Caylee is a registered Biokineticist and Sport Scientist.
She completed her undergraduate degree in Sport Psychology at the University of Johannesburg in 2007, then completed Honours degrees in both Sport Science in 2008, and Biokinetics in 2009. She also holds qualifications in Sport & Therapeutic massage, counselling and Pilates. She is registered with the Biokinetics association of South Africa (BASA) as well as the Health Professions council of South Africa (HPCSA). Caylee is currently studying towards completing a qualifaction in Barre.
Her experience includes Orthopaedic condition rehab, chronic disease management, Sport specific rehab as well as many years spend in Orthopaedic device and theatre specialization where she has gained hands-on experience in what happens during a joint replacement and ligament repair procedure.
She is passionate about holistically healing the body using her skills in physical therapy and counselling.
Caylee practices Biokinetics in a functional way, meaning that she focuses on practical, Hands-on forms of rehabilitation without the use of large or complicated equipment.
Her main goal is for her patients to walk out of their Biokinetics session, stronger, more confident and capable with a decrease in their pain.
In her spare time, Caylee thrives on quality time with her Husband, her twins and 2 dogs.
Tammy completed a BA in Sport Science at Stellenbosch University and a BHSc with Honours in Biokinetics at Wits. She is registered with the Biokinetics association of South Africa (BASA) as well as the Health Professions council of South Africa (HPCSA)
Her hobbies include cycling, running and going to the gym for a hard workout. She enjoys being outdoors and has a big passion cats. She is passionate, charismatic, determined and outgoing. When people first meet her they find her friendly and gentle.
Her passion is sport and rehabilitation and as such chose to pursue a career in Biokinetics. She is always keen to experience new things and increase her knowledge base. She loves working with people. Making a difference in someone’s life gives her great pleasure and this is where she centres her focus throughout her treatment process with her patients
Kirsten Morse received her BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy from The University of Witwatersrand in 1989. She worked for several years in hospital practices and has been practising in Lonehill for the past 20 years. She completed her Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy (OMT 1) post graduate course in 1996 and has a keen interest in neuromusculoskeletal problems, especially headaches, neck and lower back problems.
Kirsten is a member of the South African Society of Physiotherapy (SASP), Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy Special Interest Group (OMPTG) and is registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HSPCA).
Kirsten is well known for her home visits in Lonehill, paediatric chest physio, and she has a passion for treating the elderly. She prides herself in aiming to restore optimal health and function to her patients and to ensure a speedy, pain- free recovery.
She enjoys running, cycling, tennis and hiking and spends a lot of time outdoors with her two sons.
Kirsten has added to her skills by qualifying as a Pilates instructor through Body Control Pilates, London. She completed what usually takes 2 years in just over a year and qualified as a Body Control Pilates teacher in April 2019.
Kirsten is extremely passionate about getting people to understand that if they take time to ” be in their bodies”, the body has this incredible capacity to do amazing things and to heal its hurts, whether emotional or physical.