Welcome to Bryanston Physiotherapy – your sports and orthopaedic physiotherapists for Bryanston and Sandton areas. With our help you can see rapid relief from a wide range of injuries and receive comprehensive assistance to keep you pain free in the future. Our physiotherapists treat sports and orthopaedic injuries, offer orthopaedic post-operative rehabilitation, relief from back and neck pain, and even assist with long term chest and sinus conditions. We also have a physio who has specialized in lymphedema and breast cancer related physical impairments
Kerry-Leigh Tomaselli (nee de Boer)
Kerry-Leigh qualified with a B.Sc (Physiotherapy) degree from the University of Witwatersrand in 2007. In 2008 she completed her community service at various community health centres in Diepsloot; Rabie Ridge and Hillbrow. In 2009 she completed her post-graduate in Orthopaedic Manipulative Physiotherapy, which she is now an assistant on. Since 2009 she has been working in a sports based practise before opening Kerry-Leigh de Boer Physiotherapy in September 2011. Her interest is in sports related injuries and rehabilitation, and has been involved with various events and treating all levels of sportsmen.
Candice studied physiotherapy at the University of the Witwatersrand in 2004. Shortly thereafter she completed her Orthopaedic Manipulation Therapy 1 (OMT 1) course. After working at the NHC in Northcliff and Bryanston she ventured over to the UK where she worked in the NHS and then moved on to working at the BUPA Cromwell Hospital in London as the Lead Oncology Physiotherapist. While there she completed Lymphoedema Training in the Leduc Technique, and has also since learnt the new Fluorsocopy Guided Medical Lymphatic Drainage technique. Candice returned to South Africa in August 2014 to continue working in her area of special interest: Oncology and breast Cancer related physical impairments.
Dorain has been involved in sport and exercising all her life. She played netball at provincial level, both at school and as a senior. She partook in field events at high school. Dorain did road running for a number of years, and competed in various marathons, including the Two Oceans 56km Ultra-marathon. She completed the Argus Cycle Tour in 2007, some 5 months after undergoing a back operation
Dorain obtained her first sports massage qualification in 1987, when her husband was competing in triathlon events
Since then she has completed numerous courses related to sports massage
Both of her children were avid rowers, and she always enjoyed working at their rowing camps, treating injuries and muscle fatigue of their crew members and other club members
Dorain has been extremely fortunate in that she has worked with a number of great physiotherapists over the years that have shared their knowledge and experience with her.
The greatest satisfaction she obtains from being a Sports Massage therapist is in seeing athletes feeling better, and getting back to their training schedules.
Monday: 8am - 6pm
Tuesday: 8am - 6pm
Wednesday: 8am - 6pm
Thursday: 8am - 6pm
Friday: 8am - 6pm
Saturday: 9am - 12pm
Hobart Grove Centre
Tel 1: 011 463 0348
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- Sports massage - 60mins
- Physiotherapy - 30min
- Physiotherapy - 45min
- Physiotherapy - 60min
Our friendly and professional staff have all the skills you require.