Sam Snow

Sam Snow offers Biokenetics at ML

Sam Snow, Biokenetics, Exercise Science

Sam qualified with an undergraduate degree in BSc Sport Science in 2013. She continued to do her honours degree, obtaining a BSc (Hons) Biokinetics in 2014 at the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa.


In 2015, Sam completed her internship at a private Biokinetics practice in Cape Town. She pursued to work at this practice until the end of 2017. She then made the decision to move over to London and joined the Biokinetics practice of Simon Maskell Biokineticist & Associates.


Sam spent many years dancing and through this passion, developed an interest in rehabilitation as well as an overall improvement of body strength & awareness. As this interest developed at a young age, Sam knew that Biokinetics was the career path that she was going to pursue.


The determination within Sam to help individuals recover from a variety of injuries as well as see improved results, made the journey a worthwhile one. She prides herself in improving the lives of her patients through increasing their overall strength & preventing future injuries.


Sam is highly qualified and well-experienced in Sports Massage Therapy and includes this treatment in her rehabilitation plan for patients as and when required.


Special interests:

  • Orthopaedic Rehabilitation
  • Spinal Health and Rehabilitation
  • Woman’s Health
  • Pre and Post-Partum Exercise
  • Exercise for children
  • Exercise for the elderly
  • Sports and Therapeutic massage


Professional Memberships

  • Registered member of the Health Professionals Council of South Africa (HSPCA)
  • Member of the Biokinetics Association of South Africa (BASA)

Biokenetics – A new type of functional exercise

Biokenetics is the study of the Science of Movement and the application of exercise in rehabilitative treatment and performance. It is a South African qualification that requires 5 years of education and its primary focus is to improve movement, physical functioning and health care through using exercise as a modality. It incorporates understanding of the latest research in orthopaedic, cardiac and chronic disease rehabilitation and therefore can offer assistance in management and recovery in a wide range of health conditions; from those suffering musculo-skeletal injury to those with diabetes, neurological conditions and chronic cardiac issues.


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