Physiotherapist

Graeme Lindenberg


Graeme Lindenberg is the owner the Graeme Lindenberg Physiotherapy Centre based in Cape Town. He is a highly qualified physiotherapist with many years of experience treating patients from all ages and sporting levels.

He completed a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Physiotherapy, at The University of Witwatersrand in 1981 before completing his Honours degree, majoring in Sports Science, in 1982. Graeme has also completed numerous post-graduate courses to supplement his degrees.

Graeme is certified in South Africa, as well as Washington DC in the United States of America and Victoria State in Australia. He is a member of the American Society of Sports Medicine, as well as the Western Province Sports Physiotherapy Group.

He is an avid athlete and in 1980, he ranked 12th in Comrades Marathon. In 1986, he finished 7th in the Iron Man and he won 1st place for ITU International Triathlon (Age Group 55-59)

Physiotherapist

Carmin Isabella Kannemeyer


Carmin Kannemeyer is a young and vibrant physiotherapist who completed her BSc Physiotherapy degree in 2015. She has worked in both public and private sectors which has allowed her to encounter various conditions. This includes paediatrics, pre and post op work as well performing various classes for health and wellness.

She has a keen interest in neurological conditions with her motto being, “The disability does not need to disable you”. She enjoys challenging her patients to ensure they know what they are capable of rather than the condition showing her patients what they are capable of. Treatments are adapted to what her patients are able to do and she takes pride in ensuring her patients understand what is happening every step of the way.

Having completed courses such as “Manual therapy at the tooth level”- Carmin strives to find alternative methods in assisting her patients as it is important to treat the person as a whole and not just the injury which is presented. Physiotherapy treatments are constantly changing and it is important to keep up with new evidence and treatment methods.