Laeeqah Sujee is a fourth-year Physiotherapy student that excels in competitive sports. She engages in volleyball at the league and provincial level. Below is her message:I started playing at the age of 10, but I have been on a volleyball court for as long as I can remember. While at school, I found a love […]
Besides the staff getting vaccinated, our students were also vaccinated. Prof Waggie and Ms Gamiet coordinated this movement to get our fourth-year students (currently in clinical blocks) to be vaccinated at Tygerberg Hospital. The Physiotherapy students safety is the departments top priority; besides the vaccination, students underwent a donning and doffing workshop last year to […]
Mr Robert Hart, not only a first-year student but a master of Canoeing, participating in many events, representing South Africa: I started paddling when I was about six or seven years old and started racing competitively around age 11. There are a few different disciplines, sprint, marathon, surfski, slalom, and downriver in Canoeing. I like […]
During the public holiday, 16 June 2021, Prof Rowe gave an interesting workshop to Physiotherapy students “Learning to learn”. Prof Rowe has an interest in healthcare, education and technology. During this workshop, Prof Rowe spoke about how to manage your time effectively, what type of studying method promotes productivity. If you wish you know more, […]
Dr Liezel Ennion was promoted to Associate Profession Liezel Ennion at the end of 2020. Also, with the promotion, her grant application of R468 000 Rand was successful! We want to wish you all the best.
After Ms Tammy-Lee Petorius graduating with her MSc in Physiotherapy (thesis), she is now a permanent staff member of the Physiotherapy Department, under the n-Gap position. We welcome her with open arms and wish her all the best with her studies and the new job.
Ms Marla Warner, our postgraduate administrator, has graduated with a Certificate in Economic Development. We cannot be prouder of Ms Warner, as she put in an enormous number of hours into her work and completed her studies. Congratulations Marla! Keep up the excellent work!
After working at the department for ten years, Ms Danelle Hess is now a permanent member of the Physiotherapy Department. This is a well-deserved position, and we will see her all the best with her PhD studies and her new role at the Physiotherapy Department.
It is great to announce that during May, that all Physiotherapy Department staff has been vaccinated. We would like to thank the UWC and all parties that were involved in assisting with the processes. Although there were long queues, we proud to announce that we’re a vaccinated department. Ms Marla Warner & Ms Esmeralda Presens […]
During the 14 – 15 April, the Physiotherapy Third Year students were involved in a Faculty of Community and Health Science Community Outreach. During these two days, students from different Faculty of Community and Health Science provided a service to the carers. This outreach was targeted at the carers in the community. Hence the name […]