Making an Appointment

All appointments need to be made telephonically.  

Contac Glenda / Yvonne on 021 761 4967

 

Points to Note:  

  • On average there is a waiting period for appointments of 2 MONTHS (6-8 weeks);Please discuss with the receptionists.

 

  • Dr Schlegel does not work during the Private School Holidays in April, July, September and December/January;

 

  • At least 1 day of each week Dr Schlegel consults at Red Cross Children's Hospital;

 

  • Dr Schlegel specialises in Paediatric Neurology, Development Difficulties, Learning Difficulties and Behaviour Problems.  She does not see patients with general paediatric problems;

 

  • Appointments and follow up appointments need to be made well in advance;

 

  • Appointments must be confirmed (by the patient), 48 hrs beforehand;

 

  • The first appointment will either be 60 or 120 mins - please bear this in mind;

 

  • Prior to any appointment there is a large amount of information and paperwork required (from parents, school teachers, therapists, doctors etc).  The receptionist will advise what is required;

 

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llie | Reply 14.08.2019 13.20

Good-day I have been referred by Catherin Futter to make an secure an appointment with Dr. Schlegel or Dr.Ackeman. Is it possible you can provide possible dates

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Dr Schlegel My son is 6years old and has been in OT for three years and recently had a course (20 sessions) of neurofeedback. He finds it hard to be still.

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Thanks For Spreading Knowledge about health

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14.08 | 13:20

Good-day I have been referred by Catherin Futter to make an secure an appointment with Dr. Schlegel or Dr.Ackeman. Is it possible you can provide possible dates

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05.08 | 12:17

Hello good morning Dr. Schlegel

I am João Filho, Angolan and I live in Angola I have a son with psychomotor developmental delay, I intend to go to Cap Tonw to do neurological consultations and do the necessary exams and do intensive physiotherapy

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