Cara-Ann is a natural leader, and extremely determined. She really gets to know her patients and gets invested in their goals. She is a highly skilled therapist that is able to get the best out of her athletes and patients.
Cara-Ann received her Bachelor of Science degree in 2009 from the University of the Western Cape. She then completed her community service in Barkly West in the Northern Cape and thereafter moved to Johannesburg where she gained extensive experience in private practice. She has since completed a post-graduate qualification in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (OMT1) and her Pain Management qualification.
In addition she has completed many short courses some of which include Dry Needling and strapping. She stays up to date with the latest evidence based treatments and continues to attend courses.
Cara-Ann has a keen interest in treating neuromusculoskeletal conditions and injuries, sports injuries as well as post-operative rehabilitation. Not only has she gained experience in private practice but on the sports field as well. Cara-Ann was the head physiotherapist for the Proteas Veteran Cricket team during the World Cup as well as being the physiotherapist for The Red Bull Beat Battle Dance Competitions. She was also part of the physiotherapy team for the South African School Sport Championships.
In her spare time she stays active through dance, running, gyming and outdoor adventure activities.