence and integrity.

Caitlin Solomons

Caitlin Solomons graduated from Stellenbosch University in 2020, whereby she obtained a Bsc Physiotherapy (Hons). She then when straight into heading up the Physiotherapy Department, for her community service year, in a rural hospital, situated along the beautiful coastline of Transkei in the Eastern Cape.

Caitlin grew up in Cape Town and has always possessed a passion for a range of different sports. She has represented Western Province in Waterpolo, as well as competed in netball, swimming and squash throughout her schooling and varsity careers. She now has taken up CrossFit and enjoys hiking and exploring new places when she has the time.

Caitlin has completed her dry needling (Level 1 & 2), as well as attended numerous orthopaedic and sport webinars.

She strives to empower and collaborate with her patients; and through her experience, educate and inspire them to live a healthy and balanced lifestyle.

Joshua Gaillard

Joshua Gaillard graduated from the University of Cape Town in the year 2019 with BSc Physiotherapy (Hons). Following graduation he completed his community service year along the south coast of Kwa-Zulu natal and formed part of the rehabilitation team of a local community clinic and performed visits to surrounding rural clinics around Mtwalume.

Joshua is a Durban local and has always been an active individual, competing in multiple sports throughout his schooling and university days, particularly water polo, rugby and basketball. This was the inspiration to become involved within Physiotherapy and continues to fuel his passion for sports rehabilitation and working with athletes. During his time at university he assisted in the management and physiotherapy duties for a UCT 3rd rugby team and 1st team Basketball men and ladies and so too has dreams to be on the sideline one day for a national team. He is currently studying a Masters degree in Sports Physiotherapy and rehabilitation.

He hopes to improve all the lives of those people he gets to treat, to help them visualise and be the best version of themselves no matter the case or situation.

Tiana Strydom

Tiana Strydom graduated from Stellenbosch University, obtaining a Bsc (Hons) Physiotherapy degree. She served her community service year at Nqwelezana Tertiary hospital and fell in love with Kwazulu-Natal and its people. Weekends were spent exploring and diving the coastline of KZN.

Tiana grew up in Malmesbury and has always been passionate about a range of different sports including running, hockey, squash, tennis, netball, a true jack of all trades. Her passion for a physical lifestyle started at a young age, by spending afternoons and weekends running with her dad. This interest led to the completion of 9 half marathons to date. She is a proud member of the 5am club and is a strong advocate for starting the day with exercise. She has now taken up Crossfit and enjoys exploring this form of functional fitness.

She strives to connect with her patients through exercise and recovery. She utilizes her experience to educate and empower her patients to make healthy and sustainable choices for their bodies.

Ashnie Maharaj

Wits School of Therapeutic Sciences, defines Occupational Therapists as follows, “Occupational therapists are at the forefront of rehabilitative services and are important role-players in achieving social integration and economic participation for people with disabilities. The profession is listed as a scarce “growth industry” in many parts of the world and is diversifying into new avenues in South Africa partly in response to new legislation like the Labour Relations Act and the Bill of Rights.”

I am an Occupational Therapist specializing in Disability Management, Vocational Rehabilitation, Medico-legal assessments, Medical Negligence matters, Case Management. Further areas of interest are development of life skills and provision of relevant adjunctive therapies to clients with Depression, Anxiety and Chronic Pain syndromes. Having commenced private practice in 2005 on a part time basis and 2013 on a full time basis, I have gained clinical experience in both the Government and Private Sectors of Clinical practice. To add to my wealth of experience, entering the corporate sector, I have served as a Senior Disability Claims Assessor and Disability Consultant, assessing the validity of disability claims in the Health Risk Management Industry. Having gained this experience, my current function as an Independent Assessor of functional ability leaves me with an advantage when assessing these insurance and health risk management claims, as I understand the process and the ask.

Medicolegal services in the form of objective medicolegal assessments using a combination of standardized tests and selected assessment tools, are offered to Road Accident Fund, as a member of the current Panel of Experts, as well as Plaintiff Attorneys. My turn around time to provide these reports are between 2 and 4 working days, providing that all the expert information is provided to me timeously.

This host of services are offered at my offices within the prestigious Kings Park Sports Medical Centre, Durban, and the Rivonia Medical Sports and Therapy Centre, Johannesburg and through the recently approved Telehealth and virtual consultation methods.

