Physiotherapist – Anel Prinsloo.

An intro regarding our physio, Anel Prinsloo.  

Qualifications:     B.Sc. (PHYSIOTHERAPY) – University of the Free State

Anel has always had had an absolute passion for both sports and health. At school, she excelled at athletics, netball, and dance. It was after a netball injury that she was diagnosed with severe scoliosis. This resulted in years of intensive rehabilitation, Physiotherapy and even a visit to the theatre to no avail. This experience was the catalyst that inspired Anel to become a fitness instructor and to study Physiotherapy at the University of the Free State.

Her passion for sport led her to help with the German National Hockey side as well as at Comrades and the Iron Man while still a student. After qualifying, she also helped at the Grant Khomo rugby tournament, the equivalent of the U/16 Craven Week. Shortly thereafter she moved to the West Coast where she worked in various outpatient departments and hospitals (ICU/High-care, General- and Pediatric Respiratory & Orthopaedics).

This experience combined with her recovery from personal injury helped Anel understand the need to look at each injury holistically in order to achieve a full recovery. This philosophy resonated with the motto, “ Cure the Cause, not the Complaint”. So after completing post-graduation courses in dry needling and pain relief, Anel moved to Johannesburg to further expand on her knowledge and experience. She now supports her already vast experience in Physiotherapy, Dry-Needling and Pain Relief with Kinesiology, Plantar Posturology (  The Yellow Pages ) and the STARTÔ Technique.

Anel will be working from our premises on select days and booking can be made via the Fourways branch of My Physio’s on 011 467-7022.

About sbrsport

SBR Sport specialises in Swimming, Biking and Running. On the medical side we are able to do intensive bike setups, leg assessments and soft tissue release. Follow us on twitter - www.twitter.com/swimbikerunshop and/or facebook - www.facebook.com/sbrsport.
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