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Sports Injuries

SSOC specialises in identifying and treating all sports injuries with our main emphasis focusing on knee injuries.
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Biological healing

Using your own biology to aid healing and create a better environment for recovery to take place.
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Rehabilitation

SSOC works closely with rehabilitation professionals, including physiotherapists, biokineticists and sports medicines doctors. This is all available at SISSA.
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The Team

Dedicated team of specialist knee surgeons who are active locally and internationally, travelling abroad to gain international experience several times per year. Both are active members of ISAKOS.

The Sports Science Orthopaedic Clinic

The SSOC provide complete orthopaedic care to the general public and sports persons alike through vast experience of their team of leading Orthopaedic Specialists. Ideally situated within the Sports Science Institute of South Africa complex in Newlands, Cape Town, the SSOC offers unrivalled service to their patients.

We provide a comprehensive service in one venue where patients can come for a consultation to be diagnosed, obtain x-rays or an MRI, be treated whether conservatively or surgically and rehabilitated. We are also heavily focused on research locally and internationally, and have our own outreach program.

The Western Province Rugby Football Union

The Western Province Rugby Football Union (WP Rugby) aims to establish a formal relationship with the Sports Science Institute of South Africa through the establishment of a Sports Medicine Centre and specialist Radiology/Orthopaedic Centre at the Sports Science Institute of South Africa. The Sports Medicine Centre is within walking distance to the Newlands Rugby Stadium. The centre serves as the specialist hub for the management of Western Province contracted players, with the ability to facilitate fast, efficient and effective diagnosis of medical and injury diagnosis. Read more
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