To request an appointment, please contact Debbie on:

Phone: 031 201 3253 / 083 269 7476

Email: dhillphysio@gmail.com

Practice 1: St Augustine’s Medical Centre 2, 391 Clark Road, Berea, Durban, KZN. View on Google Maps.

Practice 2: Suite 405, Medical Centre Gateway Private Hospital, 36 Aurora Drive, Umhlanga, KZN. View on Google Maps.

My Sexual Health Team Member:

Debbie Hill

Pelvic Health and Chronic Pain Physiotherapist

Debbie is a physiotherapist with a special interest in male and female pelvic health and sexual health issues. She started treating females with prolapses and incontinence in 1991 and then furthered her interest and studies to include treating male pelvic dysfunctions, sexual dysfunctions, and chronic pelvic pain.

Debbie has been an active member of the Pelvic and Women’s Health Physiotherapy Group of the SASP for many years, including as the National Chairperson from 2013-2017 and as one of the course committee for their postgraduate course.

She is also an active member of the KZN Sexual Health Association.

Debbie has presented at several conferences and medical meetings on the role of physiotherapy in male and female incontinence, sexual dysfunctions, menopause, and post prostatectomy rehabilitation.

Debbie works from her practice at St Augustine’s Hospital in Berea, Durban and at Gateway Hospital in Umhlanga.

Qualifications:

  • BSc Physiotherapy from University of Cape Town, 1981
Additional Sexual Health Related Memberships:
Additional Sexual Health Related Courses:
  • Multiple courses in South Africa since 2000 relating to Men and Women’s Health and Pelvic dysfunction
  • Currently working towards completing a postgraduate course in Pain Management with Train Pain Academy
Official Registration:

Disclaimer:  MSH provides a platform for Sexual Health providers to network and learn in order to render the highest level of sexual health services to patients.  MSH does not take responsibility for the clinical practice of any of its members.  Any concerns can be directed towards info@mysexualhealth.co.za but misconduct needs to be reported to the registration body of the particular individual.