Full time employment offered - Cape Town, Vredehoek. Starting date from November 2017 - in an established Practice, centrally located. Out-patient physio experience necessary. Candidates who have completed OMT1 or SPT1 preferred. Pilates training essential due to the Practice having a Pilates studio adjoined to it. The position will suit a dynamic physio looking to work in a collaborative team environment. If interested, please email your CV to email@example.com.
Physiotherapist required - HG Physio: Prime Human Performance Institute, in Durban.
Physiotherapist required with minimum 2 to 3 years of experience, preferably with an interest in Sports Physio. Available to work weekends - includes hospital work.
Candidate must have:
Website address: http://primehp.co.za/
Well established Physiotherapy practice for sale in the South of Johannesburg
Well established Physiotherapy practice for sale in the South of Johannesburg. Situated on the main road of Michelle Avenue, in a busy medical centre. Main focus of the practice has been in Sports and Spinal conditions. Full turnkey solution including all equipment, website, business operating procedures and marketing strategy. Seller emigrating. Contactric@physiopro.co.za / 0827951340
Full-time physiotherapist required for a vibrant, multi-disciplinary practice in the NHC Honeydew.
Looking for a full-time physiotherapist at a vibrant, multi-disciplinary practice in the NHC Honeydew. We treat mostly orthopedic outpatients and sports patients with the occasional chest patient. SPT/OMT 1 preferred. Competitive remuneration offered. Looking for someone to start as soon as possible. Please email Chantalle van den Berg on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0730524351.
Invitation to express interest in SEMLI Physiotherapy Clinical Services:
The University of Pretoria has identified Sport, Exercise Medicine and Lifestyle Interventions for Chronic Disease as one of its four main strategic niche areas for research activity in the next decade. To realise this strategic goal the SEMLI (Sport, Exercise Medicine and Lifestyle Institute) was established in June 2015, under the directorship of Professor Martin Schwellnus. The vision of the SEMLI is to be an international leader in scientific research that promotes health and well-being in the population through lifestyle interventions, reduces exercise-related injuries and medical complications, and promotes sporting excellence on a platform characterised by world class education, service delivery and the use of modern technology.
A clinical services, research and teaching platform is being developed within the SEMLI on the LC de Villiers Sports Campus utilising existing infrastructure and developing new infrastructure. This platform will include clinical services in the areas of sport and exercise medicine, orthopaedics, radiology, physiotherapy, biokinetics, sports nutrition, sports psychology, sports science, biomechanics, and others. These clinical services will be accessible to UP staff and students, students at the TuksSport School, members of the public, and visiting national and international athletes.
The SEMLI Sports Physiotherapy clinical service will be provided through a registered physiotherapy practice under the directorship of UP academic staff members in the Physiotherapy department. This practice would like to provide the opportunity for private sports physiotherapists that are also committed to research and teaching, to consult on a sessional basis at the SEMLI Sports Physiotherapy Practice. In so doing, we hope to create a partnership that takes advantage of a multi-disciplinary environment to advance research, teaching and clinical excellence in the field of Sport Physiotherapy.
Some opportunities this creates for any private practitioners that are interested in being involved include:
If you are interested in being involved in this exciting initiative, please reply to Dr Elzette Korkie by email (email@example.com), so that we may arrange for more detailed discussions with you around the opportunities that may exist.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Prof Martin Schwellnus
Director: Sport, Exercise Medicine
& Lifestyle Institute (SEMLI)
Prof Joyce Mothabeng
Head of Department: Physiotherapy
Dr Elzette Korkie