Chloe Hoeben

Quick Contact Details


+27 21 715 4870

Cell Phone:

+27 83 556 8298


21 Cambier Road





H Welcome To Our Site

Physiotherapy is a para-medical field aimed at promoting and restoring function, movement and way of life following injury, illness or other disability. The aim is to promote own health and well-being while being facilitated and aided by a physiotherapist. Physiotherapy alone cannot cure you, but with the correct treatment techniques and client education, you will be empowered and enabled to return to maximum function and ability in the shortest possible time.

A vast range of techniques are used including assessment, rehabilitation, education, manual (hands–on) treatments, dry needling, taping, facilitation and some electrotherapy modalities.


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The practice is conveniently situated off the M3 highway – just off Ladies Mile. (attach google map) It is very central to Tokai, Constantia, Bergvliet, Meadowridge and Kreupelbosch. Home visits can be arranged to clients in these areas.

From M3 – take the Ladies Mile turnoff. Turn Right into Ladies Mile, first right into Kestrel, second left into Cambier Rd.

Contact details:
Tel: 021 715 4870
Cell: 083 556 8298
Fax: 086 295 7993

Business hours

Week days : 8:30a.m. – 4:30p.m.

Appointments outside of these business hours may be arranged if necessary (additional costs may be charged for A/H treatments) Home visits done by arrangement

Chloé Hoeben Physiotherapy charges medical aid rates, but does not claim directly from medical aids. Payment can be cash, cheque or via eft. The client can then claim back from the medical aid.

Donations For Us

Chloé Hoeben has a B.Sc Physiotherapy from UCT (1998). She is a member of the SASP (South African Society of Physiotherapy), has served on the Western Province SASMA committee (South African Sports Medicine Association) as well as the SASP Sports Interest Group.

Continuing Medication Education courses have included the Sports Course (1 year qualification), International congresses and courses by international lecturers, and keeping up with recent research pertaining to physiotherapy and musculoskeletal medicine.
She is currently doing her M.Sc Physiotherapy in OMT at Stellenbosch University.

Her approach is client-based, holistic and results driven. Chloé requires participation in the healing process of all her clients, only with participation and co-operation can there be sustained results and healing.