We strive to provide effective and efficient quality physiotherapy in order to facilitate healing by establishing emotional, mental and physical well-being. We believe that a happy, functioning body forms the corner stone in improving and maintaining an individual’s health. Our goals are to incorporate prevention, treatment, education, health promotion and rehabilitation to all patients. In order to achieve this daily practice dynamically and successfully we aim to identify and treat the cause of your condition. In addition we attempt to combat numerous stressors that may accumulate and result in serious loss of health and as a result, to prevent the gradual cumulative effect this can have on health before it becomes serious.
Andrea finished her physiotherapy degree at Wits University in 2011 and completed her community service year at Natalspruit hospital in Johannesburg South. She moved into private practice in 2013 where she worked alongside, and was trained by some of the top sports and general physiotherapists in Johannesburg. She completed the SPT (sports physiotherapy) specialisation course in 2014 and the following year completed OMT (orthopaedic manipulative therapy), which is the specialised treatment of joint, muscle and nerve conditions that would be seen in a general outpatient setting. She opened her own practice in 2018 and is currently completing her Masters in neuromusculoskeletal pain management through Wits University. She currently works between both the Randpark Ridge and Sandton practices.
Danita graduated from the University of Pretoria in 2020 and has completed various post-graduate courses including women’s health, dry needling, and sports strapping. She qualified as an animal physiotherapist in 2022 and she is passionate about both humans and their animal companions. She enjoys working with patients who have neuromuscular, orthopaedic and women’s health conditions, to provide them relief from pain, to improve their quality of life, and to help them return to function. She uses various physiotherapy techniques and exercises to help patients reach their full potential and strives to improve both human and animal well-being.
Jessica graduated from The University of the Witwatersrand in 2016 and has spent the past few years working closely with patients requiring neuromusculoskeletal and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. Jessica has completed various post-graduate courses including dry needling and sports taping and is currently completing a post-graduate certification in Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Jessica is passionate about working with people and improving their quality of life through pain reduction and movement training.
The friendly voice at the end of the phone is our lovely practice manager Sue. When you meet her you’ll also become acquainted with her contagious smile and her big heart. She joined the physio.co.za team 12 years ago bringing with her a vast range of secretarial, bookkeeping, crisis debriefing and trauma counselling experience. She has a great love and empathy for people, which is why she loves her job and naturally goes the extra mile.