At Chantelle van Rooyen Physiotherapy we strive to provide holisitic and evidence based therapy, which focuses on preventing any reoccurence of injuries. Our treatment is hands on with the therapist's undivided attention - no being stuck on a machine for 45 minutes!
We do detailed postural and biomechanical assessments, which aids in the correct diagnosis and gets to the root of the problem, rather than just treating the symptoms.
Our treatments aim to aid the healing process, and in turn allows you to get back to daily activities as quickly as possible.
We charge medical aid rates and if you would so prefer, submit to medical aid on your behalf.
"When you touch one thing with deep awareness,
you touch everything."
— Lao Tzu —
Physiotherapy for adults and children
PUT YOUR BODY
IN GOOD HANDS
Sport specific injuries
Back and neck pain
Treatment after surgery
Pregnancy related back pain
Injury of any joints and muscles
Hand injuries and surgeries
Kineseo taping and sports taping
Juvenile related rheumatoid conditions
Chantelle van Rooyen
Owner and Physiotherapist
Chantelle qualified as a physiotherapist at the University of the Free State in 2010 and went on to complete her Community Service at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in 2011, where she treated a wide spectrum of conditions. She completed her Orthopaedic Manipulation Techniques (OMT) post graduate qualification in 2012 in order to provide the best neuromusculoskeletal assessments and treatments possible to her patients.
After gaining valuable private sector experience, she proceeded to launch her own bustling private practice in Sandton, Johannesburg in 2014 and later added a secondary corporate practice in Randburg at the Multichoice head office in 2016. During this time, she has worked with numerous top athletes and performers in their respective disciplines as sports injuries are one of her passions.
Chantelle continuously strives to broaden her professional knowledge by attending courses pertaining to the latest treatment techniques and assessment skills.
PJ Le Grange
PJ qualified as a physiotherapist from the University of Stellenbosch in 2014. Prior to this he obtained a qualification in Sports Science, specialising in high performance of athletes.
This cultivated a special interest in the treatment of sports and orthopaedic conditions. He went on to complete his Sport Physiotherapy (SPT) post graduate qualification in 2018 in order to provide his patients with the best possible assessment and treatment techniques.
PJ is the current head physiotherapist of the Tel Aviv Heat rugby team during the rugby Europe Super Cup as well as the SA men's hockey team during the FIH Pro League. Before making the move to Cape Town, he was head physiotherapist at the Bidvest Wits Football club competing in the PSL.