Rosanne Le Jeune is a clinical physiotherapist passionate about neuro-musculoskeletal injuries and rehabilitation in both humans and animals. She has over 35 years’ experience treating humans, horses, dogs and occasionally a springbok.
An avid runner who completed several 'Two Oceans' Marathons and one Comrades (Ultra Marathon) in South Africa, Rosanne understands the importance of dedicated sports training and the need for correct rehabilitation of sports injuries. She also has a keen interest in postural problems in children, and chest conditions such as asthma, bronchitis and pneumonia.
Rosanne organises professional courses on topics of her expertise, and her practice in Johannesburg runs regular rehabilitation exercise classes to help further with patient's recovery, strength and mobility.
She was instrumental in setting up the Animal Physiotherapy Special Interest Group of the SouthAfrican Society of Physiotherapy in the 1990’s and has lectured at the first international physiotherapy and rehabilitation conference in the USA in 2002.
Born in Belgium and growing up in in the Congo, Rosanne is fluent in English and French, and is able to treat her patients in both languages.
A mum of 3, Rosanne is a keen horse rider, world traveller, and loves nature and classical music.