Featured Programmes

SSISA offers a range of Programmes to fit your needs

Enhancing Lives Through Science  

We’re very passionate about what we do at the SSISA and are passionate about realising our mission statement. From the interns and students to the heads of departments and CEO we are all strongly unified in our efforts to conduct world class research and provide best-practice services that make a difference not only to many South African’s health and well-being but have a global impact too .

Specialised Health Services

Our Specialised health service providers are here for you
  • Sports Medicine
    Drs Jason Suter, Jeroen Swart and Leigh Gordon, are proud to...
  • Dietetics
    Shelly Meltzer & Associates offer a complete package of diet...
  • Biokinetics
    Whether you are suffering from a chronic disease or are a to...

Social Investment

The Sports Science Institute of South Africa strives to optimise the health and sporting performance of all South Africans. Our Social Investment unit aims to utilise company resources, the power of sport and our intellectual property to benefit and uplift communities. We are currently involved in five projects that positively impact the youth, our teachers and elders of the community; as well as those that guide and nurture rising talent.

SSISA in the media and our Blog

Read our Blog for interesting articles and updates and read articles about us in the media


It's the most wonderful time of the year - but don't let the silly season get the better of you! SSISA is here to keep you active throughout the holidays. Please take note of our festive season times for the Fitness Centre and Creche.   FITNESS CENTRE FESTIVE...

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HEADING TO CAPE TOWN THIS SUMMER… Training for a big game or event?  Want to stay in shape during your trip?  Or simply keen to get close to the sporting action? Visit the Sports Science Institute of South Africa (next to the Newlands Rugby and Cricket...

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Drowsy Driving: This Is What You Must Know

It is estimated that more vehicle crashes happen due to drowsy driving than due to driving under influence of alcohol. In fact, sleep deprivation can have a similar effect on your body as drinking alcohol. SSISA sleep scientist, Rob Henst, explains the dangers...

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