Audiologist & Speech Therapist
B. Speech & Hearing Therapy (UDW)
Cert. Vest. Disorders (UCT)
PR. No. 8211698
Mandy Pillay is an Audiologist & Speech Therapist in private practice at the Crompton Hospital in Pinetown, Hillcrest Private Hospital as well as Le Domaine Retirement Village in Hillcrest.
Mandy Pillay has 20 years of experience having practiced in the government sector (public hospitals) as well as private practice (private hospitals). She specializes in vertigo/ balance and dizziness disorders, newborn hearing testing, industrial audiology as well as general hearing tests and fitting of hearing aids. She also hosted CME discussions with doctors and other medical professionals as well as talks at Baby workshops and ante-natal clinics for expecting mothers. Mandy Pillay is registered with the Health Professionals Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as well as the South African Speech-Language Hearing Association (SASLHA) and South African Audiology Association (SAA).
Balance and Dizziness Assessments
Newborn Hearing Testing
Hearing Screening at Schools
B.A. Speech-Language Pathology (UKZN)
M.A. Speech-Language Pathology (UKZN)
PR. NO. 0363359
Natasha Pillay has a Master,s degree in Speech-Language Pathology. Speech Therapy is provided at schools as well as private hospitals: Hillcrest Private Hospital, Crompton Hospital (Pinetown) as well as Westville Hospital.
She practiced in the government sector before joining Mandy Pillay in private practice. Natasha Pillay is a lecturer at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal for undergraduate Speech Pathology students. She also hosted CME discussions with doctors and other medical professionals as well as talks at Baby workshops and ante-natal clinics for expecting mothers. Natasha Pillay is registered with the Health Professionals Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as well as the South African Speech-Language Hearing Association (SASLHA).
Auditory Processing, Reading, Phonics
Stuttering, Articulation/ Pronunciation
Voice Disorders, Vocal Hoarseness
Stroke, Head Injury, Parkinson’s Disease
Swallowing/ Feeding Disorders
Speech Therapy at Schools