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Fields of Expertise | Rehabilitation

Chronic conditions

  • Hypertension/ cholesterol/ type I and II diabetes
  • Hypothyroidism/ hyperthyroidism
  • Fibromyalgia/ Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Chronic heart failure/ post heart attack/ cardiovascular risk
  • Body Mass Index higher than recommended for age and/or gender
  • Borderline hypertension/ borderline cholesterol/ pre-diabetic – no medication
  • Lifestyle modification for low risk in chronic disease development
  • Stress/ Depression
  • Atrial fibrillation/ angina (chest pain)/ ischemia
  • Post coronary bypass surgery/ valvular heart disease/ pacemakers/ cardiac transplant
  • Renal failure/ dialysis/ kidney transplant
  • Chronic obstructive or restrictive pulmonary disease/ chronic asthma
  • HIV
  • Cancer
  • Multiple sclerosis/ Parkinson’s disease/ Alzheimer’s disease
  • Pregnancy

Orthopaedic conditions

  • Muscular/ tendon strains, tears and ruptures or tendonitis
  • Ligament sprains, tears and ruptures or repairs
  • Shoulder injuries, pain or dislocations
  • Knee injuries, pain or instability
  • Mechanical back pain or vertebral disc pathology
  • Post-operative joint replacements or surgery
  • Hernias, caesareans and abdominal surgery
  • Fractures to weight bearing bones – requiring stabilization
  • Osteoporosis/ rheumatoid- or osteoarthritis
  • Spinal surgery
  • Neuromuscular disorders/ cerebral palsy/ polio and post-polio syndrome
  • Stroke/ spinal cord injury/ muscular dystrophy/ Gilliam barre

General conditioning and weight loss

  • General conditioning and maintenance programming
  • Programming to individual specific weight loss needs
  • Functional group classes for all athletes
  • Aqua aerobics
  • Hydrotherapy
  • 12-week Weightloss Challenges – group class settings
    (4 February 2019 – 26 April 2019; 1 July 2019 – 27 September 2019

Isokinetic Testing

Strength and muscular endurance can be measured extremely accurately through the use of an isokinetic machine (Cybex), this data can then be used to help us to plan a patient's rehabilitation intensity, duration, and mode.

These devices are particularly effective at measuring the strength of the muscles surrounding the joints (shoulder, knee and ankle) following an injury.

The test is always performed by comparing the results from both limbs, as this allows us to quantify the deficit as a percentage of original strength, giving us a baseline and goal towards what we are working.

Control tests are scheduled to measure the progress towards 100% recovery, which is considered a prerequisite to returning to sport. Ensuring muscles have had their original strength, tone, and endurance restored is also a crucial component of re-injury prevention.

Home of the Indoor Triathlon Series

Triathlon series dates:

30 March 2019

17 August 2019

23 November 2019


Advanced: 900m Swim, 30km cycle, 10km run

Standard: 600m swim, 20km cycle, 5km run

Novice: 300m swim, 10km cycle, 2km run

Geriatrics(>60yrs): 90m swim, 5km cycle, 1km walk (using our upright stationary bicycles)

Teens(13-19 yrs): 180m swim, 7km cycle, 2km

Kids (4-12yrs): 60m swim, 750m cycle, 250m

Teams:; (Advanced & Novice)

Duathlon:; 10km run, 20km cycle, 5km run

Entry fee: N$ 150 & (N$ 100 for kids age 4-12)

All running and cycling will be done outdoors, swimming indoor. Thus all athletes are required to bring their own bicycles. All roads are marked and traffic officials are present to ensure safety of all participating athletes. Goody bags will be given to all entrants. Race briefing and goody bag collection will take place the Friday before every event at 13h30.

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