Physiotherapist and Owner of Meister Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Cum Laude) - UKZN, 2014
Post Graduate Courses:
Orthopaedic Manipulation Therapy (OMT), 2019
Dry Needling Level 1, 2015
Principles of Pain Module 1, 2017
Necks and Headaches
Lisa grew up in Westville and graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree at UKZN (Westville Campus) in 2014.
In 2015 she did her community service at Murchison Hospital near Port Shepstone. Her work there consisted of regular hospital work and seeing patients at remote clinics as well as on home visits. She also learned a medical conversational Zulu here.
In 2016, Lisa moved to Pietermaritzburg where she joined a large physiotherapy practice. During her 4 years at this practice, she gained more hospital experience and worked at both step-down facilities and retirement homes. It is at those retirement homes where Lisa developed a love for treating the elderly (geriatrics). In 2020, she moved back home to Westville and joined a practice in Hillcrest for a few months. She then bought the practice (Röscher Assoc. Physiotherapy) from Mandy Röscher and Pierre Röscher in October 2020.
She has attended various courses to broaden her knowledge and remain up to date. She did a post graduate course in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (OMT) in 2019, where she gained additional skills in treating neuromusculoskeletal conditions. Lisa, however, likes treating all types of conditions and injuries. She especially enjoys treating necks and headaches. It is at all times her aim to work together with her patients to help them achieve their highest functional level – through a thorough assessment, hands-on treatment, rehabilitation and care.
Outside of physiotherapy Lisa’s passions include spending time with her family, close friends and of course her pets. She enjoys a good book or TV series, board games, both playing and listening to good music, and crafting. She enjoys learning about things and has many interests and enjoys travelling. She even speaks German at home.
BPhysT (Physiotherapy) - University of Pretoria, 2017
Post Graduate Courses:
BASI Pilates International Mat Instructor, 2016
Dry Needling Level 1
Rehabilitation (general and pilates)
Musculoskeletal Conditions (e.g. sport injuries)
Cerebral Palsy (children)
Neuro and spinal Rehab
Inge graduated from the University of Pretoria in 2017. After qualifying she worked at the Potchefstroom Hospital, where she treated a wide variety of hospital and outpatients. She then worked for a Hospital Practice, working specifically with ICU and chest patients. She joined Meister Physiotherapy full-time in January 2021.
She has completed a variety of courses, including Shoulder and Hip Biomechanics Courses, Cerebral Palsy, Dry Needling, Kinesio- and Dynamic Taping. In 2021 she will also be attending the Map Movement Course.
She is married to Tobias Binding. Inge is passionate about correct ergonomics in the workplace, posture and Pilates. She loves researching each patient’s condition to help them as best as she can. Music is also one of her passions, which she lives out especially by participating in church choirs. In 2018 she also completed a conducting course.
Receptionist and Administrator
Qualifications & Courses:
Telephonic Communication for Success Course
Short Programme in Basic Bookkeeping
Certificate in Basic Bookkeeping
Introduction to Computers
Mana worked for Inspirations Travel and Tours for 17 years, where she also started working for the Norwegian Consulate, which was based in the same office. She joined Meister Physiotherapy in October 2020.
Her strengths are that she can work under pressure and is hard-working. She is a Christian who always has a smile on her face and is eager to help (always ready to go the extra mile). She is team orientated and works well with colleagues and clients. She also loves cooking and baking – trying any new recipes.
History of Practice
How it all started.
Peta Harrison Physiotherapy was founded in 2001 and had a well-established client base. Mandy Röscher and Pierre Röscher started “Röscher Kirby Physiotherapy” in March 2012.
These 2 practices joined in 2013 to become Harrison and Röscher Physiotherapy – and worked from rooms in Jan Hofmeyer Road.
In 2017 Peta Harrison retired and the practice then became Röscher and Associated Physiotherapy. In that same year the Röschers moved to the current premises in Rodger Sishi Road (the old Blair Atholl Road).
Lisamarie Meister then bought the practice from Mandy and Pierre in October 2020 and renamed it to Meister Physiotherapy.