Kindly contact me on 0846777551 to personally arrange an appointment, or call the office on 031 303 3874 / 011 807 9877 and leave an appointment request with my helpful associates. Should you prefer to email me, I am contactable on

BSc. OT (Wits)
Dip. Voc Rehab (UP)
Workwell Certified
AMA 6th Edition
Ergoscience Trained
Professional Body Registration:
Health Professional Council of South Africa (OT 0063509)
BHF (Practice Number 0255157)
Services Provided by Ashnie Maharaj Occupational Therapists:
Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE’s)
Disability Verification assessments
Medico-legal Assessments (Road Accident Fund and Plaintiff)
Medical Negligence Assessments
Lifeskills training
Adjunctive therapies to clients suffering from Depression, Anxiety and Chronic Pain Syndromes
Vocational Rehabilitation
Case Management
Telehealth / Virtual Consultation

Dr Neetu Moodliar

A contagious laugh, a magnetic energy and a bubbly personality with a wealth of knowledge in the field of medicine are what you can expect when you interact with Dr Neetu Moodliar. Her special interests are Integrative Medicine, Non-Surgical Aesthetics, Women’s Health, Evidence Based Nutrition, Nutrigenomics and Surgical Assisting.

She adopts a prevention is better than cure attitude and offers transformational strategies toward achieving a sustained state of perfect health, optimum wellness & peak fitness.

Her skill set includes individualised treatment plans suited to one’s unique needs based on a thorough clinical examination & lab investigations, hands-on aesthetic doctor training, delivering presentations at International Congresses and specialised neurosurgical & vascular surgical assisting.

With two decades of clinical medical experience and over a decade of aesthetic medicine experience, her less is more injecting style aims to enhance one’s natural beauty, increase one’s confidence and ultimately facilitate the transformation from ordinary to extraordinary!

Commence your transformation today… Call / WhatsApp +27 81 444 1692 or email

Michelle Tolmay

I am a Registered Dietitian with a passion for healthy eating and lifestyle. 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. I also have a Diploma in Sports Nutrition through The International Olympic Committee. My primary interests are in general healthy eating, sports nutrition, disordered eating and DNA nutrition.

Sports Nutrition
My Undergraduate degree in Human Kinetics stimulated my interest in sports nutrition and the importance of nutrition for exercise and performance. After finishing my dietetics degree I completed the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Diploma in Sports Nutrition to specialise in the sports nutrition field. I am passionate about exercise and fitness and practice what I preach with regards to training and nutrition. I am a qualified spinning and kettlebel instructor and have completed a short course on exercise prescription in chronic diseases and special populations through Witwatersrand University.

Disordered Eating
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 follow the intuitive eating principles and give focus to foods that make us feel good and that are enjoyed. I followed up my interest in eating disorders by doing further short courses on emotional eating, binge eating & bulimia nervosa.

DNA Nutrition
There is nothing more personalised than your specific genetic make up. There are now tests available where we can look at your specific DNA to predict your risk of developing chronic diseases. We can then advise on specific lifestyle and dietary interventions to help to reduce your risk of developing these diseases. I am currently enrolled in the Manuka course in Nutrigenomics.

Richelle Cavanagh

Richelle Cavanagh is a registered, private practicing dietician. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in dietetics and a Post Graduate Diploma in dietetics in 2005. Richelle has experience working in both government and private medical institutions but found her niche in private practice consulting. She is passionate about helping people achieve their goals in a sustainable way and believes that nutrition is the cornerstone of health, but that all areas of one’s life – physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually need to be in balance.

Richelle’s main areas of service include general healthy eating, weight management, gastrointestinal health – specifically IBS, and lifestyle diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and high cholesterol. She looks at her client’s lifestyle, likes and dislikes and offers advice best tailored to suit each individual’s needs.

Richelle is registered with the HPCSA, is a member of the South African Dietetics Association (ADSA) and is an EATFIT Approved Dietician.

Dr Charlton Butt

Dr Charlton Butt qualified as a Chiropractor in 2008 from the Durban University of Technology. Charlton completed his Masters degree by researching the relationship between rugby coaches, players, injuries and Chiropractic. Dr Butt also holds a B-Com from UKZN.

