Recommended Physio's

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Oakley
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Nols Putter in the Pretoria region, close to Kloof hospital

He is not a climber but wow he really works some magic.

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Ruan has a cool physio that is currently treating him for a partial impingement in his shoulder. His name is Thys Fourie 012 998 6974. He is in Pretoria East.
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Extremely good Chiropractor in Rondebosch if anyone needs one

Dr Malcolm Taylor Registered Chiropractic member of CASA. Management and care of spinal related disorders.
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Address: 30 Bonair Road Rondebosch Cape Town
Phone: 0216868238

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I see this physio list hasn't been updated in a while. Can anyone recommend a physio in Cape Town (preferably southern suburbs), someone with knowledge of climbing related shoulder/tendon injuries.
douard
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I highly recommend Mark Seuring at SPARC who is both a strong climber and a physio

http://www.sparc.co.za/mark-seuring-physiotherapist

021 425 2298 / 082 864 3393
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Overide
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Anyone got a recommendation on a physio (Northern Suburbs, Cape Town) for a foot injury? My fiance rolled her ankle in March while we were doing a trail run. Foot has just never fully recovered. We had xrays taken and there is nothing broken that the doctor could see.
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I highly recommend Mark Seuring at SPARC who is both a strong climber and a physio

http://www.sparc.co.za/mark-seuring-physiotherapist

021 425 2298 / 082 864 3393
Nothing has changed. Worth driving to Mark...
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I can highly recommend Jessie Workman. She sorted out my shoulder injury in no time. She is also a climber. https://jlwstudio.org/ :thumleft:
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True, but that might cost a trip to Rocklands :jocolor:
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Alex69 wrote: Fri Oct 30, 2009 11:27 am Hey guys!

Anybody know a climbing physio in the Pretoria area?

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Tarryn Smith in SilverLakes. After trying a few physios/biokineticists - she helped me a lot with a serious shoulder impingement.
SUPER accommodating with my odd schedule which is rare in any industry
Also - shes got some cool new technology thats different from the usual physios which I ultimately believe helped fix me! :thumright

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4 Graham Road, Shere, Pretoria
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Julia Šmigelskis - Another climbing specific physio, Julia probably work's more climbers than most .

Julia operates from Bloc11 Paarden Eiland and Diep River :arrow: https://www.physio.bloc11.co.za/book-online

You may recall Julia did a study on Hand/finger injuries & fingerboard training last year

Julia has specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and as of yesterday, completed her MSc in Exercise and Sport Physiotherapy :hapban
Julia's special interest is in climbing related physiotherapy, especially assessing and treating finger injuries, but also optimising climbing performance.
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For sever hand/finger injuries I would recommend Tammy Williams at Cape Hand Therapy.
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Works from Kingsbury Hospital
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