Dr Glen Hagemann
Dr Glen Hagemann graduated with an MBChB from UCT in 1988. He subsequently acquired a diploma in anaesthetics from the College of Medicine of South Africa, followed by a master’s degree in sports medicine (UKZN). He spent 7 years in general and hospital practice both locally and abroad (UK and New Zealand), and has practised sports medicine for the last 12 years.
After heading up Energi (a locally based healthcare company) for 15 years, he is currently the managing director of Sharks Medical (Pty) Ltd, a sports medicine company based in Durban.
He is medical advisor to The Sharks, having previously been The Sharks team doctor. Currently a member of the Board of Governors at Kearsney College, he is a past president of the South African Sports Medicine Association, and has published original research in British and South African medical journals.
He has travelled globally, having sailed down the Nile, trekked to 6800m in the Nepal Himalayas, backpacked through South America, dived in the Red Sea and South Pacific, sailed to Mauritius and hiked in New Zealand.
He is passionate about trail running and mountain biking and has completed numerous ultra-marathons and MTB stage races including the Comrades, Two Oceans, Sani2C, BergnBush, Isimangaliso and Imana Wild Ride. He is married to Sandi with a son, Kyle (16) and daughter, Kelsey (12).
Practice Manager / Client liaison
Sandi has a Diploma in Radiography and many years’ experience as a Practice Manager. She is the administrator for the Asset Health Executive Wellness Programme and your “go to” person for any queries.
Kate completed her Biokinetics honours degree at the University of Stellenbosch, Kate has also completed various courses in strapping, first aid, massage and cardiac rehabilitation.
She has experience in the treatment of patients with chronic conditions, the elderly, orthopaedic conditions, sports specific injuries and training, postural corrections, as well as those with physical disabilities. She also facilitates the ECG and spirometry component of the Executive Wellness Programme and runs our U-Turn programme.
Dr Julia Ambler
Dr Julia Ambler graduated from UCT with her MBChB in 1998. After her junior doctor years she spent 6 years in Oxford, UK returning home in early 2008. Whilst in the UK she trained and worked as a general practitioner and a children’s hospice doctor at Helen and Douglas Houses in Oxford. She is a member of the Royal College of GP’s in the UK and holds the Diploma in Paediatric Palliative Medicine from Cardiff University, Wales. She has also completed the Diploma in Child Health.
On returning to Durban, Julia continued her career in paediatric palliative care and general practice through the Bigshoes Foundation. When this non-profit organization closed in December 2012, she was instrumental in launching Umduduzi – Hospice Care for Children to continue the work. Through this NPO she consults in palliative care to state hospitals and hospice programs and trains health professionals in children’s palliative care. She is a sessional lecturer in the Department of Paediatrics, Nelson Mandela Medical School, UKZN.
Julia lives in Morningside with her partner, Tracey and two sons, Luke and Jack.
Devashnee is the friendly face at our front desk and man’s our switchboard. She handles booking of appointments, patient accounts and many more administrative duties.
- Dr Jason Suter – Sports Science Institute of SA, Cape Town
- Dr Tommie Swart – Centurion
- Dr Peter Baxter – Bedfordview, Gauteng
- Dr Konrad von Hagen – Intercare, Port Elizabeth
- Dr Louis Holtzhausen – Bloemfontein
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