Meet the Team

Jacqueline Swart

Jacqueline believes that Managing Movement is the future of Physiotherapy.
The Kinetic Control and The Performance Matrix process has been instrumental in helping her provide her patients and clients with the highest evidence base quality of service available. She strongly believes in the importance of managing movement impairments to help her patients achieve the best movement health and to prevent the recurrence of symptoms and improve their quality of life.
Jacqueline completed her physiotherapy degree from the University of Pretoria in South Africa. She  completed the Orthopeadic Manual Therapy course in 1998 and has presented as a lecturer on this course for more than 10 years. She is also a qualified Pilates instructor and uses the studio equipment as part of her specific movement retraining.
Jacqueline first came across the concept of movement control in 2004 and has never looked back. She has a passion for working with athletes and qualified as an accredited Performance Matrix Trainer, Tutor and Consultant in 2008. Since the she has been working developing her expertise in the system.  She has attended several of the world athletic championships as team physiotherapist. She was also part of the research team and co-author of the published paper “Intra and Inter-Rater Reliability of Screening for Movement Impairments. Movement Control tests from The Foundation Matrix. Journal of Sport Science and Medicine.
She qualified as a Kinetic Control Movement Therapist and Accredited Tutor in 2012 and is passionate about sharing the message about the importance of movement control and movement health with her colleagues in South Africa.
She started a Manage Movement Centre in South Africa where her main area of expertise is treating patients with various musculoskeletal disorders as well as sports injuries, preventing injuries/recurrence of injuries and improving overall movement health.
She is a firm believer in both her mentors’ words: “Managing Movement helps you move better, feel better and do more”