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Alex received her Bsc (Hons) Physiotherapy and Jean Blair Award for best clinical practitioner in 2013 from the University of the Witwaterstrand. She has undergone many courses to qualify in dry needling, dynamic and k-taping techniques, spinal and peripheral manipulation, foot biomechanics as well as clinical pilates. She has a passion for sports injuries after gaining experience working for a football club in London for 6 months. Her interests extend to treatment of back and joint pain. Alex is a registered member with the Health Professions Council of South Africa and the United Kingdom. Alex is also a member of the Sports injury special interest group and registered with the South African Society of Physiotherapy.

Alex Reid is qualified in  Sports Physiotherapy (SPT)



Having performed on both local and international stages through her professional dance career, her years of stringent training ignited a passion for the human form, and with it a desire to facilitate healing and optimise movement and function. This led to Kayleigh earning a BPhysT (Hons) at the University of Pretoria.

During her community service she was afforded the opportunity to oversee and manage the Chronic Pain division on behalf of the Physiotherapy department at Helen Joseph Academic Hospital. Since 2018 she has worked in private practice seeing a diverse array of musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, neurological and medical conditions; both in the hospital and outpatient setting. Although she has a special interest in musculoskeletal biomechanics, the range of conditions she has managed assists in providing holistic, integrated management and rehabilitation.

Among numerous courses of dry needling, clinical pilates etc, Kayleigh gained her post-graduate certification in Sports Physiotherapy (SPT1) (Cum Laude).