Corli Bruni is a qualified and registered physiotherapist. She obtained her degree at the University of Pretoria(2003) and also did a post graduate diploma in Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy at WITS. She has been very involved with elite sports and fortunate enough to be a team physio for the following events amongst others;
– Commonwealth Games, Glasgow, Scotland 2014
– Olympic Games, London 2012
– World Championship Athletics, Daegu, Korea 2011
– Fed Cup, Israel 2016
Before starting her own practice she worked at the High Performance Center (HPC) for 10 years.
Passionate about movement, she is also a qualified yoga and pilates instructor. Her treatment is guided by proper evaluation, a hands-on approach and functional rehabilitation.
Garreth Bruni obtained his degree at the University of Pretoria (2005) He started working at the High Performance Center (HPC) in 2007 after completing his community service year in Mseleni, rural Kwazulu Natal.
After 10 years at the HPC he joined his wife in their private practice in Pretoria. Garreth worked as the National Rowing Squads Physiotherapist from 2010 and had the privilege to travel to many World Cups and World Championships as well as countless camps in the hills of Lesotho and the beautiful dams of Tzaneen and Ebenezer.
Garreth has a special interest in sports and orthopedic treatment, especially dry needling therapy and he has had great success with rehabilitation following cruciate (ACL & PCL) injury.