About

About

Tanya Coats Occupational Therapy is private practice that is situated in Bryanston & Sandton, Johannesburg.

A specialist Occupational Therapy assessment and rehabilitation service to successfully treat a broad spectrum of hand and upper extremity injuries or related conditions such as hand and wrist stiffness and pain, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis and other hand therapy conditions.

Tanya Coats works in close collaboration with leading Orthopaedic Surgeons and physicians to ensure that patients receive the highest standard of care to suit their individual needs, whether you’re an athlete, musician, office worker or are recovering from a traumatic hand injury.

Tanya Coats Occupational Therapy is private practice that is situated in Bryanston & Sandton, Johannesburg.

A specialist Occupational Therapy assessment and rehabilitation service to successfully treat a broad spectrum of hand and upper extremity injuries or related conditions such as hand and wrist stiffness and pain, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis and other hand therapy conditions.

Tanya Coats works in close collaboration with leading Orthopaedic Surgeons and physicians to ensure that patients receive the highest standard of care to suit their individual needs, whether you’re an athlete, musician, office worker or are recovering from a traumatic hand injury.

Tanya Coats graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand in 2011. 

She completed her community service at Natalspruit hospital. Her career started in the government setting where she gain valuable experience in all fields of Occupational therapy. 

In 2014 she moved to the hand unit at Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital, where she found her passion for hand and upper limb rehabilitation. There was a close working relationship with skilled surgeons and other team members.

The exposure to a variety of patients including traumatic and non-traumatic injuries has been invaluable. 

Tanya has been involved in a number of research studies as well as presenting at courses and the South African Society of Surgery of the Hand Annual Congress.  

She has a love for splinting and finding new and innovative splints and exercise programmes. She is currently enrolled in her masters of Occupational Therapy with a focus on hand rehabilitation. 

Tanya's holistic approach, coupled with advanced clinical assessment and rehabilitation programs, allows her to work with the patient to develop a unique and tailored treatment plan that will ensure maximum healing and help avoid re-injury in the future.

Tanya is passionate about helping people overcome a variety of hand conditions and pain, encouraging them to regain their lives through practical and professional advice and support.

She makes use of innovative technology and unique treatments to deliver effective, evidence-based treatment, ensuring maximum healing in a time efficient and cost effective manner.

Tanya’s holistic approach, coupled with advanced clinical assessment and rehabilitation programs, allows her to work with the patient to develop a unique and tailored treatment plan that will ensure maximum healing and help avoid re-injury in the future.

She is passionate about helping people overcome a variety of hand conditions and pain, encouraging them to regain their lives through practical and professional advice and support.

She makes use of innovative technology and unique treatments to deliver effective, evidence-based treatment, ensuring maximum healing in a time efficient and cost effective manner.

Tanya Coats - Wits University

Tanya Coats graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand in 2011. 

She completed her community service at Natalspruit hospital. Her career started in the government setting where she gain valuable experience in all fields of Occupational therapy. 

In 2014 she moved to the hand unit at Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital, where she found her passion for hand and upper limb rehabilitation. There was a close working relationship with skilled surgeons and other team members. The exposure to a variety of patients including traumatic and non-traumatic injuries has been invaluable. 

Tanya has been involved in a number of research studies as well as presenting at courses and the South African Society of Surgery of the Hand Annual Congress.  

She has a love for splinting and finding new and innovative splints and exercise programmes. She is currently enrolled in her masters of Occupational Therapy with a focus on hand rehabilitation.