We aim to provide patients with a holistic physiotherapy treatment, understanding that behind every physical ailment is a person. 

At Simone Barker & Associates Physiotherapists we aim to provide patients with a holistic physiotherapy treatment, understanding that behind every physical ailment is a person. Having experience in all neuromusculoskeletal disorders, post-operative rehabilitation, as well as a special interest in mastectomies. We are passionate about seeing our patients thrive and return to full function post injury or surgery. We are invested in your wellbeing and believe in individual attention, here at SB&A we love what we do!


About Us

Simone Barker & Associates (SB&A) Physiotherapists was founded in 2017. Located in the heart of Claremont’s medical hub on Wilderness Road, it is just a stone’s throw from Kingsbury Hospital. From its first month practicing it has grown as word quickly spread about the culture, quality and heart behind the name. Founded and owned by Simone Barker, it originally started out with a special focus on the niche sphere of mastectomies, since then it has grown to cover all neuromusculoskeletal disorders and post-operative rehabilitation. We cater to both in-patients at Kingsbury Hospital, and out patients from Claremont and the surrounding areas of the southern suburbs.


Neuromuscularskeletal conditions

Neck pain

Whiplash, muscular tension

Thoracic pain

Sports injury related, rib fracture diagnosis

Lower back pain

Mechanical, sciatica, trauma


Postural condition associated with working environment

Muscular injuries

Strains, tears, poor biomechanics: Calf, hamstring, groin strains.

Ligament injuries

Sprains, tears, and hypermobility.

Nerve related injuries

Pinched nerve, Thoracic outlet syndrome, sciatica.


Shoulder pain, Sports injury of the shoulder. Post-operative: Laterjet repair, rotator cuff repair, SLAP lesions, frozen shoulder.


Sprain or strain of ligament and muscle, tennis and golfers elbow.


Hip pain, impingement, post op hip surgery: replacement, fracture, arthroscopy. Osteoarthritis


Knee pain and sprains, MCL/LCL ligament tear, ACL reconstruction rehabilitation, Meniscus rehabilitation.


Sprains and strains of tendons. Post-operative fracture rehabilitation.


Plantar fasciitis, Achilles repair, Achilles tendinopathy.


Tension, cervicogenic headache.

Women’s Health Physiotherapy

Post-operative Wide Local excision rehabilitation and advice

Post-operative Mastectomy rehabilitation and advice

Laser therapy for injury to the nipple while breastfeeding

What to expect at each session:

Your first appointment will involve an assessment to determine the help you may require. We will use 3 main approaches.

Education and Advice

The physiotherapist’s role is to assess, treat, advise and prevent further injury. We provide general advice and ways to improve your overall wellbeing. We will investigate and discuss the cause of the problem and how we can work on ways to fix it in the short and long term. This may include programmes which focus on an adjustment to your lifestyle for example: changing your ergonomics (posture at work), exercise technique or regular exercise as a form of stress release.

Rehabilitative exercise: This is aimed at improving movement and function

Each structure of the body ligament, muscle, tendon, disc and nerve follow a pattern of healing. Dependant on the nature of the injury or if there are set post-operative requirements, your physiotherapist will tailor your rehabilitation programme to you your specific condition. We will also make informed decisions on whether or not you need further investigation.

Manual therapy

This includes specific soft tissue mobilization, spinal and joint mobilization, myofascial release and advice about how to stretch. We also offer dry needling and laser therapy.

Meet the team

Simone Barker

Founder & Owner
B.Sc. Physiotherapy (UWC)

Simone completed her degree in Physiotherapy at UWC, and has over 8 years’ experience in the physiotherapy world. She also has a qualification in Sports Physiotherapy 1, and spent a year working for Western Province Rugby. Since then she has worked at Kingsbury Hospital from 2015. In her spare time Simone loves surfing, and one of her favourite things to do is go for a great breakfast with her husband. 


Kayla Majiet

B.Sc. Physiotherapy (UCT)

Kayla completed her degree in Physiotherapy at UCT in 2016. She completed her community service in 2017 at Kimberly hospital complex in the Northern Cape. She has worked at Samaai & Dawe Physiotherapy practice (Constantiaberg Hospital) before joining the team at SB&A. In her spare time Kayla loves the outdoors, exploring nature, especially the night sky. One of her favourite things to do is spend time with her family and friends. 

Lindi Allen

Locum Physiotherapist
B.Sc. Physiotherapy (Stellenbosch)

Lindi completed her degree in Physiotherapy at Stellenbosch University in 2014. She completed her community service in Tugela Ferry at the Church of Scotland Hospital in Kwazulu-Natal. In her spare time Lindi loves to explore new places, and one of her favourite things to do is cook a delightful meal.  

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Contact Details

Phone: 0798942530
Address: 10 Wilderness Road, Claremont
Cape Town, 7708
South Africa

Opening Times

Monday - Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday Closed