Dr Butt runs a family practice with patients ranging from as young as one week old to 93 years old; focusing on patients with short and long term spinal pain and conditions and the management thereof. He has an in-depth knowledge of the spine and spinal injuries and experience in treating them. Dr Butt does however have a special interest in sports injuries, in particular those related to rugby, gym, golf and running. Dr Butt has an extensive knowledge and experience in treating injuries within these sports.

Charlton has played rugby at Premier and higher level and still plays rugby for Crusaders in Durban North and for the S.A. Legends. He is active at gym in weight lifting, road running, surfing and golf. Charlton also enjoys 4×4 off road trails and jet skiing .

Charlton has worked with teams and sportsmen and women from all sports disciplines and at all levels ranging from school level to club and provincial. He has extensive knowledge in a vast array of sports injuries. His patients have competed in the Duzi; Comrades; rugby, tennis and cricket at the highest level; Two Oceans Marathon; and represented South Africa in body building events, to mention a few. Charlton is passionate about improving his patients’ performance in their chosen sports as well as keeping those injured “in the game”.

Dr Nannick Badenhorst

Dr Badenhorst combines chiropractic manipulative techniques with various soft tissue therapeutic modalities in her approach to painful conditions and functional wellbeing. Her aim is to unlock optimal wellness and peak performance in individuals of all ages and pursuits (neonate to geriatric).

A typical treatment routine involves: adjustment of fixated joints (spinal and extremities); soft tissue therapy (dry needling, massage, deep frictions, myofascial release, stretching); advice on corrective lifestyle changes (diet, exercise methods, postural changes, ergonomics, stress management) and prescribed self-maintenance (exercises and stretches). Furthermore, she has completed a master course in applying specialized strapping techniques using various forms of tape for specific conditions (eg arthritis, tendinitis) and injuries (ligament and muscle sprains and tears).

Dr Badenhorst has a special interest in the effect of manual therapies (spinal manipulation, acupuncture and massage) on the functioning of our organs, which is what she conducted her thesis on. Another field of interest for her is raising awareness among the youth about the role of core strength in the preservation of spinal health.

Dr Thirushan Moodley

Dr Moodley matriculated at Verulam Secondary High in 2007.He studied dentistry at The University of the Western Cape and qualified in 2012.

After doing his community service in 2013, he settled in Durban and opened his own dental practice in 2014 dedicated to his field of interest in Aesthetic dentistry. He obtained a certificate in Botox and Dermal Fillers in 2015 and offers a holistic approach to treating his dental patients. He is passionate about sports, and is a huge fan of the SA Cricket Team.

Dr Moodley is currently studying part-time through UWC to obtain a PDD in Implantology.

Lynne Mackey

Lynne Mackey studied a degree in sport science at the University of Kwa-zulu Natal, followed by honours in Biokinetics. She did her first year of internship with Jimmy Wright at the Sharks Medical Centre.

Her passion for surfing has led her to compete on the South African surf tour. She thrives on being able to help individuals struggling with injuries to regain their strength and to help them return to their sport or just helping sedentary patients to live a more functional painfree life.

Matt Wickham

Matt Wickham graduated from University of Stellenbosch with a BSc in Sport science in 2012. He then went on to continue to achieve his Honours degree in Biokinetics in 2013.

He completed his Internship with Jimmy wright and Associates gaining experience with professional sporting teams as well as clinical private practices.

Matt has a keen eye for fitness having coached cyclists and triathletes in a high performance setting for 4 years whilst practicing. He has also completed multiple sporting events, including Back to Back Comrades Marathons, Ironman SA Champs, multiple half Ironman distance triathlons and multiple Warrior Race Obstacle Courses amongst a variety of short races.

Matt has a passion for injury rehab and to return to sport post injury. He strives to get his clients to live a stronger, fitter, healthier lifestyle and his friendly nature provides encouragement to have the confidence to do so.

Beverley Peters

My areas of interest lie in preventative medicine (prehab), spine- related injury/pain and running-related injuries (special focus on biomechanics, forces and loading during running). This by no means will exclude any injury/ condition that can benefit from physical rehabilitation.

