Rodger Trent

Director - Biokineticist
About Me

Rodger Trent is a Biokineticist and Director of Samantha Dunbar Inc. and has been working at the practice since 2011. Rodger studied his undergraduate degree in Sport Communication at the University of Johannesburg and completed his BSc honors degree in 2009 at the University of Zululand. Rodger has completed his Masters in Medicine in Biokinetics at the University of Witwatersrand in 2017. Rodger Trent Biokineticists has grown at Samantha Dunbar Inc. since its inception and includes an additional two qualified Biokineticists and two intern Biokineticists. The newest projects which we have undertaken includes a Wattbike studio, (Wattempo), with programs relating to weight loss and increased high performance on the bike, a social outreach program at the Lion Park School and providing Biokinetic and high performance training at Randpark High School.

As such 2019/2020 has offered us the opportunity to open new practices at the Worldware shopping centre and the latest addition Rosebank. 

 Rodgers masters included the study of South African triathletes. The study evaluated and compared racing and training triathletes and their previous six months of injuries by partaking in a questionnaire, followed by being tested on the functional movement screen with the aim of assessing possible injury prevention.

 Rodger is an avid sportsman and represented his province in rugby and cricket at school and club level. He is also an avid mountain biker and partook in triathlons for three years, being apart of the Trifactri triathlon team, where he made the Gauteng triathlon team. Rodger continues to mountain bike, run and participate in triathlons.

 Rodger’s interests as a Biokineticist include orthopedic injuries, with a special interest in sports injuries, including endurance sports, neurological rehabilitation and personal self-preservation.

 The practice of Biokinetics is “life through movement”, and we at Samantha Dunbar Inc. strive towards this end to not only achieve this but guide our patients through it.