We Will Take Care
of Your Body
We offer comprehensive
pain management and rehabilitation services for adults and children.
our New Practice
in Amble Ridge Village
Better Facilities for Even Better Service
We completed the move of our practice from Rex Drive to Amble Ridge Village in Hunters Home at the end of 2017.
From here, we can offer our clients even better service. The move allowed for a larger practice to accommodate our expanding client base, where a full-time second physiotherapist now ensures a shorter waiting period on appointments.
We’ve also added additional pain management and rehabilitation options, like hydrotherapy in the indoor heated swimming pool.
Hydro sessions are twice per week.
No appointment is necessary, but a physio assessment is required.
Meet Our Team
We go With you to Hospital
We also service our patients before and after surgery in-hospital at Knysna Life Private Hospital and Advanced Health Day Hospital.
We'll be by your side throughout your hospital stay and recovery process.
Pain Management vs
Most patients visit a physiotherapist after home remedies, massaging and pain medication are not sufficient anymore to reduce chronic pain.
Knowing exactly what the cause of your pain is (whether as a result of an injury or wear-&-tear), we will show you how you can make small adjustments to your posture and lifestyle to manage your pain, increase your flexibility and maximise your mobility.
It’s often just knowing what you can do (and which movements you should be avoiding) which can have a huge impact on your day-to-day activities and pain levels.
Active pain management instead of constantly medicating for your pain is a much better way of dealing with your discomfort or pain.
We will help you lead a healthier lifestyle.
Some Physio Tips
Give your body a break by moving around every twenty minutes during work hours. Pause to do stretches or get up and walk around. Also move when you’re not working. Try to avoid falling into the same positions and posture as you adopt at work when you’re not working – don’t hunch over screens during your leisure hours!
Check the position of your laptop or computer screen. Your eyes should focus on the screen at a point 15 degrees below the horizontal – in other words, you should be looking very slightly downwards. The computer should be positioned directly in front of you. Angling it even slightly can cause strain on one side of the neck. The distance should…
Beware of not thrusting your head or chin forward when you do desktop work. This can cause muscle strain and pain. Imagine you are suspended from a balloon, with the string attached to the crown of your head. Your chin would naturally tuck in a little, and the curve in the back of your neck would straighten. That’s a good…
If you need to use a telephone often or for long periods, don’t be tempted to hold your phone between your shoulder and ear. This causes intense strain on the muscles. Get a headset if you need to work while talking, or use a hands-free phone on speaker.