My sporting, academic and clinical experience informs my rehabilitation approach ( > 10 yrs).

In a clinical setting, my rehabilitation plan is determined by a collection of both objective and subjective information in the initial assessment (ViMove wearable technology is used for running analysis).

My approach is that “no injury/ pain syndrome is insignificant or too complicated. If there is a problem linked to your musculoskeletal system, there has to be a solution. It may just mean moving away from the usual approach and looking at it from a different angle”

Nikki Hamann

Nikki Hamann graduated from the University of Stellenbosch with a BSc in Sport science in 2017. She then went on to continue to achieve her Medical Science Honours degree in Biokinetics in 2018 at the University of Cape Town.

She completed her Internship year at the Sports Science Institute of South Africa gaining experience in neurological, orthopaedic, cardiac and sports injury rehabilitation. She is passionate about exercise as well as health and wellness.

Nikki has a special love for neurological rehabilitation and well as cardiac rehabilitation and believes that commitment to long term rehabilitation from both the patient and the therapist, will lead to life altering progress for the patient. She would love to be a small part of your journey helping you to achieve your rehabilitation goals.

B.Sc. Medical Science (Hons) In Biokinetics

Rizwana Ahmed

Have you noticed that life doesn’t always go according to plan?

Sometimes it can be the big things that get us down- the breakdown of a relationship, losing a loved one, the loss of a job or someone you love falling sick.

Or sometimes the things we desperately want in our life – that great partner, children, that amazing job – don’t come to us in the way we’d hoped they would.

Other times we might experience depression or anxiety, and we might try to fix them by cutting off from the things that we value, thereby making us even more sad or worried. And many times we humans just get stuck- we lack motivation or purpose… we’re low on confidence..we live on auto pilot and feel that life isn’t as vital or as meaningful as we imagine it could be.

Asking for help doesn’t come naturally for many of us. But speaking to a psychologist can assist you to see things from a different perspective. Therapy can be a helpful and supportive factor while you take steps towards living a life that really matters to you.

Rizwana qualified as a clinical psychologist in 2008 at the University of Kwazulu Natal. She spent one year doing her community service at Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town. She went into private practice in 2010 after moving back to Durban. She has been a part of the KPSMC team since 2016.

In addition to sport psychology, she has a keen interest in mood disorders, infant mental health, trauma related difficulties as well as womens mental health issues i.e. pre/post natal depression, infertility etc. She is qualfied to work with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families.

Rehana Mahomed

Rehana Mahomed qualified as a Social Worker in 2000 at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal. She completed her Masters in Social Work in 2006. Rehana has over 18 years of therapeutic experience with children, teenagers and adults. She has developed specific skills from working at various welfare organizations, schools/universities and corporates. She has extensive experience working with children, adolescents and adult survivors of sexual abuse and trauma. Rehana is involved in the assessment and treatment of children who have experienced trauma from abuse, disability, divorce, neglect and death of a loved one. She provides therapy for children and teenagers with poor self-esteem, suicidal tendencies and self-harm behavior. Rehana also provides counselling to adults for depression, stress management, anger management, relationship difficulties, grief, coping with disability, illness and trauma.

Areas of Specialty/Highlights
– Counselling to children (play therapy), adolescents and adults
– Couple counselling and marital therapy
– Loss and Bereavement counselling
– Parental support and guidance
– Trauma Debriefing
– Coping with Disability or serious illness
– Coping with Divorce
– Domestic Violence
– Employee Assistance Programs
– Academic: Social Work Supervisor/Mentor, Lecturer, Assessor, Moderator

Rehana offers a safe, supportive and nonjudgmental environment that facilitates healing and closure.

Zahira Rawat

Zahira Rawat is the Senior Optometrist at Kings Park Optometrist. In 2015, she graduated from UKZN with a Honors Degree in Bachelor of Optometry. Zahira has since worked in various private and public sector optometry practices, which gives her vast experience in dealing with common and complex visual problems. She takes a keen interest in contact lens fitting as well as paediatric and low vision testing.

At Kings Park Optometrist, Zahira wishes to improve lives by educating patients on their eye health and providing them with the best vision solutions to suite their lifestyle.

