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Agility Orthopaedic centres back pain

Living in pain due to spinal or joints injury, or chronic pain?

Active rehabilitation aiming to prevent unnecessary surgery or hospital admissions

Through the Documentation Based Care (DBC) treatment programme, we are able to effectively promote the recovery of spinal and major joints, such as shoulder, hip and knee injuries, as well as chronic back and neck pain.


The DBC treatment protocols are based on the functional orthopaedic treatment system with extremely effective specially designed training equipment, assisting patients who suffer from chronic back and neck pain with the intention to prevent unnecessary surgery or hospital admissions. The programme aims towards the reduction of pain while improving flexibility, mobility and recovery, in order to improve functionality and the overall quality of life.

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Move better.
Feel better.
Be better.

Find out more about our treatment programme.

In Good Hands

The DBC treatment protocol allows you to receive appropriate treatment from an experienced doctor, physiotherapist and biokineticist over a period of 3 to 6 weeks.

A Global Success Story

The DBC Global network provides treatment in over 22 countries, on 5 continents, including South Africa and Namibia.

On Your Own Terms

An active rehabilitation and exercise programme to restore functional restoration, based on an individual assessment. Our treatments do not require surgery or hospital stays.

Keep On Moving

Our maintenance and follow-up home programme will keep your restored range of motion and muscle coordination actively well performing.

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This DBC treatment protocol maintains a 90% success rate of eliminating pain.

It helps you to manage pain over a shorter period of time and costs an estimated 80% less than surgery.

93% of neck patients
94% of shoulder patients
88% of back patients
88% of knee patients...

...find the DBC system highly effective and have reported positive outcomes.

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