23 Morris St

MVM Hse Woodmead Exchange

Morris St

Sandton

2128

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.0406

28.06626

2 Jameson Ave

Jameson Ave

Johannesburg

2193

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.142391

28.048717

physiotherapists (regd with hp...

14 Fort Rd

Fort Rd

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

physiotherapists (regd with hp...

37 Mark Ave

Mark Ave

Johannesburg

2195

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.146356

27.962376

physiotherapists (regd with hp...

6 George Av

George Av

Johannesburg

2192

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.1489

28.09967

56 Dolweni Av

Dolweni Av

Randburg

2154

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.16898

27.92955

Vincent Av

5

Vincent Av

Sandton

2060

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.073143

28.048792

c/o Leeukop & Naivasha Rd

Sunninghill Square SCntr

c/o Leeukop & Naivasha Rd

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.03398

28.06562

304 Tungsten Rd

Tungsten Rd

Randburg

2001

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.0480899

28.02127

Physiotherapists

Physiotherapists are knowledgeable members of the health care teams who help patients to recover from injury and illness. They are professionals who specialise in maximising human movement, function and potential. These professionals can work with or on a person after injury, an accident or surgery or in sporting clubs to prevent injury. There are a wide variety of places where physiotherapists can work for instance, hospitals, private clinics, hospices, nursing homes, private homes, gyms and many more.

Physiotherapists in South Africa offer treatment for various injuries, disabilities or other difficulties in m body movement through physical means. They assist in the prevention of further injury, damage and disability.  When assisting patients physiotherapists undertake a comprehensive assessment of the patient that include asking detailed questions about the problem, the time it started, the activities that worsen it and general health questions. They provide specialised services that are patient specific through assessment, listening to the patient. All the information helps in the design of treatment programmes. Treatment is given in accordance to the condition of the patient. Patient participatory is encouraged as it contributes to the outcomes of the treatment plan. Patients who go through physiotherapy rehabilitation exercises can find themselves walking properly again even if they were no longer able to do it.

Clients without family physiotherapists should try to find one. You are advised that you should look for someone with letters HPCSA after their name as this indicates that the physiotherapists registered with the health professions council.

For more information on physiotherapists visit Yellow pages website www.yellopages.co.za

Physiotherapists

Physiotherapists are knowledgeable members of the health care teams who help patients to recover from injury and illness. They are professionals who specialise in maximising human movement, function and potential. These professionals can work with or on a person after injury, an accident or surgery or in sporting clubs to prevent injury. There are a wide variety of places where physiotherapists can work for instance, hospitals, private clinics, hospices, nursing homes, private homes, gyms and many more.

Physiotherapists in South Africa offer treatment for various injuries, disabilities or other difficulties in m body movement through physical means. They assist in the prevention of further injury, damage and disability.  When assisting patients physiotherapists undertake a comprehensive assessment of the patient that include asking detailed questions about the problem, the time it started, the activities that worsen it and general health questions. They provide specialised services that are patient specific through assessment, listening to the patient. All the information helps in the design of treatment programmes. Treatment is given in accordance to the condition of the patient. Patient participatory is encouraged as it contributes to the outcomes of the treatment plan. Patients who go through physiotherapy rehabilitation exercises can find themselves walking properly again even if they were no longer able to do it.

Clients without family physiotherapists should try to find one. You are advised that you should look for someone with letters HPCSA after their name as this indicates that the physiotherapists registered with the health professions council.

For more information on physiotherapists visit Yellow pages website www.yellopages.co.za

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