HomeCape Arthritis and Rheumatology is a specialist centre catering for the needs of patients with arthritis, auto immune disorders, fibromyalgia, gout, osteoporosis and related pain disorders. This holistic team comprises a rheumatologist, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, biokineticist, dietician, dedicated radiology and
Home Address Busamed Paardevlei Hospital Suite 201 4 Gardner Williams Ave Somerset West 7130 Consulting Hours Monday – Thursday: 8.00 – 17.00 Friday: 8.00-13.00 Please contact us on: 021 851 6629 or fill out this form to leave a message:
Cape Arthritis and Rheumatology was established in 2015 in the iconic Busamed Hospital in the tranquil Paardevlei estate for patients with rheumatic disorders including rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, gout, fibromyalgia, polymyalgia rheumatica, auto immune disorders, back pain and osteoporosis.
You may not know why you have pain or what condition you are suffering from, and that is precisely why you should come.
As a leading expert in this field, Dr CA Pettipher prides himself in the following principles:
HomeMuirne van Wyk tells us about her life, her osteoarthritis and her experience with hydrotherapy. I was born in London and grew up on a farm in Middlesex, later in Buckinghamshire, so during my school holidays we would work on the
HomeHydrotherapy techniques are extremely beneficial and can be used with any type of arthritis. Hydrotherapy is also beneficial for people suffering from Parkinsons, Fibromyalgia, many neurological disorders, autoimmune and joint illnesses. Hydrotherapy is not aquarobics, which by contrast is a
Home RETURN TO WORK FIT AND STRONG! Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists An allied health practice, Therapy in Action specialises in hand, musculosketal and vocational rehabilitation and comprises a team of expert occupational therapists and physiotherapists who offer therapeutic and rehabilitation
HomeRheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic inflammatory disease, which, if treated inadequately, leads to irreversible joint damage, resulting in deformities, disability and premature mortality. The disease occurs worldwide and affects approximately 1% of the population.[1,2] Recently, there have been major
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