The Sports Performance and Rehabilitation Centre at Cape Quarter
Level 2, 27 Somerset Road, Green Point, Cape Town
021 425 2298
The Sports Performance and Rehabilitation Centre (SPARC) is one of Cape Town's premier multidisciplinary destinations consisting of a passionate team of health professionals.
We have the following institute professionals:
Biokinetics is comprised of orthopaedic rehabilitation (strengthening of muscles to protect joints during both sport and activities of daily living), chronic disease management (prescription and monitoring of individualised cardiovascular exercise) and total wellness (lifestyle and stress management). Recognised by and registered with the HPCSA (Health Professions council of South Africa), Biokinetics is the field of specialised exercise therapy which functions in alliance to both the health and medical industries.
We treat all patients as individuals and strive to get to the bottom of each challenge that is presented through comprehensive analysis, one on one exercise prescription and a team approach.
Physiotherapy improves your physical condition by restoring normal body functions and prevents disability that may arise from disease, trauma or injury.
Your physiotherapist has a thorough understanding of how the body works gained from many years of rigorous academic study and practical experience. Physiotherapy encompasses posture, balance and movement, knowledge of diseases, injury and the healing process.
A podiatrist is a highly trained professional in the care of the foot and ankle. Podiatrists are concerned with the examination, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of foot ailments by biomechanical, surgical and other treatment methods.
Podiatrists are often called upon by other physicians and health care professionals for consultation and treatment of foot problems, which can be experienced by everyone from children to seniors. After all, you only have one pair of feet to last a lifetime.
Chiropractors are considered expertly qualified providers of spinal adjustment, manipulation and other manual treatments, exercise instruction and patient education.
Chiropractic is a patient-centered and biopsychosocial approach, emphasizing the mind/body relationship in health, the self-healing powers of the individual, and individual responsibility for health and encouraging patient independence.