the team

everyone is welcome - young and old

The practice

The practice is situated in Sea Point in the heart of the Atlantic Seaboard. There is ample off-street parking, as well as wheelchair access. We consist of a small team of highly skilled and experienced Physiotherapists, whose priority is the well-being of our patients. We strive towards creating a space where our patients feel welcome and safe, and the individual need of each patient is met. Our aim is to always provide high quality treatment, which is patient-specific, evidence based and scientific.

All therapists are registered with the Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA). We have a special interest in assessing and treating neuro-musculoskeletal (NMS), spinal and peripheral joint disorders using a clinically reasoned hands-on approach of manual therapy and rehabilitation. To ensure a universal high standard of treatment within the practice, all therapists attended and passed the post-graduate Othopaedic Manipulative Therapy course. The content of the course complies with the educational standards of the International Federation of Manipulative Physiotherapy (IFOMPT). We stay up to date with the latest research and continually update and advance our skills by regularly attending courses and lectures.

passion for people, the human body, movement and well-being

Meet the team


Lisa Radomsky

Lisa qualified from the University of Cape Town in 1990. She worked for several years in private practice, where she gained invaluable experience in the management of musculoskeletal and sports-related conditions. She opened her own practice, Lisa Radomksy Physiotherapy, in 1993 and has spent this time committed to giving the best possible care to her patients. Lisa always challenges herself to develop professionally and expand her base of knowledge. She attends courses regularly to update her skills, amongst others the Sports Physiotherapy 1 course, Dry needling, strapping, manipulation and various other mechanical treatment techniques. She completed her post graduate diploma in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy in 2013.

She focuses on a hands-on approach, patiently empowering her patients to take responsibility for the management of their condition through exercise, postural awareness and ergonomic education. She aims to provide treatments that enhance the wellbeing, lifestyle and quality of life of each of her patients.

Lisa has a passion for travel, particularly the bush and wild camping and loves spending quality time with her twin son and daughter.

She believes strongly in giving back to her profession and has taken an active role in the Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy Group (NMSPG) of the South African Society of Physiotherapists in her position as Chair and most recently as Treasurer.


Megan Tonkinson

Megan graduated from the University of Stellenbosch in 2020, and went on to complete her Community Service year in 2021. She later returned to her coastal roots, joining a Sports and Orthopaedic practice in Durban, KZN. Here, she gained experience in clinical reasoning, biomechanical assessments, crafting patient-specific rehabilitation programs and refining her hands-on and therapeutic skills.

Although the coast had her heart, Megan and her fiancé were not quite ready to say goodbye to their adventurous spirits. So, onto the next adventure they went, starting with working as a Physio and travelling throughout Australia. After exploring down under, and having the privilege of spending a few months in Bali and Namibia - she was eager to return back to South Africa and more importantly, return to doing what she loves - Physio. Only this time, in the beautiful city of Cape Town.

Megan knows the importance of continuous learning and has completed her Dry Needling course (level 1&2), strapping and taping courses and is currently undergoing her BASI Pilates teacher training. Megan treats her patients from a holistic angle - combining a hands on treatment with patient specific rehab/Pilates in order to achieve the best results possible. She approaches her patients with empathy and kindness and is committed to doing her very best for everyone that walks through our doors.

When Megan isn't being a full time Physiotherapist, you'll find her either running on the promenade, having an icy dip at Saunders, or planning her next camping adventure.

practice manager

Yusra Safiedien

Yusra is the warm and friendly face behind reception. She joined the practice in May 2018 and is a great asset to our team. She goes the extra mile for our patients and deals with all queries regarding appointments and/or accounts in the most professional and efficient manner. She is responsible for the warm and friendly atmosphere in reception, something which makes our practice unique and special.

Her hobbies are reading and camping. She is the mother of two beautiful girls and enjoys spending time with her family over weekends.

house keeping

Ruppy Mapfumo

Ruppy is responsible for maintaining the cleanliness and hygiene of the practice. She is at work early in the morning to make sure that the practice is ready for our patients - always with a smile on her face. Nothing is ever too much trouble for her.

Ruppy's home is the beautiful Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and in her spare time she enjoys climbing the mountain, walking dogs and nursing elderly.