Meet Dr Molyneaux

As a specialist in the field of hearing, ear related problems, voice problems, swallowing, snoring and illnesses involving the nose; Dr Molyneaux takes pride in providing the highest level of care currently available based on local and international standards.   Dr Molyneaux believes in treating his patients in a family orientated environment where everyone's needs are addressed.   Building a growing relationship with a patient and their family is important to him to achieve optimal management of any ENT related problems.

  • History

    After obtaining his medical degree, he completed internship training and community service in an academic environment, balancing his academic career with an active lifestyle including multiple outdoor and indoor sports.

    Dr Molyneaux continued his academic career with training in general surgery and Intensive Care (ICU), thereafter he was enrolled into the University of Stellenbosch where he obtained his specialist qualification - earning the College of Medicine of South Africa's highest honour for academic excellence in his final exams.

    Dr Molyneaux believes in providing the best care to his patients and their families in a safe and friendly environment.   Through his continued strive to provide the best, current care, Dr Molyneaux attends further training and workshops worldwide.   This allows him to offer his patients the best, current treatment options available.

  • Qualifications
    • Fellowship of the College of Otorhinolaryngology of South Africa (FCORL [SA])
    • MMed thesis completed through the University of Stellenbosch
    • Medical degree (MBChB)
    • Registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) and the ENT society of South Africa
  • Awards

    South African Society of Otorhinolaryngology Medal 2015

    Exceptional results in final ENT examination
    (Fellowship of the College of Otorhinolaryngologists)

    First prize from the ENT Society of South Africa

    Poster presentation: “Seasonal variation of complicated sinusitis”
    ENT national Congress 2015

    First prize from the ENT Society of South Africa

    Poster presentation: “A new complication of mastoiditis”
    ENT national Congress 2013

    Welch Allyn award for best in clinical training years (2005)

  • Courses:

    Congresses Attended:

    ENT national congress 2010, 2013, 2014 & 2015

    Courses Attended:

    National

    Ear (otology) courses:

    • Tinnitus & Hyperacusis Workshop | Hosted by ENT society | October 2010
    • Carel du Toit - causes of hearing loss | Hosted by Tygerberg hospital Carel du Toit centre | September 2012
    • Cape endoscopic ear surgery course | Hosted by Professor Loock (University of Stellenbosch) | February 2013
    • Temporal Bone dissection course | Hosted by Professors Loock & Browning (University of Stellenbosch) | April 2013, February 2014 & March 2016
    • 2nd update in Management of patients with vestibular disorders | Hosted by Professor Hofmeyer (University of Pretoria) | July 2013
    • Temporal bone dissection course | Hosted by Professor Linder (University of Free State) | November 2013

    Nose (Rhinology) Courses:

    • Cape Endoscopic sinus surgery course | Hosted by Professor Loock (University of Stellenbosch) | February 2013
    • Fiagon Navigation Training Program Meeting | Hosted by Lanoy | March 2013
    • Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Course | Hosted by Dr Lubbe (University of Cape Town) | October 2014

    Head and Neck Dissection Course

    • Hosted by Professor Fagan (University of Cape Town) | October 2014

    International course:

    Alpine Nasal Course (9th edition) | Switzerland | January 2016

    ENT society of South Africa
    European Rhinological Society
    Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA)