Christine Egenrieder-Dittrich B Sc Physiotherapy (Wits)
Qualified with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from the University of the Witwatersrand in 2002.
Her Community Service year was spent at the Johannesburg General Hospital, now known as the Charlotte
Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital.
She stayed on for another year during which she was exposed to teaching and skills development by
specialists in many fields, thereby gaining experience in Cardiac Rehabilitation, Respiratory care,
Musculoskeletal and Dermatological treatments, Orthopaedics, Vascular Surgery, Trauma and ICU
She moved into the private sector in 2004 and opened her own practice in 2005 to ensure her values and
principles were fulfilled during the management of patients.
Christine is involved with postgraduate teaching since receiving her Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy
qualification in 2005. She continues to participate in the postgraduate courses by assisting in Orthopaedic
Manipulative Physiotherapy and Sports Physiotherapy.
In the sporting area, Christine has been a competitive road cyclist, open water swimmer and now recently is tackling tri-athlons and Half Iron Man events. She has also successfully summited Mount Kilimanjaro.
Christine is a member of the following special interest groups within the SASP:
• Orthopaedic Manipulative Physiotherapy Group with advanced professional development level 2
(ADPL2) status – www.omptg.co.za
• Sports Physiotherapy Group – www.spgsa.org.za
• Cardio Pulmonary Rehabilitation Group