Jacoline Scott Physiotherapists Inc.
Jacoline Scott qualified as a physiotherapist at the University of the Free State, with a special interest in orthopedics, manual therapy and sports injury management. She completed her OMT1 course, pain management course as well as obtaining her MBA from North West University- Pukke.
Sharing in her passion for physiotherapy, she served as the chairperson of the Vaal Triangle branch of the South African Society of Physiotherapy for 5 years and is a representative at Physiofocus – the private practitioner’s branch of the South African Society of Physiotherapy (SASP). She is also a member of the Sasolmed Clinical Coordination Committee (SCCC). She is a member of the following special interest groups of the SASP: Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy Group(NMSPG), Sport & Pain Management.
Jacoline established her own private practice on 1 October 2000 and is the practice principal. The practice is accredited with the SASP as of 2014. She continues to keep updated with the latest knowledge and skills by doing regular post-graduate courses. She is also registered with the South African Society of Physiotherapy (SASP) and the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA).
She has further qualifications in:
- Dry needling
- Tendon injuries
- Sports injuries
- Hip and Ankle Treatment
- Knee injuries
- Lower back and neck pain
- Sports taping / Leuko-, Kinesio and Dynamic Taping
- Medical law and ethics
- Spinal manipulation
- Pain and Chronic Pain Management
- PGAP (Progressive Goal Attainment Program)
Danelle Odendaal qualified in 2014 as a physiotherapist from the University of Pretoria. She is registered with the SASP and HPCSA as a physiotherapist. She has a passion for athletic injury treatment and is even a qualified hurdles coach. She aims to send her patients off with a smile on their faces.
Her post-graduate training includes Dry Needling, Pilates mat course, Cerebral Palsy seating, Strapping, Shockwave therapy treatment, Back stratification, Acute Sports Management and Ultrasound Imaging Interpretation.
Danelle Odendaal Physiotherapist
We can treat and rehabilitate a variety of conditions, including the following:
- Sports injuries
- Joint and muscle injuries
- Back pain / injury
- Neck pain / injury
- Jaw dysfunctions
- Post-operative conditions
- Chest / Respiratory infections & complications
- Painful and swollen joints
- Muscle soreness
- Arthritic pains
- Posture and muscle imbalances
- Acute & Chronic Pain Management
- Pre- and Post Natal Conditions eg mastitis, back pain
⦁ Computer aided testing:
- Cybex / Isokinetic Muscle Power & Endurance Testing
- Computer-aided Proprioceptive (Balance & Sense of Position) Testing & Exercise
- EMG (Muscle contraction sequence and firing) testing in collaboration with the in-house Biokinetisist: Drene du Plessis
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Meet the whole team:
The team is available to assess and treat your condition:
The difference between Physiotherapy , Occupational Therapy and Biokinetic treatment
In a nutshell, what do they do?
Physiotherapy – “Movement and Rehabilitation Specialist”
Physiotherapists evaluate, treat and rehabilitate people with movement disorders and a variety of conditions that affects the physical functioning of adults and children. Evidence based methods such as exercise, motivation, adapted equipment, education and advocacy are used. Medical subjects such as anatomy, neuroscience and physiology are studied to develop skills and attitudes necessary for the treatment, education, prevention, diagnosis and rehabilitation of patients. Physiotherapists treat patients in both hospitals and the community. Musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardiothoracic, respiratory, pediatrics and sport problems that affect people’s daily functioning as well as intensive care, geriatrics and obstetrics are addressed
Biokinetics – “Exercise specialist”
Biokinetics are concerned with the promotion of health, maintaining physical abilities and final phase rehabilitation. Evaluate people and prescribe exercises to prevent, treat or enhance performance according to an individualized assessment. Treatment for orthopaedic conditions, sport injuries, chronic diseases and conditions, exercise testing and rehabilitation for athletes and health promotion for the general population.
Just for interest’ sake, what does an occupational therapist do?
Occupational Therapy – “Independence specialist”
Occupational therapists improve people’s participation, performance and function in work, home, school and community environments to improve independence. The cognitive, physical, psychosocial and sensory-perceptual aspects are addressed in therapy. This affects physical and mental health, well-being and quality of life.
Occupational therapists treat patients in both hospitals and the community. Therapists work with disabled, geriatric, newborns, scholars and any person with functional impairments.