Tanya Bell-Jenje

Tanya Bell-Jenje

Tanya Bell-Jenje

Physiotherapist

About Tanya Bell-Jenje

Tanya Bell-Jenje is a South African Physiotherapist with extensive clinical experience in Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy.

Tanya is a Manual Therapist (OMT), international lecturer and developer of the Groovi Movements Physio Software.  She is a founder of Bell Rogers & Harris Physiotherapists and a Director of ‘Off Nicol Health Wellness & Rehab’ in Johannesburg, South Africa. She hass been Physiotherapist for various National Sports & Teams such as South African Men’s Cricket and Ladies Hockey, an honorary lecturer at Wits University and has presented at conferences and workshops throughout the world. As she continues to study and instruct on the interplay of biomechanics and kinematics, Tanya promotes an integrated approach to injury diagnosis, treatment and prevention.

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Differentiating Buttock Pain – Deep Gluteal Pain Syndrome

Deep Gluteal Pain syndrome is characterised by buttock pain that can radiate down to the leg and has a significant impact on the quality of life as well as participation in activities and sports. Complex gluteal anatomy and the potential for the involvement of other related structures lead to challenging differential diagnosis. In two related courses, Tanya Bell-Jenje discusses the differential diagnosis of sacroiliac joint involvement and gluteal tendinopathy. In this course, she will discuss the differential diagnosis of deep gluteal pain conditions and the management thereof.
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Differentiating Buttock Pain – Gluteal Tendinopathy

Differential Diagnosis of deep gluteal pain is challenging due to the complex anatomy of the region. In other related courses Tanya Bell-Jenje discussed sacroiliac joint dysfunction and deep gluteal pain syndrome and their symptoms. In this course, you will learn about Gluteal Tendinopathy also known as Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome (GTPS), another condition that causes lateral and posterior hip pain.
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Differentiating Buttock Pain – Sacroiliac Joint Disorders

Buttock pain is common and can be caused by numerous conditions. The diagnosis of Gluteal or buttock pain is complicated due to the overlapping symptoms of these conditions and there is no "gold standard" differential diagnosis guide for Gluteal pain. In this first course in a three-course series, Tanya Bell-Jenje discusses the clinical characteristics to help you with differential diagnosis of different pathologies attributing to Gluteal pain.
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Physiotherapy Management of the Elbow

The elbow is a complicated 3 joint complex and there are many conditions and contributing factors that can cause pain and dysfunction, either laterally, medially, posteriorly or anteriorly. It is very important to have an in-depth knowledge of the elbow's anatomical structure and biomechanical functionality that you can use in your assessment and management of pain and dysfunction around the elbow. It is also important to assess a person as a whole and look at all the contributing factors distant from the elbow to develop a comprehensive management plan that involves a multi-modal treatment approach that best manages an individual’s unique symptoms. Join specialist Tanya Bell-Jenje in this course where she provides a comprehensive review of the physiotherapists' role in the management of elbow pain and dysfunction.
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