As therapists, we realise the importance of rehabilitation in preventing re-injury and preventing chronic pain. For this reason rehabilitation is one of our main treatment tools. Other treatment modalities that are frequently used include:

  • Joint Mobilisation
  • Dry needling
  • Electrotherapy
  • Soft Tissue massage
  • Strapping
  • Neural Mobilisation

The practice is situated on the corner of Main and Beach road in Strand. There is free parking in the Galloway Centre as well as at the Shoprite Parking area. Click here for the map

caryn250About Caryn Adam:

Caryn completed her BSc Physiotherapy at Stellenbosch University in 2008 after which she went to Barberton in Mpumalanga for her year of community service. She has practiced in the private sector for over a decade. Her passion for sport improves her ability to treat sport injuries and orthopeadic conditions.

List of certificates:

  • BSc Physiotherapy (Stell) (2008)
  • Certificate in Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy (Western Cape) (2012)
  • Dry Needling level 1,2,3 and exam (cum laude) (2009)
  • Introduction to Diagnosis and Treatment of Common Sports Injuries level 1 (2010)
  • Bobath Neurodevelopmental Physiotherapy: Adult Strokes (2010)
  • Lumbar spine: Anatomy & Biomechanics level 1 (2011)
  • Hip: Anatomy & Biomechanics level 1 (2011)
  • Introduction to Cranio-sacral Therapy (2011)
  • Tomorrow in Private Practice (2011)
  • Introduction to Diagnosis and Treatment of Common Sports Injuries level 1 (2010)
  • Golf mechanics (2011)
  • Manual therapy (2011)


About Jayne Broderick:

Jayne received her BSc Pysiotherapy at Stellenbosch University. She was part of the Stellenbosch university team that won the annual intervarsity strapping competition. After taking a few months off to focus on her Lifesaving; to compete for Team South Africa at World Games 2009; Jayne completed her community service at Pietermaritzburg Assessment Therapy Centre. Jayne then moved to Johannesburg, where she worked in private practice while completing her Orthapaedic Manual Therapy 1 (OMT 1). She returned to the Cape in 2011, as the environment is much better suited to her active lifestyle. She has worked in the Southern Suburbs and Cape Town at well-respected orthopaedic and sports practices. She joined Caryn Adam Physiotherapy in May 2019.

Being an avid endurance athlete as well as a qualified triathlon coach, Jayne enjoys treating sports injuries and understands the importance of sports specific rehabilitation. She is a qualified Pilates instructor and finds that this complements her rehabilitation based approach to treatment.


About Anel Van Heerden:

Anel is originally from Pongola, a small town in Northern Kwa-Zulu Natal. She completed her BSc in Physiotherapy from Stellenbosch University in 2016. Anel completed her community service year in Rustenburg after which she moved back to the Cape to join a practice in Paarl. Anel has mainly practiced in Orthopeadics since graduation.

She has completed the Optimal Dry needling level 1 & 2 as well as the Pilates APPI course in mat work level 1-3. She is currently completing her Sports Physiotherapy (SPT) course which is a one year post-graduate course which focuses on efficiently evaluating and treating Sport-specific injuries.

Anel is passionate about treating her patients and loves what she does.