Meet the Physiotherapists

Physiotherapists are first-line practitioners, meaning that we do not need a doctor’s referral to see patients.

We qualify with a 4 year BSc degree from Medical school and according to the HPCSA (Health Care Professions Council of South Africa) HPCSA Website. Our scope of practice legally includes:

  • Assessment
  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment
  • Rehabilitation

Orthopedic, Sports, Neurological, Respiratory, Paediatric Conditions, to name a few.

Our therapists have a keen interest/post graduate qualifications in sports and orthopaedics and are registered with the SASP and HPCSA

We have a joint experience of over 40 years and have all worked with a wide range of conditions and athletes. We believe our strength lies in being there for our patients from initial treatment to full rehabilitation onto the sports field or to normal daily activities.

Dave Milner

Dave Milner Physiotherapist

M. Phil (Physio) UCT

David qualified at Wits in 1998 in Physiotherapy. He then went on to also complete his BSc in Physiology in 1999. He started working at Hacks Back sports rehabilitation Practise where he was for 2 years and also joined Kaizer Chiefs soccer in 1999.

In 2001, he went into a partnership and opened 4 physiotherapy practices in Virgin Active clubs. He has progressed to being the head physiotherapist at Kaizer Chiefs and oversees all allied medical services at the club.

He has completed his MPhil in Sports Physiotherapy at the University of Cape Town and is currently on the Medical Committee of the Professional Soccer League. David has also presented at the SASMA conference 2011 in Sandton.

Cheryl Stacey

Cheryl Stacey Physiotherapist

B. Sc (Physio) WITS, SPT

Cheryl qualified from Wits in 1993 and worked for a variety of practices locally and abroad to gain a vast scope of practice. She opened her own practice in 1999 seeing orthopaedic and sports patients as well as 6 years spent treating post- operative spinal patients.

During this time, she has attended a large number of courses on dry needling techniques, soft tissue and joint conditions, visceral techniques, the nervous system and rehabilitation.

She holds a Sports Physiotherapy post- graduate qualification and has a special interest in treating athletes, in particular, endurance athletes and is herself an accomplished triathlete, having previously being selected for the South African Triathlon Team. Cheryl has also attended many courses and done independent study on Visceral Mobilisation (manual treatment of abdominal and chest cavity contents).

She is currently working on a research Masters on back pain in active people. Together with David Milner and functional trainer Warren Mcann they have developed the PLAY program which provides further education to sports educators with the aim of creating a structured movement curriculum for children which encourages lifelong participation.

Dee Walsh

Dee Walsh Physiotherapist

BSc Physiotherapy (US)

Dee qualified from the University of Stellenbosch in 2013 and completed her community service year at St. Appolinaris Hospital in Creighton, rural Kwa-Zulu Natal.

Dee is passionate about sport and worked closely with Durbanville Rugby Club in the Western Cape throughout her studies as well as assisting at the ABSA Cape Epic in 2013 and 2015.

She has been the school physiotherapist for Northcliff High School since 2015, working closely with the rugby and athletics teams as well as treating other sport related and orthopedic injuries. She worked as the team physiotherapist for the Lions Academy XV team at the Craven week in 2017 and has assisted as the tournament physiotherapist at the Iqhawe Week.

Dee has a special interest in orthopedic and sports physiotherapy and thus completed a post-graduate qualification in sports (SPT) in 2016.

Martine Human

Martine Human Physiotherapist


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.

She has trained as a Yoga instructor with the Health & Fitness Professionals Academy. Other training includes dry needling as well as a number of joint conditions courses.

Martine enjoys treating Orthopaedic conditions, Sport injuries and Rehabilitation. She has worked with Kaizer Chiefs Football Club and is currently with the South African Ladies Basketball team.

Mark Bryan Goldacre

Mark Goldacre Physiotherapist

BSc (Hons) Physio (UWC)

Qualified Summa Cum Laude from UWC in 2015

Throughout his varsity career he worked and travelled as a Student Physiotherapist for the UCT U20 Varsity Cup team between 2012-2015.

During his community service at Uitenhage Provincial Hospital in 2016, Mark completed a variety of courses. Including dry Needling and Lower Limb Rehab.

He has prospects of furthering his studies within the treatment and management of Orthopedic and Sports Physiotherapy.

Mark is an avid cyclist, mountain biker and triathlete and enjoys drawing on his own experience in these sports to treat these athletes.
Mark is an avid cyclist, mountain biker and triathlete and enjoys drawing on his own experience in these sports to treat these athletes.

Ryan Hume

Ryan Hume Physiotherapist

BSc Physio Wits, SPT

Ryan qualified from Wits in 2009 and completed his community service in Kimberley Primary Health Clinics. He has since been working in private out-patient practice seeing predominantly orthopaedic, post-operative and sports patients.

He has attended numerous courses over the past four years and holds a post-graduate qualification in Sports Physiotherapy (SPT).

He is currently studying Kinesiology through the Energy Kinesiology College and Kinesiology Centre, Natal.