Tanya Bell Jenje and Suzanne Rogers established their first Sports & Orthopaedic Physiotherapy practice, Bell & Rogers, in 1989 in Melville, Johannesburg. Almost a quarter of a century later, with years of focused treatment, lecturing and global service behind them, the practice has been transformed into Physioworx.
Now with Lindsay Harris as the third partner. Physioworx is operating from Wilgeheuwel Hospital and our multi disciplinary practice, Off Nicol Health Wellness and Rehab Centre, in Bryanston. The original Melville practice was sold in May 2016.
Our approach to assessment and treatment is patient specific and individualised.
Often the source of the problem is in a different area to the site of pain. Finding the source means fewer treatments, less recurrence, and better outcomes. To achieve this we offer:
– Detailed assessment from experienced clinicians
– Analysis of movement dysfunction
– A skilled hands-on approach
– Postural & movement correction
– Restoration of muscle imbalances
– Manual and manipulative therapy techniques
– Core stabilisation & creative exercise progression from the juniors to seniors.
Over the years, we have built relationships across the sporting and medical sectors. Our professional team boasts global credentials including serving as principal physiotherapists for South Africa’s national sports teams at some of the most prestigious sporting and endurance events in the world: The 1996 Paralymic Games in Atlanta, the Commonwealth Games of 1998, the All Africa Games of 1999 and the Sydney Olympic Games of 2000.
In addition, Tanya’s Going Global lecture series forms part of the curriculum for professionals in the UK; India; USA; Saudi Arabia and Africa.