About Renier Cilliers

Renier has been helping people just like you for years, people who want to keep active and love to be healthy so you can recover faster and safely, without risking causing more tissue damage. 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 Physiotherapists at Well Health Pro can help you live with less pain and get back to feeling great again - we invite you to give us a call.

Lower Back Pain

Causes of Lower back pain treatment: muscle, joint, nerve, disc, tendon. Physiotherapist look at the symptoms, types of pain. Some lower back pain causes you need to know. When scans are necessary and how to prevent lower back injuries.

By |2024-03-14T12:54:36+02:002024-03-13|Back|

Slipped Lower Back Disc

Lower back Slipped Disc, Disc Bulge, Hernia. Know the difference between the types of slipped discs. A physio perspective on the signs, symptoms, causes. What to do and what NOT to do.

By |2024-03-14T13:42:08+02:002024-03-13|Back|

Knee Pain

Knee pain can be injury to any of the knee tissues like ligaments, muscle, tendon, meniscus, cartilage & bone. Knee injuries occur suddenly, usually by twisting or turning your knee.

By |2024-03-25T13:13:45+02:002024-02-29|Knee|


Acupuncture treatment used by Physiotherapist Pretoria. The results and why sticking needles into you is a good idea. Acupuncturist & the logic behind it. Comparison between Dry-Needle and Acupuncture

By |2024-02-10T07:16:39+02:002024-02-25|Treatment|

Sports Physiotherapist

Sports Physiotherapists are specialized in the field of Sports injuries. We are considered experts in the field of injury diagnosis, prevention and treatment. We can help you recover faster. Sports Physiotherapists are professional medical practitioners that use treatment techniques and machines to help your body heal.

By |2024-02-28T01:39:15+02:002024-02-24|Sports|

Groin injury

A groin injury is common, comprising 2 to 5 percent of all sports injuries. The groin’s complex anatomy presents multiple opportunities for strains, sprains, tears, overstretching, and overuse injury to the structures in your inner thigh. The groin area is made up of a complex and interconnected construction of bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and other soft tissue located in the lower abdomen, upper thighs, and urogenital area. 

By |2024-03-07T02:43:06+02:002024-02-13|Chest & Groin|
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