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Dr. Mu-ammar Williams

I was born and raised in the colourful community of Bo-Kaap, in Cape Town’s CBD. I completed my studies at Stellenbosch University before moving to the Eastern Cape to complete my training in both urban and rural settings.

During my community service year, I served as the sole medical officer for a hospital in a small town in the Eastern Cape, caring for a community of 10,000 incredible individuals.

Throughout my career, I have explored various medical disciplines and discovered my true passions in natural medicine, mental health, and wellness. My fascination with the mind-body-soul connection led me to integrative medicine, where I combine the best of traditional therapies with the power of natural solutions. It is incredibly rewarding to see patients not just manage their conditions but truly thrive through dietary adjustments, herbal remedies, and stress-reduction techniques. Life is a journey, and I am dedicated to empowering my patients to take charge of their well-being—physically, mentally, and spiritually.

Since 2022, I have been practising in private settings and hospitals in Cape Town. I am now thrilled to join the Waterfront Medical team, where I will continue to provide our current services while offering guidance and support in various therapies to help patients empower themselves.

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Dr Carlien Neethling

I am Dr Carlien Neethling (known as Carlien van Rensburg after being married).

I was born in a small town in the North West and completed my studies at the University of Pretoria. Thereafter I completed my internship at Victoria Hospital in Wynberg, Cape Town and partly at Steve Biko Hospital in Pretoria.


For my community service, I was placed in more rural areas of North West; where I saw a different side of medicine.

After completing my service years, I started working as a GP in Roodepoort, Gauteng.


When the Covid era started; I went to work in the Covid and Trauma/Medical ICU at Helen Joseph Hospital in Johannesburg. This was a bittersweet time, but an experience I will truly

never forget.

I then worked in a Microbiology lab for a few months until my husband and I moved to Cape Town. And wow! How we love it!

I really love general medicine, but have special interests in skin care, nutrition, and gut health. I also enjoy doing small procedures like wart/mole removals, abscess drainage, stitching, or whatever might be the requirement.
I am always open to new ideas and challenges; so expect lots of new services at the practice.


We are offering a brand new IV drip menu (which offers phenomenal benefits), and will soon offer additional skin care treatments, aesthetics, amazing weight loss programs and a 1-month total holistic health program.

Fun fact about me: In my free time I love to run and cycle, and I am always keen to hike a mountain (I do it for the view)!

I hope to see you as a patient in my practice soon! I love building relationships with my patients and it is of utmost importance to me to ensure you get offered the best possible treatment.

And remember: “We only have two homes; earth – and our body. Look after both”.

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