Anthony, the head physiotherapist of AMPT is a young and enthusiastic Physiotherapist. After completing his schooling in 2010 in Bloemfontein at Grey College, Anthony completed a Biomedical Sciences degree at Wits in 2013. He then pursued a career in Physiotherapy, completing his second degree in 2017 at the University of the Witwatersrand.
During Anthony’s 1st and 2nd years of studying Physiotherapy, he volunteered and worked with the U/21 and Open Lions Rugby Union where he gained great experience working with elite athletes. In his 3rd year of studies, Anthony completed countless hours working at sporting events such as the 947 Cycle Challenge, The Soweto Marathon and various others.
In 2018, Anthony moved to Cape Town for his love of the outdoors and healthy lifestyle this incredible part of South Africa has to offer. Whilst completing his community service year at Groote Schuur Hospital, he gained experience working with acute trauma, surgical, ICU and orthopaedic conditions. Anthony has since completed a variety of courses including Dry needling, shoulder and ankle workshops and courses as well as taping courses and more to further his understanding of the body.
In 2019, Anthony took the leap and opened AMPT. The vision remains to provide holistic, caring and evidence-based treatment to a range of patients ranging from young and old.
With fitness and Health as a passion for Anthony, you can be assured to be in good hands. His hobbies include frequent strength and conditioning, he is an avid runner and is always looking for the next adventure.
ANTHONY MOFSOWITZ PHYSIOTHERAPY
Physiotherapy aims to reduce pain, improve your movement and aid in return to sport after an injury.
This is done through increasing flexibility, range of motion, building strength and through postural correction.
Physiotherapy is often prescribed for patients following spine surgery, to treat soft tissue trauma, nerve injury, muscle spasms, fractures, arthritis, and many other problems.
Physiotherapy is also provided for in-patients to encourage early mobilization, improve cardiovascular endurance and promote independence.
10 Reasons to see a physiotherapist
Reduce or eliminate Pain
Improve balance and prevent falls
Assist in recovery from a sports injury
Manage age-related issues
Build strength and Endurance
Recover from a stroke
Assist in return to activities of daily living
Assist in improving sporting performance
Do I need to be referred?
The short answer is NO.
Physiotherapists are a regulated, primary health care provider. This means that one does not require a referral to see a physiotherapist.
In some instances, certain medical aids may require a referral letter in order to assist in the claim process. This however is very rare and is only in cases of more severe injuries, conditions or trauma.
Overall, it is said that doctors refer more to physiotherapists than any other health profession.
Payment is made after every treatment session
The practice charges within medical aid rates, however we are not contracted into medical aid. This means that you are personally responsible for payment of your account after each session. On special notice, EFT's will be accepted.
Card facilities are available.