Mohammed Sonday

Has qualified with his Bsc. Physiotherapy Honors from the University of the Western Cape in 2014. He completed his community service at Settlers Hospital in Grahamstown in 2015. During his year of community service, Mohammed was responsible for running the out-patients department (OPD), the medical and surgical wards as well as the community-based outreach programs. It is of special note that the hospital also named him Employee of the Month in August of this year.

Following his community service, Mohammed was transferred to Netcare Settlers Private Hospital. It was then that he decided to establish his private practice, M. Sonday Physiotherapy, in 2016.

In 2017 he was appointed as the head sports physiotherapist for Kingswood College Private School. His duties included treating and managing adolescent sports injuries.

While continuing his tenure with Netcare Settlers Hospital, Kingswood College and running a successful private practice; Mohammed also enrolled for his Masters Degree in Sports Physiotherapy through the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal (UKZN) in 2018.

He has been involved in various sports tours such as:

– St Stithians Rugby Festival

– Grey High Rugby Festival

– Independent Schools Rugby Festivals

– Varsity Shield Rugby

– Telkom Netball League

In addition, he has also been a part of International Sports tours to Sri Lanka in 2018 for cricket and to Dubai in 2020 as a Sports Physio Consultant for the Wanderers Sports Medical Center.

Mohammed has recently expanded his practice by establishing a second practice in his home town, Cape Town. This practice forms part of a multi-disciplinary setting at the Sea Point Medical Centre.

Tyrel Munsamy

Has been a part of the practice since 2017. He has completed multiple courses and has certificates in:

– Dry Needling

– NDT (Neurodevelopmental Techniques)

– Strapping

– First Aid

– Wheelchair Seating

– Clinicians course for TB Management

Tyrel is also studying a second Degree in Pharmacy at Rhodes University in Grahamstown. This has been extremely beneficial in boosting his expertise in patient care, particularly in patients who require chronic pain management.

Robyn Flanegan

Has joined the practice in 2021 following completing her community service in 2020, where she gained a wide range of experience in Grahamstown at Settlers Hospital. She has certificates in:

– Dry Needling

– Kinesiology Taping

– Advanced Evaluation and Treatment of Cerebral Palsy

She looks to further her experience while growing in the practice.

Busisiwe Kepe

Has been a part of the practice since 2018. She began her journey at the practice as a receptionist and has now grown into the role of Practice Administrator. Besides the crucial role that Busi plays at the practice, she is also furthering her education through UNISA in administration and case management.