ANDRIES LE ROUX
Andries recently returned from the UK, where he worked in the private and occupational health sector for 12 years. For the past 6 years he was the clinical lead therapist and practice manager at a large multidisciplinary practice in Wimbledon. He completed the UK Manipulative Association of Chartered Physiotherapy (MACP) Diploma - equivalent to the OMT course in SA, and follows an evidence based, manual approach to treatment and rehabilitation. He has worked extensively with professional athletes, most recently working with the Surrey County Cricket Club (2016/17).
Andries has specialist skills in:
- Biomechanical assessments
- Running assessments
- Extracorporeal shockwave therapy
- Sports/orthopaedic taping techniques
- Dry needling
- Cervical spine treatment
- Occupational health case management
- Ergonomic assessments
- Medicolegal report writing
After working in an ICU environment focusing on trauma, Jo-Dee changed her focus to outpatient and rehabilitation work. She lived and worked in the USA for 5 years in which time she worked with the Charlotte Hornets, a professional basketball team. Whilst in the USA she adopted an osteopathic and alignment approach to evaluation and treatment. She developed an exercise video for the Lupus Foundation of the USA. Her reputation speaks for itself, and she has lectured on multiple continuous development courses.
Jo-Dee moved to the Advanced Rehabilitation Parkmore centre in July 2017, having practiced in the Sandton area for more than 15 years. She is the owner of Pro-Active Therapy and continues to practice under this banner, but is fully integrated with the Advanced Rehabilitation Parkmore team.
Jo-Dee has specialist skills in:
- Neuro physiological dry needling
- Specific nasal technique
- Graston soft tissue release technique