Physiotherapist in Sandton
We’re physiotherapists with special interest in neck and back, musculoskeletal and sports injuries, particularly running injuries. Our aim is for you to have a better understanding of your body, to be able to move with confidence and to live the life you’re aiming to achieve.
The WellMom service aims to educate and support you in your physical healing post delivery, and to guide your safe return to exercise. Click HERE to find out more about WellMom.
Because we understand movement and the science of pain we are best equipped to provide you with safe and effective relief from back pain with a long term plan to prevent recurrence. Physiotherapy is on the cutting edge of the conservative management of back pain research and rehabilitation after surgery.
From children to adults we will assist in optimising home-work and work ergonomics and teach you how to minimise discomfort and maximise concentration and productivity. Headaches are often related to neck, TMJ and postural dysfunction, as are poor breathing patterns that impacts your general well-being.
At Carmen Andrews Physiotherapy we do sport ourselves – we understand how to protect your injury while minimising loss of fitness, provide technique advice, guide your rehabilitation and reduce the risk of injury recurrence or compensatory injuries. We treat athletes that require specific considerations - juvenile and ultra-endurance athletes.Read more
As physiotherapists we take care of your physical movement as your GP takes care of your systemic health. Treating acute and chronic pain and injuries will optimise your recovery, quality of life and confidence. We can help you with ligament sprains, muscle strains, tendonitis, osteoarthritic conditions and post-operative rehabilitation.Read more
We are physios who run. We love running and appreciate what being able to run means to a runner. We aim to keep you fit and get you running safely as soon as possible, while addressing the root cause of your injury. Our solutions lie in the use of innovative and evidence-based approaches.