Simon Maskell

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Owner & Senior Biokineticist – UK

Partner & Consultant Biokineticist – SA


BSc (Med)(Hons) Exercise Science (Biokinetics) (2007) – University of Cape Town;

BCom Sports Management (2006) – University of Johannesburg


Simon Maskell is a well experienced Biokineticist with a BSc (Med)(Hons) Exercise Science (Biokinetics) Honours Degree from the University of Cape Town (2007) and a B.Com Sports Management Degree at the University of Johannesburg (2006).


He completed his internship at the Sports Science Institute of South Africa in 2008. He continued to work in the Sport and Exercise Medicine practice, and the orthopaedics Biokinetics practice at the Sports Science Institute of South Africa, where he performed extensive cardiac rehabilitation, chronic disease rehabilitation and orthopaedic injury assessment and rehabilitation. 


In February 2010, he established his own Maskell Biokineticists practice in Cape Town, South Africa which is in full operation. 


Simon is a registered member of the Health Professionals Council of South Africa (HPCSA) and a proud member of Biokinetics Association of South Africa (BASA) and was previously on the BASA Board in the Western Cape. He is a member of the South African Sports Medicine Association (SASMA) and Exercise is Medicine South Africa (EIM).


Simon is a member of to the British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (BACPR) and the British Association of Sports Rehabilitators and Trainers (BASRaT).


Simon has gained great knowledge and experience in the field of Sports Medicine and Exercise Rehabilitation, with specialist knowledge in Orthopaedic, Cardiac and Chronic Disease Rehabilitation. Simon is passionate about wellness and lifestyle management in both the private and corporate setting. He now offers his services as a Biokineticist in London, United Kingdom.



Scientific Publication

R.P. Lamberts, S. Maskell, J. Borresen, M.I. Lambert. Adapting workload improves the measurement of HRR. International Journal of Sports Medicine  32(9):698-702