|First Name||Biance Send Email|
|HPCSA Reg No||OT 0056847|
|Available as an Expert Witness?||Yes|
|Available as a Medico Legal Attorney?||No|
|Available as an Medico Legal Advocate?||No|
Samla Verified Medical Mediator
|Samla Verified Medical Mediator?||No|
|Health Sector Commercial Mediator?||No|
|Technical Medico-Legal Mediator (Personal Injury)?||No|
|Technical Medico-Legal Mediator (Clinical Negligence)?||No|
|Name of institution/s in which I was trained in mediation.|
|Name of authority that has (authorities that have) accredited me as a mediator.|
|I would like to be invited to observe Medical Mediations||No|
|I am willing to provide my services free of charge for pilot projects||No|
|My normal fees for mediation services per hour||R0.00|
|My normal fees for mediation services per day||R0.00|
Work / Business Info
|Work Tel No||0849880691|
|Work Address||2 Penelope Close, Caps Bay, 8005|
|Highest Education Level||Bachelor Degree in Occupational Therapy (2002) University of Pretoria (Bachelors)|
Additional Info ...
|Fields of Interest|| WorkWell certified practitioner
APOM certified practitioner
Special interest in neurodevelopmental therapy
And hand rehabilitation (BAHT).
Biance Grey qualified in 2002 from University of Pretoria and thereafter completed her community service at Applesbosch Hospital near Wartburg.
She then relocated to the UK where she worked in a hospital based neuro and hand rehabilitation team for a period of 4 years. During this time, she inter alia was promoted to a Senior 1 Therapist, qualified in BAHT (British Association of Hand Therapists) level 1 and 2 and was involved in the practical training of students from Oxford Brookes University.
Upon returning to South Africa in 2008, she worked at Ngwelezane Hospital in Northern KZN where she was the Deputy Department Head and gained invaluable clinical experience in hand rehabilitation and other orthopaedic conditions.
In January 2009, she joined Karen Alcock in her general private practice at Entabeni Hospital and in addition, opened a subsidiary of this practice at St. Henry’s Marist Brothers College. She took over this private practice when Karen immigrated in 2010 and continued to provide Occupational Therapy services to in- and outpatients, on a referral basis. During this time, she frequently conducted Functional Capacity Evaluations, for various Insurance Firms such as Discovery, Alexander Forbes, and Momentum and opened subsidiary rooms at Hillcrest Private Practice where she continued to work in hand rehabilitation.
Following the birth of her daughter in 2012, she left this busy private practice to focus on her work in the Medico-Legal Field. To this end, she has been conducting comprehensive Medico-Legal Assessments using standardised FCE systems and triangulation. She has presented both the defending and plaintive attorneys, has been involved in pre-trial consultations as well as preparing joint minutes as required. In 2015, she became an associated in Jane Bainbridge’s well-established Medico-Legal practice based in Westville and continues to consult with Medico-Legal clients both in Durban as well as Cape Town (where she currently resides).