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Anthony Mofsowitz (Physiotherapist)

Owner and Head Physiotherapist at SSPMC

Anthony, the head physiotherapist of AMPT has now taken the position of chief physiotherapist and proud owner of SSPC Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital.

Under the mentorship of Theo Calligeris, Anthony has broadened his skills in the physiotherapy realm and has begun creating a wellness center catering for more than physiotherapy.

After completing his schooling in 2010 in Bloemfontein at Grey College, Anthony completed a Biomedical Sciences degree at Wits in 2013. He then pursued a career in Physiotherapy, completing his second degree in 2017 at the University of the Witwatersrand.

During Anthony’s 1st and 2nd years of studying Physiotherapy, he volunteered and worked with the U/21 and Open Lions Rugby Union where he gained great experience working with elite athletes. In his 3rd year of studies, Anthony completed countless hours working at sporting events such as the 947 Cycle Challenge, The Soweto Marathon, and various others.

In 2018, Anthony moved to Cape Town for his love of the outdoors and the healthy lifestyle this incredible part of South Africa has to offer. Whilst completing his community service year at Groote Schuur Hospital, he gained experience working with acute trauma, surgical, ICU, and orthopaedic conditions. Anthony has since completed a variety of courses including Dry needling, shoulder and ankle workshops and courses as well as taping courses, and more to further his understanding of the body.

In 2019, Anthony took the leap and opened AMPT. The vision remains to provide holistic, caring, and evidence-based treatment to a range of patients ranging from young and old. This vision has grown into the dream of a medical center that is now situated in the Foreshore, Cape Town.

With fitness and Health as a passion for Anthony, you can be assured to be in good hands. His hobbies include frequent strength and conditioning, he is an avid runner and is always looking for the next adventure.

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Jason Cohen (Physiotherapist)

Associate Physiotherapist at SSPMC

When Jason is taking a breather from treating patients, he enjoys spending his time on the golf course and doing all the great things that Cape Town has to offer. He is also a bit of a techy and is currently developing a mobile app to help golfers assess their own physical strengths and weaknesses as well as their individual skill level in a fun and competitive manner.

Jason has completed multiple strapping and sports injury rehabilitation courses. He has also attended courses for dry needling and cupping techniques. He has learned that managing patients to reach their full potential relies on more than just manual treatment techniques making himself an integral part of the team.

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Dr. Aaryn Camitsis

Chiropractor (Spinestrong Chiropractics)

Health is demonstrated in movement. Biomechanics makes this relevant!

Masters Doctorate Chiropractic, Chiropractic, DR @ Durban university of technology From 2005 to 2013 Dr. Aaryn Camitsis is skilled in: Therapeutic Massage, Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy, Chiropractic, Kinesiology, Biomechanics, Lymphatic Drainage, Physiology, Human Anatomy, Core Strength, Strength & Conditioning, Sports Massage, Manual Therapy, Wellness, Lifestyle

Malcolm Freedman

Malcolm Freedman and Associates (Orthotist & Prosthetist)

Malcolm Freedman is a member of the South African Orthotic and Prosthetic Association (SAOPA).

My passion is to preserve and improve the quality of life of all my patients. I aim to assist them in overcoming any physical challenges that they may face. My interests lie with lower limb biomechanical gait analysis, orthotic solutions for osteoarthritis of the knee, sport injuries and rehabilitation, as well as conservative management of scoliosis and acute spinal injuries.

At Malcolm Freedman and Associates; patients have immediate access to the very best in sports, medical and lifestyle support products. Clinical experience and research have ensured a comprehensive product range is offered. Only the most effective products are used for the treatment of neck, spine, wrist, knee, foot, ankle, finger and toe injuries. Assessment, casting and manufacturing of prosthetic devices is done in our lab. Here we work together with the amputees to achieve their goals.

All patients are assessed and treated in a professional and personalized environment.

Stephanie Irons

Stephanie Irons

Biokineticist (The Enable Centre)

Stephanie was born and raised in KwaZulu-Natal and ventured to the Eastern Cape to complete her studies in Human Kinetics and Ergonomics. She moved to Cape Town to complete her honor’s in Biokinetics at UCT in 2020.

She completed her internship at the Enable Centre in 2021 and is now working as the Biokineticist for Enable at Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital. Stephanie also runs Hydrotherapy for the Enable Centre at Vincent Palloti Hospital and at a private accessible pool in Rondebosch. In her free time, Stephanie enjoys gyming, Pilates and baking!

Jade Jefferies 

Speech therapist (Gillian Adonis Speech Therapy)

I’m a proud South African woman who grew up in New Zealand, where I developed a love for interacting with people from all walks of life. In 2014, my family and I moved back to South Africa with the motivation that home is where our family is. I went from living and learning in English and Māori, to giving life my absolute best in Afrikaans, English, basic isiXhosa, and basic South African sign language.

Upon completing my studies at the University of Stellenbosch in 2020, I was blessed with the opportunity to do my community service year in “the home of suiwer Afrikaans” – Namakwaland! There I served 42 clinics and hospitals as the only speech therapist covering over 60% of the entire region. My love for our country, for our languages, and for our people deepened tremendously.

Looking back at the years passed since moving home, I have learnt that my faith, passion for serving, optimism and adaptability will get me through anything.

To me, the foundation of speech therapy is working with the heart of a servant. It is with a servant’s heart that one can practice speech therapy selflessly and lovingly, giving every patient your best.

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