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We offer services to assist an individual’s recovery of realistic functional ability, regardless of the severity of the initial injury

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The nervous system is vulnerable to various disorders. It can be damaged by injuries, infections, degeneration, structural defects, and tumors, as well as disorders in the circulatory system.


Individuals who have undergone joint replacement, experienced a musculoskeletal injury, sustained bone trauma or have been diagnosed with a degenerative joint disease often have limited function and mobility.


Cardiac rehab doesn’t change your past, but it can help you improve your heart’s future. It’s a medically supervised program designed to help improve your cardiovascular health if you have experienced heart attack, heart failure, angioplasty or heart surgery.


Royal Rehabilitation hospital prides itself with its own fully fitted certified halaal kitchen and in house registered dietitian. The kitchen staff and dietitian work together to ensure patients recei...


Our psychologist at Royal Hospital help patients with a wide range of health problems and use an assortment of evidence-based treatments to help people improve their lives. We most often use psychothe...


As physiotherapists at Royal Rehabilitation Hospital we help patients with physical difficulties resulting from illness, injury, disability or ageing to improve their movement. musculoskeletal which i...

Speech Therapy

The Speech Therapy Department is an important and relatively active section within rehabilitation services at the Hospital. It which works in collaboration with other medical and allied healthcare dis...

Social Worker

We as social workers are mainly concerned with helping individuals and families to enhance their individual and collective well-being. Our primary aim is to help people develop their skills and their ...

Occupational Therapy

We as occupational therapists at Royal Rehabilitation Hospital help patients who have suffered some degree of disability or injury by looking at them holistically as a person. We look at their physica...

  • Fell and sustained an injury that reduced his mobility: Cervical disc degeneration Admitted on 26 June 2017 and discharged on 25 August 2017 The thing that really helped me a lot was the fact that the staff immediately sort of embraced me, I was part of the family and they were constantly providing motivation and supporting me. When I first came in I couldn’t push the bell, the alarm; bell because my hands were weak. They put the bell around my toe and the staff always responded to it immediately. That was basically the whole secret to my recovery, the staff and the therapists, even the student nurses. I miss it now. You know they are very dedicated. When I first arrived I had a bad spell of diarrhoea for two or three days and they never hesitated to clean me. I was so embarrassed because I was putting an extra load of work but they were very dedicated and professional. The nursing staff were very dedicated. I have been to many hospitals all over the world but the nursing care far exceeds anything I’ve ever experienced. View full testimonial

    Dr E Joubert


  • I was involved in a car accident in Ladysmith and I almost died. I was told by my family that I was transferred from Ladysmith and admitted at St Anne’s hospital. My family later told me that when they came to see me at the Hospital they didn’t think I would make it. My family also told me that I had an operation in my head and I don’t even know the doctor that did the operation because the entire time I was in hospital I could not talk and I could not breathe according to my family. I could not recognise my family members when they came to visit me.   View full testimonial

    Mr Thabo Mbhele


  • A one of a kind facility in South Africa


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