We aim to approach our work with passion and skill and to treat our patients with respect and to the best of our ability.
On the 1st of November 1980, Marianne Eins founded the practice in the Kingsley Marais Centre, Arcadia, on the 8th floor with a 270° view over Pretoria. We spent a year there and then settled in a beautiful old Cape Dutch house in Soutpansberg Road, Riviera. The building was later revamped and a gymnasium as well as consulting rooms were built. Tersia Louw became Marianne’s full partner and later Anita Froneman joined as a junior partner. We were privileged to work in Eugene Marais Hospital for Dr Johan Basson, Dr Deodat Mare and Dr Hans Swart.
From the beginning our practice worked mainly in the field of orthopaedics. As we had a big staff the physios could specialise in their own particular field of interest.
In the late 1990’s, we moved to Queens Corner Shopping Centre from where we practiced for a few years. In 2003, Marianne started to work part-time in the MRI Centre at the Wilgers Hospital. In 2004, Marianne left the big practice and together with Karin Kuntze, they both started working full-time at the new location and enjoyed good teamwork especially with Dr Piet Engelbrecht and Dr Malan Janse v Rensburg.
In 2014, we started to work with Dr Hans Snyckers and Dr Thomas Kruger in the Life Wilgers Hospital. Both are spinal orthopaedic surgeons. A year later we also started to do the hospital work for Dr Natanya Fourie, a neurologist. The practice is currently owned by four partners, Marianne Eins, Karin Kuntze, Louise Booyse and Brigitte Böhmer.