About Jaco Swart

Jaco has been helping people just like you for years, people who want to keep active and love to be healthy so they can get the most enjoyment out of life for many years to come! We believe people should have exceptionally better access to great care to help them stay active, mobile & free from painkillers. If you would like to know how the Physiotherapy team at Cilliers & Swart Physiotherapists can help you live with less pain and get back to feeling great again - we invite you to give us a call.

Shoulder pain

Causes of shoulder pain depends on the injured structure within the shoulder joint. Symptoms gives us a clue to what structure might be injured.

By |2022-05-19T12:30:54+02:002022-05-02|Shoulder|

Ankle sprain

Torn ankle ligaments can be quite painful to walk on. We explain in depth Lateral Ankle Sprain, Cracks in the ankle bones, Degree of Ankle ligament tears, Stages of Physiotherapy treatment and when Surgery is necessary. We are the Ankle Experts.

By |2022-05-16T07:37:21+02:002019-02-18|Foot & Ankle|

Muscle Pain

Muscle pain from tears to cramps. Here are a few ways in which a muscle reacts to injury and stiffness. Muscle tears, strains, cramps, spasms, stiffness...

By |2019-05-30T19:16:29+02:002019-02-17|Conditions, Muscle|

Shoulder Joint Pain

The shoulder joint is the most mobile joint and because of how freely it can move is also the least stable joint. Shoulder joint pain can originate from various structures inside and around your shoulder joint.

By |2020-03-30T09:36:41+02:002019-02-17|Shoulder|

Hip Labrum Tear

Hip Labral tears affect the labrum, a ring of cartilage that surrounds the acetabulum. The hard cartilage that stabilizes the hip joint is vulnerable to tear.

By |2021-02-15T09:41:23+02:002019-02-17|Hip|

Bone fractures

Bone fractures of the clavicle (collarbone) or femur (thighbone). How bones heal and repair. We explain the stages of healing & your Physiotherapist treatment program after a fracture.

By |2022-05-07T10:48:13+02:002019-02-15|Bone, Conditions|
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