Services offered include:
• Comprehensive eye exam
• Contact lens fitting
• Glaucoma Testing
• Paediatric eye exam
• Low vision eye exam
• Detection of eye disease
• Sunglass and spectacle sales
• Repairs of spectacles

Zahira offers a warm and inviting environment at her practice and is always available to answer any eye related questions.

Phindi Msomi

At Beauty Within, we don’t believe in “standards of beauty” and media-driven ideas of what beauty should look like. Instead, we understand that true beauty lies within the uniqueness of each of us; that we all radiate from within; that perfection, like ideals and standards, are subjective. This philosophy forms the heart of everything we do and is the reason why we don’t subscribe to a one-size-fits-all treatment policy. Rather, we tailor our range of beauty, health and wellness treatments to each client, helping enhance their individual sparkle and magnificence. It’s what our clients, who have been coming to us for more than two decades, love about us the most!

Trish Roberts

At Beauty Within, we don’t believe in “standards of beauty” and media-driven ideas of what beauty should look like. Instead, we understand that true beauty lies within the uniqueness of each of us; that we all radiate from within; that perfection, like ideals and standards, are subjective. This philosophy forms the heart of everything we do and is the reason why we don’t subscribe to a one-size-fits-all treatment policy. Rather, we tailor our range of beauty, health and wellness treatments to each client, helping enhance their individual sparkle and magnificence. It’s what our clients, who have been coming to us for more than two decades, love about us the most!

Alison Taczalo

Fascia is the interconnected web that runs through and around the entire body. It surrounds muscles as individuals, groups of muscles, nerves, blood vessel and organs like cling wrap. The Individual layers – superficial, deep and visceral – continue uninterrupted throughout the body.

A unique, safe and extremely effective form of therapy, aimed at creating as little pain as possible so as to not form more trauma in the body.

This is a hands-on technique that involves applying gentle, sustained pressure into the fascia connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion.

Assisting in improving sports performance, everyday activities, digestion and treating injuries in short time. Increase of energy and blood flow, improve muscle movement from scar tissue that’s restricts muscle movement (including Caesar and scope scars).

Patrick Frickel

Patrick Frickel is the resident sport masseur at KPMED. He is passionate about his work and provides 100% effort in making sure his clients’ bodies are kept in tiptop shape allowing them to perform at their best.

Patrick works closely with other medical professionals such as biokineticists, physiotherapists and chiropractors in a holistic manner to provide the best treatment possible.

Numerous studies have shown the benefits of massage in preventing injury, improving muscle flexibility, reducing fatigue and improving endurance.

Debbie Majoor

Debbie Majoor offers the very best to her clients. She equips them with the knowledge and skills to achieve their health and fitness goals on a realistic level. She is supportive and committed to ensuring each client’s expectations are not only met but exceeded.

Debbie has worked with a wide range of clients in different age brackets and seen fantastic results in all. She will advise and guide you on how to live a clean lifestyle through healthy choices, frequent training and constant motivation.

Debbie’s Skills:
– Functional training – Weight management – Toning & shaping – Menopause – Stretching & flexibility – Special needs patients for example with Parkinson’s Disease and other similar diseases which affect a person’s mobility.

Debbie has also for the last year and a half being working with people who fall under the category of Special needs patients, such as Parkinson’s and has had extremely good results with keeping them mobile, which is an essential part in their daily routine to help retard the progression of the disease. She also consults with the patient’s Neurologist on a regular basis, in-order to see that they are getting the correct exercises and help for their particular category of Parkinson’s Disease.

People with Parkinson’s and other special needs patients, exercise is more than just keeping healthy, it is an extremely vital component to maintaining their balance, coordination, agility, mobility and various activities of their daily living. Exercise and physical activities can improve a wide range of Parkinson’s Disease symptoms.

Diploma in Fitness Personal Trainer – Institute of Fitness Professionals

Debbie Majoor – Personal Trainer Facebook page and @itrainwithdebbie on Instagram.

Train one on one or in groups of two or three . Book your slots and get in touch with Debbie on 0834561418 /

Hamzah Suleman

Having qualified as an exercise specialist I sought further training and specialisation in sports therapy and various other adjunct modalities. I am currently completing my BHSc Sports and Exercise Science with the intention of staying at the forefront in the field of exercise science.

