Tatenda graduated from the University of Zimbabwe in 2002 with a Bachelors Degree in Physiotherapy. She has worked in a variety of settings in three countries including Zimbabwe, Australia and the United Kingdom where she has spent most of her working career so far.
She believes that in order to be effective in treating pain and to prevent future injury a holistic approach needs to be adopted. Hence she enjoys combining manual therapy, exercise and patient education to treat her patients. Tatenda has a keen interest in sporting injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, musculoskeletal conditions including low back and hip pain, neck and shoulder pain, headaches and jaw pain and ankle sprains.
Her passion for treating sporting injuries led her to complete a Masters Degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine at the University of Nottingham in 2008.
She has over 20 years of experience in her profession and has previously travelled on an international tour as the Zimbabwe Rugby Team physiotherapist. She is a member of Australian Physiotherapy Association.
Outside work she enjoys walking, swimming and watching rugby.