MEET THE PRACTITIONERS
Rene Geldenhuys is a registered physiotherapist with special interests in Craniosacral therapy and Acupuncture. She has been practicing physiotherapy for many years and has been actively involved in private practice in the south of Johannesburg and Alberton since 1981.
She recognizes the profound interconnection of the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects, the body's innate healing capabilities and the role of self-responsibility in the healing process. She coaches her patients to provide empowerment and support in a wide variety of ways.
She is passionate about the important role that interaction with nature plays in the health of the human body. She has a holistic approach and works towards greater health, wholeness, balance, and integration of the patient. This approach to health recognizes the patient as a whole person, not just a disease or a collection of symptoms.
Rene' enjoys working with complex pain syndromes, headaches, orthopaedic conditions, sinusitis, psychophysical holding patterns, and sports injuries.
She is passionate about the treatment of newborn babies and young children to overcome the effects of birth shock and trauma on the body.
Dr. Roxanne de Lange
Dr de Lange completed a six year full time Master's degree in Chiropractic, with the University of Johannesburg. She successfully completed her Master's thesis on The effect of Chiropractic Occipital Adjustments versus Sacroiliac joint Adjustments on chronic Lumbar Sacral pain in 2010, following which she was registered as a Chiropractic Practitioner with the Allied Health Professions Council of South Africa (AHPCSA) and is currently a member of the Chiropractic Association of South Africa (CASA).
Chiropractic practice is not limited to only the spine but incorporates all joints in the body, treating the body as a whole to restore optimal movement and aim for effortless movement through the elimination of painful physical holding patterns.
Dr. de Lange enjoys to work with newborn babies to resolve holding patterns arising from pregnancy and birth. She treats babies and children of any age to eliminate stress factors that interfere with optimal movement and postural alignment.
Dr. Mande Scheepmaker
Dr Scheepmaker completed her Bachelor's of Science degree in Natural and Environmental Science, with the Rand Afrikaans University in 2004. After these three years of study, she went on to study further by entering into a five year full time Master's degree in Homoeopathy, with the University of Johannesburg. She successfully completed her Master's thesis on "The quality of selected local and international homoeopathic mother tinctures according to thin layer chromatography" in 2010, following which she was registered as a Homeopathic Practitioner with the Allied Health Professions Council of South Africa (AHPCSA) and is currently a member of the Homoeopathic Association of South Africa (HSA).
The scope of homeopathic practice is not limited to any single area or system of the body and as such, despite particular fields of interest, homeopathic practitioners are capable of diagnosing and treating a wide range of both acute and chronic conditions such as allergies, sinusitis, colds and flu's, skin conditions, hormonal conditions, digestive system complaints and various neurological conditions.
Dr Scheepmaker has an interest in sports medicine covering areas of recurring injuries, rehabilitation and competitive preparation. This also extends to a general interest to all musculoskeletal conditions, including chronic back pain, repetitive stress injuries and sciatica. Due to the fact that the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions can often correspond to diseases and ailments from other origins, Dr Scheepmaker feels that this is a well chosen field to concentrate on.