My primary focus is on providing evidence based practice, assistance and advice to the general public and special populations in matters relating to various aspects of their health and wellness, especially those who do not have access to preventative and allied healthcare. This is through bespoke and highly affordable health and wellness consultation, sports therapy and exercise prescription.

My special interests are in injury and pain management, prehabilitation and disease prevention. I enjoy staying acquainted with the latest research in lifestyle medicine.

Qiniso Ndlovu

Qiniso Ndlovu is a Speech-Language Pathologist and Audiologist passionate about early identification of speech-language disorder and hearing difficulties. My area of interest is identification, assessment and management of hearing losses caused by excessive noise exposure of any source. Having commenced practicing 13 years ago, I have gained clinical experience in both the Government and Private Sector assessing and treating the following conditions;

Audiological Services
Hearing Assessment of babies, school children and adults.
Ototoxic assessment and monitoring for RVD and TB pts.
Pre, monitoring and Post Employment Hearing Assessment (On-site & Off-site)
Management of auditory disorders
Removal of impacted wax and foreign bodies
Hearing aids evaluation and fitting
Hearing aids repair, re-programming, and battery supply
On-site hearing aid cleaning and servicing
Earmould repair and re-makes

Speech-Language Services
Speech/language delays and disorders in children and adults.
In and out of hospital Infants oral stimulation for pre-mature babies (stimulate oral feeding, speech, and language)
Neurogenic speech/language disorders for children and adults (Autism, TBI, aphasia, CP, dementia, stroke etc.)
Dysphagia/swallowing disorders (Difficulty chewing, swallowing, and feeding)
Fluency (Stuttering), Articulation, phonological disorders (Difficulty producing words correctly) and Voice disorder assessment and treatment

Professional Body Registration
Health Professional Council of South Africa (STA 0028606)
Board of Healthcare Funders (Pr. 0293784)
National Black Speech-Language and Hearing Association (NABSLHA)
Board Member of King Edward VIII Hospital

Degree in Speech Therapy and Audiology (Wits)
Certificate in Neuro-development Treatment/Bobath (SANDT, Baragwanath Hospital)
Training in variety of Hearing Aids Instrument (SA)

David Bernstein

David completed his BA and LLB degrees at Natal University (Durban) in 1989 & 1990 respectively and went on to accomplish a Masters degree (LLM) through UNISA specialising in Trade Mark Law, following a stint as a Legal Officer at Salisbury Island in the SA Navy in 1991.

Thereafter David qualified as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa at Spoor & Fisher, a well-known Pretoria firm specialising in IP matters and he has lectured at several institutions in South Africa on intellectual property law and commercial law. In 1998 Jean de Chalain and David co-founded a specialist IP Boutique helping clients make money by protecting and enforcing their trademarks, patents and designs in a user friendly and cost- effective manner.

David has specific expertise and extensive experience in the protection and enforcement of trade mark portfolios owned by International Sports Teams, Supporters Clubs and Championships for example The Ineos Grenadiers, The British and Irish Lions, Rugby World Cup, The Melrose Cup (7’s rugby), Manchester United, The Barmy Army, US Open (tennis), Giant ( bicycles), Wattbike, 6 Nations Rugby and the world famous St Andrews Links Golf Course, recognised as “THE HOME OF GOLF”. He also acts for a number of prominent clients in the sports products, protein powders, energy drinks , nutritional products, collagen products, fashion, entertainment, 4×4, video game, horse racing, education, restaurant, food, craft beer, wine and whisky industries.

In 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 & 2020 Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) in its Annual World IP Survey based on input from clients and other IP lawyers recognised David as a leading individual / IP Star, for trade mark litigation, prosecution, strategy and counselling. In 2020 & 2021 World Trademark Review (WTR) – “the Definitive go-to resource for those seeking legal trade mark expertise which identifies the leading lights in 70 jurisdictions” ranked David as a recommended top trade mark professional and leading individual for prosecution and strategic advice.

He is also an overseas member of The Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (C.I.T.M.A) based in London which aims to protect the interests of all proprietors of Trade Marks. Outside of the office David enjoys travel, reading, cycling, rugby, cricket, chess, boxing and tennis (not in any particular order). David is married to Heléne and has two boys named Andrew and Daniel.