I would have never dreamed that I could love my daily job as much as I do now. It has been a joyride since being able to officially call myself a Physiotherapist at the inception of Steenkamp Physiotherapy in 2004, which completely changed my life, and growing it into the multi-disciplinary practice as it stands today, with a team of wonderfully talented people.
It is said that you are supposed to change lives when immersed in helping people to heal, but I came to realise that my practice and the daily living around it changed and sculpted my own life. Each impacting me in their own way – my patients, their aches and pains, physically and emotionally, the friendships, even during the loss of patients after illness, the joys of hard training, rehabilitation, and relentless treatments which paid off. All of this makes life worth living for and enables us to stay hands-on, humble and really connected to our patients, in order to assist them with the best and most heartfelt path to healing.
Welcome to our practice!
Lindi completed her degree at the University of the Free State in 2014. She completed her community service at 1 Military Hospital.
She completed her NMS/OMT qualification and likes to apply it especially in an outpatient-based setting.
She has previous work experience in the sport arena, working in a multi-disciplinary team and has worked closely with orthopaedic specialists in hospitals. She has treated a variety of conditions and attended courses to expand her expertise.
Treating anything from: TMJ pain and dysfunction, headaches, neck and back pain, shoulder, elbow, knee, ankle, hip pain and women’s health related pain and dysfunction.
Enjoying exercise herself, Lindi understands movement and is good with pain management and rehabilitation. She enjoys seeing results from treatment received and is passionate about her work. She believes in self-management and empowering you to be the best version of yourself- physically and mentally.
Cathy qualified in 1976 as a Physiotherapist and obtained a degree in Psychology (BA Psychology- UNISA).
She completed SPT1 (Sports Physiotherapy) postgraduate. She has work experience in many area’s including outpatient-based practice, rehabilitation of paraplegics, quadriplegics, amputees, sport injuries and multiple orthopedic conditions.
She is involved in training of disabled athletes at an international level and has attended many Paralympics and other sport events as a Physiotherapist.
Qualified at Tuks as a Physiotherapist 32 years ago. ‘I never chose it but my love for sport and orthopaedic Physiotherapy chose me.’
Lizette was the first female Physiotherapist of a provincial sport team in 1996. She was the team Physiotherapist for the Tuks, Pumas and Blue Bulls rugby teams. She has been treating patients in private practice for 17 years and has a lot of experience on and off the field.
Her involvement at Tuks Physiotherapy department and being a mentor to students adds to her broad knowledge as a Physiotherapist.
Her passion for people and treating a patient makes her a wonderful therapist. She believes in a holistic approach and that our warm hands and personalities we have been given to as Physiotherapists must be used.
Megan qualified at the University of Pretoria. She completed her community service at Job Shimankana Tabane Provincial Hospital in Rustenburg.
Megan enjoys treating acute hospital conditions but has experience in out-patient departments aswell. She enjoys helping patients return to their highest quality of living.
Growing up with her father being a medical professional her passion for people is evident. She is growing into a full-fledged Physiotherapist.
I finished my degree in 2003. Thereafter I completed various courses to better my knowledge in different areas of Physiotherapy. Working in a variety of fields with different types of people.
My big passion lies in connecting with my patients, working with them towards an optimal functional health and to my patient as a whole – spirit, mind, body, and soul.
Dr Annalie is a clinician with 39 years’ experience in clinical practice. She has a special interest in lower back pain, neck pain, headache and nerve related pain. She enjoys part time lecturing, cooking and gardening.
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