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Comrades and the Community

The Comrades Centenary Hope Challenge took place on Sunday, 13 June 2021 with participants from all over the country and world participating. A member of our admin team, Chantal Naude, completed the 21.1km challenge, at the same time living out our internal goal of ‘healthy body, healthy mind’ which has been a focus for the team at Debbie Cameron Physiotherapy for the past year.

One of our long-term patients, Grant Cummings, completed the 45km challenge while raising money for Wildlands Trust. Grant is passionate about making a real change in the lives of the people in the communities Wildlands work in and protecting our environment on both land and sea.

Debbie Cameron Physiotherapy supported this initiative as well as Grant’s previous Comrades fundraising campaigns which saw him raise over R1million for charities like The Sunflower Fund, the Jes Foord Foundation, the Issy Geshen Old Age Home in Lamontville and the Hillcrest Aids Centre Trust.

“As a practice we make a concerted effort to annually support a charity both financially and through our time and efforts,’’ explains Debbie Cameron.

If you would like to show support towards The Wildlands Trust please do so by visiting

Debbie Cameron Physiotherapy would like to congratulate everyone who participated in the Comrades Centenary Hope Challenge and remember if you are suffering with any aches or pains, it is vital that you get them sorted out as quickly as possible so that you can continue achieving your sporting goals.

To book a physiotherapy appointment with any of the Debbie Cameron Physiotherapists at either Hillcrest or Centenary Medical Centres, please phone Chantal on 031 765 8898.

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