Rob & Kim Sims Physiotherapists is affiliated with multiple branches of the South African Physiotherapists community.
Suite 119 Vincent Pallotti Hospital, Alexandra Road, Pinelands, 7405
Opening Hours : Mon - Fri - 7:30 to 6:00pm (Last Appointment 5:00pm)
Contact : +27 21 531 5395
Rob & Kim Sims Physiotherapists was first established in November 1993 at Vincent Pallotti Hospital, with the current practice principles as the only 2 physiotherapist. It was founded upon the primary principles of care, honesty and availability.
Our Physiotherapists are highly qualified and have a wide range of specialised experience. We work together with South Africa's top surgeon's and doctors to create personalised, structured treatment plans for each of our patients.
Our team of highly qualified physio's has a diverse range of skills and specialisations and prides itself on a long standing tradition of quality care and service
Our practice is located at Vincent Pallotti hospital and features a fully equipped treatment room with stunning views onto table mountain.
Rob & Kim Sims Physiotherapy upholds the highest standards for care, treatment, maintenance and prevention of a wide range of injuries and ailments. We collaborate with South Africa's most qualified surgeons and doctors to create personalised, structured treatment plans for each of our patients.
Sports Physiotherapy is a specialised branch of physiotherapy that involves prevention, evaluation and management of injuries resulting from sports and exercise participation at all ages and levels of ability
We specialize in adult and paediatric respiratory conditions like sinusitis, bronchitis, asthma, bronchopneumonia and emphysema, as well as post-surgical respiratory infections and intensive care. We can also assist in maintenance and restoration of respiratory and musculoskeletal function after heart attacks, complex surgery, serious respiratory infections or major trauma
This area of Physiotherapy management and treatment involves the whole of the Neuro-musculo skeletal system, which involves joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves and their interactions in the functioning of a synergistic brilliantly designed creation
We have a long-standing association with some of Cape Town’s leading orthopaedic surgeons. We regularly rehabilitate patients who have undergone joint replacements, tendon repairs, ligament reconstructions and bone surgery.
Exercise is the most significant way to improve one’s health and decrease pain. Appropriate exercises can increase strength, improve flexibility, and reduce back pain. We offer personal, group classes, tailored for your current level of ability.
Our team of highly qualified physio's has a diverse range of skills and specialisations and prides itself on a long standing tradition of quality care and service.
Rob is an OMT trained Physiotherapist and maintains a special interest in any Neuromusculoskeletal condition, be they acquired in the Sporting, Working or day to day living environments. He involves himself in both the acute phase and rehabilitative management of such injuries.
Kim graduated in 1991 began working exclusively in private practice in 1993. Kim specialises in a wide variety of musculoskeletal injuries, with a particular interest in spinal conditions and rehab. She runs Clinical Pilates rehabilitation classes and incorporates the use of core stability training into her programmes.
Tarryn graduated from University of the Western Cape in 2012. She has a wide range of interests, but specialises in the management of neck pain and headaches.
Margie has been working as a physiotherapist since 2012, completing community service in 3 public hospitals in Port Elizabeth, before moving to Cape Town and working exclusively in private practice. She specialises in musculo-skeletal disorders, orthopaedics and rehabilitation
Caryn graduated in 2012 and began her community service in small rural community hospitals, she worked mainly in the paediatric and neonatal ward. She joined Rob & Kim Sims Physiotherapists Inc in November 2014. Caryn’s special interests include paediatrics, orthopaedics and cervical headaches.
Olivia graduated from the University of Cape Town in 2014. She completed her Community Service in Johannesburg, following which she spent some time working in Private practice before returning to Cape Town in 2016. Olivia has special interest in the areas of Orthopaedics, Post-Op Rehabilitation and Muscle-skeletal injuries.