T-J Malherbe and Tyla Grobler are the on-site Villagers Physiotherapists. T-J Malherbe and Associates Physiotherapy has been in the Celtic House working with the Villager club members and rugby players for 23 years.
T-J Malherbe has over 2 decades of physiotherapy experience having worked locally and internationally with provincial, national and international sports athletes and teams within a variety of sporting codes including, rugby, hockey, running, tennis, cricket and ballet. Tyla has recently moved to Cape Town and is presently working fieldside with the Villagers rugby team while doing her Masters in Physiotherapy through the University of Pretoria.
The physiotherapy practice is focused on neuromuscular assessments, treatments and rehabilitation and also has research based exercise and Pilates classes running daily. T-J and Tyla are passionate about people and addressing all 5 dimensions of a patient’s health. With this the forefront of their approach, T-J Malherbe Physiotherapy believes working in teams with a variety of healthcare professionals in both private and government healthcare including orthopaedic specialists, sports physicians, dieticians, biokineticists, occupational therapists, breathing specialists, psychologists, and performance laboratories and scientists too.
Tyla and T-J remain dedicated to concussion and post concussion education with vestibular ocular rehabilitation, and have been treating many of the surrounding school children, recreational and provincial athletes post concussion collaborating with the concussion specialist doctors and performance specialists. The aim is for our patients to get carefully assessed and appropriately treated, while trying to keep them moving, and eventually returning them to the sports they love doing whether for health, recreational or competitive reasons.
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