Hi I'm Jayne Broderick!

I am your Physiotherapist

Services offered

As therapists, we realise the importance of rehabilitation in preventing re-injury and preventing chronic pain.


Electrotherapy is a technique where electricity is used to deliver electrical impulses through sticky pad electrodes that are placed on the skin in the area where you are experiencing pain. It is used for the treatment of many conditions that require the control of inflammatory processes as well as for pain relief.

Strapping & Taping

Strapping helps to limit movement of an injured area by providing support. It also helps to prevent re-injury when one returns to a sporting activity and has also been known to improve co-ordination. The following are different types of strapping techniques: Ankle taping, arch support, shoulder strapping, double knee and knee medial ligament strapping, etc.

Post Surgical Rehabilitation

Post Surgical Rehabilitation will assist you in regaining your strength, function and flexibility to help you get back on your feet, while also reducing pain and strengthening weak muscles.

Some of the surgeries that most commonly require post-op-care are: Elbow, hip, calf, knee, shoulder and spine.


Therapeutic Massage

Our trained physiotherapist will assess and work over problem areas and will help loosen tight bands and trigger points that can occur because of overuse, weak posture, sport injuries and stress. We use various techniques such as deep tissue massage, remedial sports massage, trigger point therapy, stretching. Some of the benefits include reduction in injury, improved range of motion, performance improvements, boosting of circulatory immune systems, muscle tone and skin quality etc.

Dry Needling

Dry Needling can be used to treat various conditions such as back pain, painful scars, headaches, shoulder and neck pain etc. It is a form of therapy used to treat musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction and must only be done by trained professionals. It is an effective technique for the treatment of muscle pain and myofascial dysfunction and works by needling of a muscle’s trigger points.

Stroke Rehabilitation

Stroke Rehabilitation is a very important part of recovering after a stroke. The ultimate goal is to help you relearn skills affected by a stroke and to assist you in regaining independence and improve your quality of life.

There are various therapies that can assist in recovery such as: Physical activities like mobility training, range-of-motion therapy etc. The sooner therapy starts, the more it improves your chance of regaining some of your previous level of function. Stroke Rehabilitation often starts as soon as 24 hours after the stroke. The length of rehab varies for each patient.

More services

  • ​Orthopaedic manipulative therapy which includes: Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Frozen shoulder, rotator cuff injuries, tears and sport injuries of the back, neck, shoulder, elbow, hip and knee, nerve injuries
  • Chronic headache and migraine also called cervicogenic headaches
  • Acute and chronic sinusitis
  • Post surgical rehabilitation
  • Chest physiotherapy, sputum induction in adults, nebulised sputum induction in children and suctioning in babies.
  • Accidents on duty / workman compensation accidents
  • Home visits for patients struggling to get to Truwellness Centre and those within retirement homes.

About me Jayne Broderick

Jayne received her BSc Physiotherapy at Stellenbosch University. She was part of the Stellenbosch University team that won the annual intervarsity strapping competition. After taking a few months off to focus on her Lifesaving; to compete for Team South Africa at World Games 2009; Jayne completed her community service at Pietermaritzburg Assessment Therapy Centre. Jayne then moved to Johannesburg, where she worked in private practice while completing her Orthopedic Manual Therapy 1 (OMT 1). She returned to the Cape in 2011, as the environment is much better suited to her active lifestyle. She has worked in the Southern Suburbs and Cape Town at well-respected orthopedic and sports practices. She joined Caryn Adam Physiotherapy in May 2019.

Being an avid endurance athlete as well as a qualified triathlon coach, Jayne enjoys treating sports injuries and understands the importance of sports-specific rehabilitation. She is a qualified Pilates instructor and finds that this complements her rehabilitation based approach to treatment.

List of certificates:

BSc Physiotherapy (Stellenbosch) (2008)
Dry Needling (2009)
Basic Kinesio Taping KT1 & KT2 (2009)
Going Global: The ultimate Lower Quarter course (2010)
Certificate in Orthopaedic Manipulate Physiotherapy (2012)
Jeremy Lewis: The shoulder course – theory and practice (2012)
Ina Diener: Headache – Manual Therapy and Rehabilitation Workshop (2013)
EBP Aquatic Foundation: Hydrotherapy (2014)
Teaching Patients about Pain in the Clinic (2014)
Paul Hodges: Advanced Lumbopelvic Motor Control (2014)
BASI Pilates: Pilates Teacher Training Mat Course (2015)
Helen Simpson: Foot and Ankle Course (2017)
BASI Pilates: Pilates for Pregnancy and Beyond (2018)
Mulligan: Upper Quadrant Course for Spinal & Peripheral Manual Therapy Techniques (2018)
Jill Cook: Lower Limb Tendons Course (2020)

About Ilse Krog (Human) 

Ilse is originally from Bethal in Mpumalanga and completed her BSc in Physiotherapy at the University of Pretoria in 2004.
Ilse completed her community service year at Witbank General Government Hospital, after which she moved to the UK.
She worked as a physiotherapist for the NHS in the UK for 4 years before returning to Pretoria, where she worked in private practice for a year.
In 2010, Ilse moved to Cape Town and joined a private hospital-based practice in the northern suburbs, where she gained a broad range of experience.
Ilse joined Caryn Adam Physiotherapy in 2020 after moving with her husband and two young sons to Somerset West.

Ilse has an abundance of energy and enjoys an active lifestyle. She is a keen long-distance runner and enjoys mountain biking and a
variety of other outdoor activities, which helps with the understanding and treatment of sport-related injuries.
As well as treating Orthopedic and Sports injuries, Ilse has experience in: -Pediatric chest conditions, Post-surgical treatment and rehabilitation
(e.g. lymph drainage, cardiac rehab), Women’s health and breastfeeding conditions and visceral mobilization after abdominal surgery.
Ilse is particularly interested in Vestibular rehabilitation, which relates to problems with balance, dizziness, and tinnitus.
Ilse’s passion is to establish a sincere connection with all her patients, who she treats with professionalism, humility, respect, and empathy.


List of certificates:

BSc Physiotherapy (Pretoria) (2004)
Dry Needling Course (Module 1&2, Optimal Dry Needling)
Performance Stability Movement and Performance screening concepts (Matt Radcliffe)
Neuro Sensory Approach Course (Grete Mellingen Homstol, Kinetic Control)
Control Concepts (Grete Mellingen Homstol, Kinetic Control)
Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy in the Management of Movement Dysfunction and Recurrent Pain (Mark Comerford, Kinetic Control)
BASI Mat Work Pilates Course

About Caryn Adam:


Caryn completed her BSc Physiotherapy at Stellenbosch University in 2008 after which she went to Barberton in Mpumalanga for her year of community service. She has practiced in the private sector for over a decade. Her passion for sport improves her ability to treat sport injuries and orthopeadic conditions.


List of certificates:

BSc Physiotherapy (Stell) (2008)
Certificate in Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy (Western Cape) (2012)
Dry Needling level 1,2,3 and exam (cum laude) (2009)
Introduction to Diagnosis and Treatment of Common Sports Injuries level 1 (2010)
Bobath Neurodevelopmental Physiotherapy: Adult Strokes (2010)
Lumbar spine: Anatomy & Biomechanics level 1 (2011)
Hip: Anatomy & Biomechanics level 1 (2011)
Introduction to Cranio-sacral Therapy (2011)
Tomorrow in Private Practice (2011)
Introduction to Diagnosis and Treatment of Common Sports Injuries level 1 (2010)
Golf mechanics (2011)
Manual therapy (2011)

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