Visser and Pieters Physiotherapy was established in 2015 by Nadia Visser and Saskia Pieters.The practice was initially started in 2007 as Badenhorst and Visser Physiocare but then changed name in 2015 to Visser and Pieters Physiotherapy.
We provide a physiotherapy service specialising in the treatment of spinal and sports injuries, musculoskeletal disorders, respiratory problems, women’s health disorders and lynotherapy.
Physiotherapy is our passion and to manage each injury to the best of our ability; either by hands-on treatment, advice and coaching, rehabilitation or refering the client to the appropriate medical professional. We take satisfaction in making life better for people who struggle with pain.
Visser and Pieters Physiotherapy is situated in Intercare Silver Lakes, where we work in a multi-disciplinary team with doctors,nurses, dentists, pathologists, dieticians, psychologist, biokinetisists and a sexologist, as well as the privilege of having an x-ray department.
All treatment sessions are claimed directly from the medical aid and the practice invoice according to medical aid tariffs.
Nadia Visser is a physiotherapist with a special interest in Women’s Health, especially pain in the pelvis area, as well as general spinal, sport and orthopaedic conditions. She is one of the founders and directors of Visser and Pieters Physiotherapy in Silver Lakes Intercare since 2007. She is a member of the South African Society of Physiotherapy (SASP), as well as the Women’s Health Physiotherapy Group and The Orthopaedic Manual Physiotherapy Group of the SASP. She is also a member of the South African Urogynaecology Association.
Saskia Pieters is a physiotherapist who joined the initial practice in 2011 and became partner and director in 2015. She has a special interest in general spinal (neck and back problems) and completed her Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy course in 2010. She also enjoys working with general sport injuries and orthopaedics. Saskia is an avid Mountain Biker and does that together with horse riding in her spare time.
She is a member of the South African Society of Physiotherapy (SASP), as well as the The Orthopaedic Manual Physiotherapy Group of the SASP.
Joh-Ann Gouws is a physiotherapist who joined the practice, working part time, in 2014. She has a special interest in women’s health, especially pelvic dysfunction as well as orthopaedic rehabilitation. She does trail running in her spare time. She is a member of the WHPG and OMPTG
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Monday – Friday 07:00AM – 18:00PM
Saturday 08:30AM – 12:00PM
Intercare Hazeldean Square
c/o Lynnwood (Graham) and Silver Lakes rd