Meggan graduated from the University of Witwatersrand in 2008. She completed her community service year at a clinic in Midrand and decided to stay in the government sector, where she was promoted to senior physiotherapist at Hillbrow Clinic.
She has always been interested in teaching and took the opportunity to become involved in part-time lecturing at the University of Witwatersrand and assisting with student examinations. While working at Hillbrow Clinic, Meggan also worked at Parklane Hospital, treating female surgical, ICU, and maternity ward patients.
Meggan developed a keen interest in orthopaedic and sports rehabilitation and decided to move into private practice in 2011, where she managed a practice in Woodmead. She finally joined Poulter-Simon Physiotherapy in 2013 and was promoted to practice manager in 2016.
Meggan has completed many postgraduate courses to develop her skills further and stay current with the latest treatments, including dry needling and an intensive one-year specialisation in orthopaedic and manipulative therapy.
Meggan enjoys staying active in the gym, social mountain bike riding, or playing ball with her son in her free time.