Riley Physiotherapists

Riley Physiotherapy, Gillitts, Hillcrest & Kloof practices

Riley Physiotherapists

Riley Physiotherapy, Gillitts, Hillcrest & Kloof practices

Riley Physiotherapists

Riley Physiotherapy, Gillitts, Hillcrest & Kloof practices

Riley Physiotherapists

Riley Physiotherapy, Gillitts, Hillcrest & Kloof practices

Riley Physiotherapists

Riley Physiotherapy, Gillitts, Hillcrest & Kloof practices

Riley Physiotherapy

Gillitts, Kloof & Hillcrest practices

Riley Physiotherapists – a trusted name in physiotherapy

Riley Physiotherapists focus on a “Hands-On” approach and personalised care.
Our aim is to relieve pain and suffering & provide a caring and compassionate physiotherapy service.

We prioritise evidence-based practice and strive for excellence at all times.
Thorough assessments are performed and individualised treatment programs designed for all our patients.

We focus on rehabilitation to an optimal level of function or performance. We want you to leave even BETTER than before the injury/problem. We aim to identify and treat the cause and any contributing factors and get you stronger and healthier than ever before.

We like to empower our patients by providing education and guidance to help them manage their condition independently and/or prevent future injuries or pain.

We also work collaboratively with other healthcare professionals to ensure comprehensive care for our patients.

At all times, we maintain integrity and uphold ethics, always putting the patient first and treating them like family.

We operate out of 3 medical centres (Femina Health, Gillitts Medical Centre and Le Domaine Health) and also provide physiotherapy services to patients in their own homes and nursing homes, to ensure that our physiotherapy services are accessible.

Our small and dedicated team of experts provide professional treatments in a wide range of conditions. With years of physiotherapy training and experience behind us and genuine care, you are in good

ey Physiotherapy Practice Gillits Kloof Kwazulu Natal

Services and Conditions Treated


Back pain is a very common condition and it is estimated that approximately 80% of people will experience back pain at some point in their lives.


Physiotherapy can be helpful in treating neck pain, facial pain, jaw pain and headaches.


Sports physiotherapy is a specialised branch of physiotherapy that focuses on the prevention, management, and rehabilitation of injuries related to sports and physical activity


Disorders that affect the bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments and other connective tissues are collectively called musculoskeletal conditions.


Physiotherapy post-surgery aims to help individuals recover after a surgical procedure.


Neurological physiotherapy is a specialised form of physical therapy that focuses on treating individuals with various neurological conditions.


Respiratory physiotherapy, known as chest physiotherapy, pulmonary physiotherapy or pulmonary rehabilitation, focusing on respiratory or breathing problems.


The development of a scar is a normal process after surgery or injury. The scar tissue is created as the body repairs the damaged tissue.


Chronic pain is a persistent or recurring pain that lasts for an extended period, typically lasting for at least three to six months or more.


Women’s Health physiotherapy, also known as Pelvic physiotherapy, focuses on assessment and treatmentss related to pelvic floor muscles and associated structures in women.

Riley Physiotherapy Practice Gillits & Kloof Kwazulu Natal

About Riley Physiotherapists

Gillitts, Hillcrest & Kloof practices

Riley Physiotherapists have been a trusted name in Physiotherapy in the upper Highway since 2003. The main branch is located at The Gillitts Medical Centre, Durban, KwaZulu Natal… 



“ Shayne from Riley Physios was great in an ADASA (Alzheimer’s and Dementia South Africa) support group meeting, where she advised family members on safe exercises and keeping their loved-ones mobile and functional. Her practical approach and accommodating everyone was appreciated.”


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Riley Physiotherapists

The Gillitts Medical Centre, 15 Old Main Rd, Gillitts, 3610. Kwazulu Natal, South Africa.

TEL031 764 2750


Juli-Ann Riley Physiotherapists

Femina Health, 75 Old Main Rd, Kloof 3610, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

TEL: 031 767 3989



Le Domaine Health

Le Domaine Health, 100 Acutts Drive, Hillcrest, 3610, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

Bookings: 031 355 0030


All private homes in the upper Highway Nursing homes

including Rob Roy, Winston Park Rest Home, Waterfall Gardens & Le Domaine Care (and others)

Bookings: 031 764 2750

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