Dee Walsh qualified from the University of Stellenbosch in 2013. She is passionate about sport and you can often find her spending her hours next to the rugby field; whether at Gauteng Ladies rugby, Pirates Ladies rugby, Gauteng Academy and Craven week or Northcliff High school. She has been the school physio for Northcliff High school since 2015.
Dee completed her post graduate qualification in Sports Physiotherapy (SPT) in 2016 and has a keen interest in treating Athletes (both adults and adolescents).
Dee believes that patient education and rehabilitation plays a large role in both recovering after injury and preventing future injury, and thus is keen on the patient playing an active role in their recovery through exercise.
Her passion for working with people is evident in everything that she does and she loves meeting and getting to work with people from all walks of life.
Dee has a passion for travel and photography; she loves wildlife and spending time outdoors. She enjoys running and functional training in the gym.
Dee can be found between Cresta Virgin Active, The Practice and Northcliff high school.
David Milner qualified from Wits University in 1998 with a BSc in physiotherapy. In 1999, while working he also finished his BSc Majoring in Physiology.
He joined Kaizer Chiefs in 1999. In 2001, he started in a Practice in Virgin Active Cresta gym.
David has become the head of Allied health services at Kaizer Chiefs and oversees all physio’s, Sports massage therapist and biokineticists at Kaizer Chiefs.
In 2012 he completed his MPhil in sports physiotherapy through the University of Cape Town. He has presented at 3 SASMA conferences.
He enjoys the outdoors, Hiking, fishing and trail running when he gets a chance to do them all.
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Dave can be found in the rooms at either Cresta Virgin Active or The Practice. On Tuesday and Thursdays he is on the soccer pitch in the sun.