COVID-19 Update

Jenny de Klerk Physiotherapy is open for appointments in the rooms. As we currently require longer time slots to be booked out for disinfecting between clients our online booking system has been temporarily disabled. Please call, email or Whatsapp for appointments and we can discuss if a telehealth consultation or a face to face appointment is required.

Please read the Important COVID-19 Information to know what to expect.

I am a physiotherapist based in Tokai in the Southern Suburbs, Cape Town. I apply a holistic approach to treating patients by providing a thorough assessment and treatment in a relaxed and comfortable environment. In addition to treating your current symptoms I also spend time analysing the underlying muscle imbalances and biomechanical issues that may be the root cause. I provide a tailored rehab programme to each individual aiming to prevent recurrence of their problem.

Neck Pain and Headaches, Peripheral joints, Ergonomics

Neck pain and headaches

Peripheral joints and muscles


Acupuncture, Lower back pain, rehabilitation


Lower back pain and sciatica

Post-operative rehabilitation

Sport Injuries, Pilates

Sports Injuries

Pilates: individual or group classes

Home visits

About Us

  • BSc (Phys) Degree at University of Cape Town (2000)
Professional Memberships:
  • Health Professions Council of South Africa
  • Health Professions Council of United Kingdom
  • South African Society of Physiotherapy

I was born and grew up in Cape Town where I worked for 6 months before moving to the UK for 10 years. I initially worked as a locum in different NHS hospitals for 2 years where I was very fortunate to have learnt from some excellent clinicians.

I then moved to the Nuffield Health Brentwood Hospital in 2003 and worked there until I moved back to South Africa in September 2011. I developed my skills in musculoskeletal and orthopaedic specialities in close conjunction with local consultants and was appointed Clinical Lead Physiotherapist in 2009. I am an APPI (Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute) trained pilates instructor.

Since moving back to Cape Town I have continued to gain experience in the musculoskeletal field. I have enjoyed my time being based in Westlake since 2015 but am equally excited to be moving my practice just around the corner to Tokai in the beautiful Southern suburbs of Cape Town. Pilates classes are held at different venues in the Southern Suburbs.

Now Space West Physio
Sport Injuries, Pilates
Sport Injuries, Pilates

Available Treatments

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Manual Therapy

Manual Therapy

The aims of manual therapy are to increase joint range of movement and soft tissue flexibility. It incorporates specific hands-on techniques including massage, joint mobilisations and manipulations.



In addition to using modern acupuncture to reduce pain and muscle spasm via stimulating nerve endings , I am also qualified in the more holistic traditional Chinese approach. This form of acupuncture also takes into consideration your general well-being and restores normal balance to your body's energy.



I am APPI (Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute) trained. My approach consists of a progressive repertoire of mat based exercises which target the deep postural muscles of the abdomen and spine to improve core stability and posture. Pilates suits all ages and fitness levels and can be particularly beneficial to people with back pain, poor posture and after pregnancy.

We do both individual and class pilates sessions. Classes are currently run on Monday 8.30am and 6pm, Wednesday 4.45pm and Thursday 9am.

Exercise Programs

Exercise Programs

Specific exercise programmes are taught including stretches and strengthening work to help correct underlying muscle imbalances.


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Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5pm (appointments outside these hours may be arranged if necessary)

On-site Corporate bookings:
Wednesdays 11am to 2pm

Pilates classes:
Monday 8.30am and 6pm, Wednesday 4.45pm, Thursday 9am.

Appointment Policy

New patient appointments are scheduled to allow 45-60mins to ensure a full history is taken whilst follow up appointments average between 30 to 45mins.

On-site Corporate new patient appointments are scheduled to allow up to 45mins whilst follow ups are scheduled to allow up to 30mins.


Fees are structured according to the South African Society of Physiotherapy practice codes and may vary according to each condition and treatment used. ICD 10 codes are utilized to facilitate re- imbursement from your medical aid or insurance fund.

Accounts are to be settled after each consultation. We accept cash, internet banking and debit/all major credit cards. It is your responsibility to settle your account and then claim it back from your medical aid.


Should you wish to cancel an appointment please allow 24 hours’ notice. Appointments cancelled with less than 12 hours noticed will be charged for in full.


Physiotherapist are first line practitioners so you do not need a referral from your doctor.

Ready to feel better?

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