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Based in Pretoria-East. Qualified physiotherapist that’ll get you going again.

Conditions section

Conditions

We provide an accurate medical diagnosis of your condition. To view a list of conditions we deal with on a daily bases…
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Treatment section

Treatment

We are equipped with a variety of equipment & skills to treat most conditions, here are a few treatment methods we use…
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Pain section

Pain

Pain is your body’s way of telling you something is wrong. Know more about your pain…
  
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Recent Articles

30Nov

Plantar Fasciitis

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Plantar Fasciitis What is the Plantar Fascia? The plantar fascia is a thick flat band of tissue made up of… Read More →
23Nov

Runner’s Knee

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Runner’s Knee Runner’s knee falls under an umbrella term which includes various conditions that may cause pain in and around… Read More →
23Nov

Knee Joint Osteoarthritis

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Knee Joint Osteoarthritis There are three different types of arthritis that can occur in your knees. The most common type… Read More →
03Nov

Foot Pain

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The foot is a highly detailed and intricate part of the body, with close relationships between the many bones, ligaments,… Read More →
03Nov

Ankle pain

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At some point, nearly everyone have ‘twisted’ their ankle. Most ankle injuries occur from twisting or turning while your weight… Read More →

What Our Clients Say

Renier quickly helped me get back on my feet (literally) when I fractured my left ankle and tore a tendon in my right foot.
Gerhardt Strydom, entrepreneur
Dislocated my shoulder twice, Renier fixed it – much better than it ever was before.
C van der Merwe, professional athlete
I was scheduled for surgery. I feared going under the knife, then I found these miracle workers!! 3 years later, still no surgery
O Swanepoel, administrator
I couldn’t stand, sit, walk, do anything without screaming from excruciating back pain. I never thought I could feel normal again. Bless those hands.
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