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About Us

Our Approach

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We are passionate about physiotherapy, sport and general wellness. Our approach to every person is different; treatments are based solely on the individual and their specific condition. 


Our approach to treatment is evidence-based. We are biological, not mechanical; our bodies are robust and can heal with appropriate exercise and load.

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Special Interests

  • Acute and chronic pain management

  • Sports injury rehabilitation

  • Management of orthopaedic conditions

  • Post-operative rehabilitation

  • Pain education and rehabilitation

  • Movement dysfunction and biomechanical video analysis

  • Pre-operative 'pre-hab'

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Our values and beliefs

  • All pain is real, and your experience is valid

  • Pain is not an accurate measure of injury, but rather a measure of threat (perceived by the nervous system)

  • The tissues in our body respond to load and have the capacity for adaptation (given enough time)

  • A person's story is an integral part of the assessment of their pain

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Grant qualified at the University of the Witwatersrand in 2015 with a BSc in Physiotherapy. In 2016 he completed his community service year at South Rand Hospital in Johannesburg. He qualified in sports physiotherapy (SPT1) in 2018. He has experience as a team physiotherapist for the New Zealand indoor netball teams, the Namibian Men's Indoor Hockey team, and UJ men's basketball team. He has also worked with many sporting codes including golf, running, cricket, rugby, swimming, and athletics. He has a passion for treating pain and movement dysfunction, with a focus on physical rehabilitation and biomechanics of sport.



We are a cash based practice (cash, debit and credit cards) and charge medical aid rates. Once payment has been made you will be able to claim from your respective medical aid.


Dainfern: Our practice is inside the Virgin Active (upstairs, above Dischem). If you are not a member please tell the reception staff you're seeing the Physio - they'll help you sign in as a guest using your ID number and contact details.

What to bring

Please bring any related referral letters, reports and scans (x-rays and MRIs) with you to your appointment.


Dawie Mullins

"Grant is amazing! Listens to your problem and gets as much history as possible to understand the injury and pain. His hands are magic and I appreciated that he also included exercises to strengthen my back and to prevent future recurrence. He explains what he does and I would highly recommend him."


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