The South African Journal of Physiotherapy is the official voice of The South African Society of Physiotherapy and aims to reflect physiotherapy in Africa. It is an academic research-orientated publication that publishes original research, theory, and/or best practice related to physiotherapy or rehabilitation. View our Editorial Team.

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Editorial: South African Journal of Physiotherapy 2019  
Aimée V. Stewart
19 September 2019

Original Research

Factors associated with physical function capacity in an urban cohort of people living with the human immunodeficiency virus in South Africa  
Ronel Roos, Hellen Myezwa, Heleen van Aswegen
09 September 2019

Original Research

Physiotherapist’s musculoskeletal imaging profiling questionnaire: Development, validation and pilot testing  
Ogochukwu K.K Onyeso, Joseph O. Umunnah, Peter O. Ibikunle, Adesola C. Odole, Canice C. Anyachukwu, Charles I. Ezema, Maduabuchi J. Nwankwo
04 September 2019

State of the Art

Neck pain in South Africa: An overview of the prevalence, assessment and management for the contemporary clinician  
Cato A. Basson, Benita Olivier, Alison Rushton
04 September 2019

Original Research

Level of knowledge, attitudes and beliefs towards patients with chronic low back pain among final year School of Therapeutic Sciences students at the University of the Witwatersrand – A cross-sectional study  
Grace Mukoka, Benita Olivier, Sadiya Ravat
14 August 2019