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Preventative Rehabilitation

Gardener Physiotherapy


Our Story

Our focus and mission has always been to help members of the community reach their optimal health potential. Our goal is to be a leader in the technological advancements in Physiotherapy techniques and support, which meets our mission.

In 2006, David Gardener started Gardener Physiotherapy with his wife Anjo Gardener. David obtained his BSc Physiotherapy at the University of the Western Cape, graduating in 2005. Anjo obtained her BSc Physiotherapy at the University of the Western Cape, graduating in 2006. David worked in the Northern Cape for his community service year. On completion of his community service he started working at EersteRiver Hospital. It was here that he recognized a developing community and the need for privatized healthcare.

Thus in 2006 he started Gardener Physiotherapy at 10 Stanley Street, Melton Rose, EersteRiver. From 2007 till 2009, David and Anjo shared the client load. In 2009 he left EersteRiver Hospital and started planning the new branch.

In 2010 he branched out to KuilsRiver Hospital. This step allowed EersteRiver and KuilsRiver clients to have the same therapist from the acute phase of management to the Rehabilitative phase.

Due to the exponential growth of the EersteRiver and KuilsRiver communities, a new need was recognized, and further healthcare was needed to service them. The Gardener Physiotherapy Team grew to include additional Physiotherapists at the various locations. The KuilsRiver Centre was started in 2018, which offers a more rehabilitative approach.

In recent years additional hospital practices have been added to the portfolio namely Busamed Private Hospital and Stellenbosch Mediclinic.

We care about every client and aim to provide quality care for all.

Hospital Physiotherapy

Acute General Physiotherapy techniques

Rehabilitative Physiotherapy techniques

Exercise Therapy




Physiotherapy is concerned with: Assessing, treating and preventing human and animal movement disorders, restoring normal function or minimising dysfunction and pain in adults and children with physical impairment, to enable them to achieve the highest possible level of independence in their lives; preventing recurring injuries and disability in the workplace, at home, or during recreational activities and promoting community health for all age groups.

Shoulder Pain

General Physiotherapy techniques relating to the areas of Physiotherapy Management

Dry Needling

Dry Needling


Strapping and Taping

Tens Unit



Exercise therapy