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Roxan Swaby-Smikle, RPT

Roxan is a highly esteemed Registered Physiotherapist whose professional trajectory has been fortified by extensive training and practical experience in Jamaica.


During her tenure at the South East Regional Health Authority hospitals, Roxan has garnered substantial expertise in musculoskeletal, orthopedic, and neurological rehabilitation. Her adeptness encompasses a wide spectrum of musculoskeletal conditions, encompassing sports-related injuries, post-operative orthopedic complexities, and neurological ailments like Stroke and Parkinson's Disease.


Roxan also holds certification in lymphatic massage, contributing a distinctive facet to her wide-ranging therapeutic skill set. Furthermore, her holistic approach to healing includes providing hydrotherapy to aid post-operative patients and those contending with chronic pain.


In addition to her clinical pursuits, Roxan is deeply committed to volunteerism. She actively engages with various 5k events on the island and generously contributes her expertise to the Special Olympics Cayman Islands. Her steadfast dedication to a holistic healthcare philosophy is reflected in her unwavering commitment to optimizing patient care. Her paramount goals encompass alleviating pain, augmenting functionality, and enhancing the overall quality of life for her patients. 


Roxan is resolute in ensuring that each individual receives comprehensive treatment tailored to their unique needs and well-being.



Kareisa Riley, RPT

Kareisa is a dedicated Physiotherapist whose journey began with training at the prestigious University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica, culminating in her graduation in 2019. With a passion for patient care and a commitment to excellence, Kareisa has honed her skills through hands-on experience at various esteemed institutions, including hospitals under the South East Regional Health Authority (SERHA) and the University Hospital of the West Indies.


Specializing in a diverse array of areas, her expertise spans orthopedic conditions such as Lower Back Pain, Cervical Radiculopathy, and Total Hip Replacement, to neurological disorders like Stroke, Spinal Cord Injuries, and Parkinson’s Disease.

She also provides comprehensive care for cancer patients, addressing post-mastectomy rehabilitation and conditions like Multiple Myeloma, along with lymphedema management.


Kareisa's dedication to holistic care extends to addressing pelvic floor prolapse, cardiac rehabilitation, and pulmonary rehabilitation. With extensive training in various modalities, including Massage Therapy and Hydrotherapy acquired during her tenure at the University of the West Indies, she enriches her capacity to deliver tailored and effective treatments, ensuring exceptional care for her patients.


With a compassionate approach and a wealth of experience, Kareisa stands as a trusted professional in the field of Physiotherapy, dedicated to helping patients achieve optimal health and wellness.

What is Physiotherapy?

The goal of physical therapy (PT) or physiotherapy is to improve mobility, restore function, reduce pain, and prevent further injury by using a variety of methods, including exercises, stretches, joint and soft tissue manipulation, dry needling/acupuncture, and massage. Physiotherapists treat people of all ages, and ranging from the elite athlete to the everyday individual.

Our physiotherapists treat musculoskeletal injuries, joint pain or disorders including low back pain and headaches, neurological conditions, rehabilitation from injury and rehabilitation pre- and post-surgery, including heart surgery and mastectomy.

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