About Renier Cilliers

Cilliers & Swart Physiotherapist: Renier 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. "Witness medical history in the making."

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.

2021-05-14T10:44:33+02:00By |Knee|

Hip pain

The hip pain is complex & not many medical practitioners are able to pinpoint the main source of your hip pain. Put us to the challenge

2020-05-17T10:01:09+02:00By |Hip|

Groin Pain

Causes of groin pain in the inner thigh and pelvis, symptoms and exercises that can prevent groin injuries. Distinguish between types of groin pain. Groin pain can come from any structure in or surrounding your inner thigh where there are numerous arteries and veins as well as large muscles like the adductor group that attaches to the pelvis. Your inner thigh pain can be caused by any of the muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, or joints in the groin area.

2020-07-07T10:10:07+02:00By |Chest & Groin|

Sports Physiotherapist Pretoria East

Sports injury Physiotherapist are professional medical practitioners that use treatment techniques and machines to help your body heal. We can help you recover faster. Sports Physiotherapists are specialized in the field of Sports injuries. We are considered experts in the field of physiologically enhancing the normal healing of tissue.

2019-02-20T09:00:21+02:00By |Sports, Treatment|

Thigh pain

Thigh pain can be caused by any of the muscles, tendons or joints or nerves running along the front, back or outer side of your right and left thigh.

2021-05-14T10:41:02+02:00By |Legs|
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