Lee-Anne Chazen has been with the practice for 10 years. She is an occupational therapist with a particular interest in hand therapy. She qualified from The university of the Witwatersrand in 2006 and completed her masters degree in 2013. In 2015 she completed her advanced diploma in hand therapy. She is driven by evidence based practice and truly has a desire to help people in tangible, practical ways. She is excited about finding new creative ways of delivering services to patients in a way that will truly benefit them.
Melissa Baptista graduated in 2013 and completed her Masters in Neurosciences applied to occupational therapy in 2019. She has a passion for Neuro rehabilitation and in helping clients to achieve their maximal functional potential and quality of life. She has a passion for driving her occupational therapy team.
Lizette Swanepoel holds a Master degree in Occupational Therapy and is the Director for Vocational Rehabilitation services. People’s humour inspire her and concepts of life-long learning and respect for people simply because they are people underpin her service-delivery. Apart from work she is a Billy Joel fan, an average cook and a terrible, though enthusiastic singer.