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The doctor might recommend rehabilitation for you in the event that you suffered a serious injury or had surgery or suffered stroke. Better rehab NDIS therapy provides a safe medically-supervised environment that helps your body heal while you gain strength, learn abilities you’ve lost, and discover new ways of doing things that may now be difficult.
Meet Scott Anthony
Anthony initially became interested in physical therapy after suffering an injury that prevented him from playing his favorite sport football. “Working with a therapist enabled me to heal quickly enough to return to playing without pain,” he says. ” Better Rehab NDIS Therapy to positively affect an individual’s life by helping them return to the things that are important for them, whether it is sports, work or a daily routine, is a very satisfying and common draw for most therapists.”
Better Rehab is a NDIS-registered service that redefines what is possible in the Allied Health sector. We offer multidisciplinary rehabilitation at your home, in our clinics and remotely through Telehealth across NSW, VIC, QLD, WA & ACT.
Types of rehabilitation
The three major kinds of rehabilitation therapy are physical, occupational and speech. Each type of better rehab NDIS therapy, while serving each with a distinct purpose, they all share the same aim that is to assist the patient return home to a healthy and active life.
Rehabilitation therapy is a method to treat a wide range of conditions or injuries. “Common conditions treated include orthopedic and musculoskeletal injuries such as sprains/strains/tears or post-surgical rehabilitation, neurological injuries such as stroke, brain injury or spinal cord injury, or multi-trauma injuries due to accidents,” says Anthony. Also, we treat uncommon ailments like genetic diseases, degenerative disease and other conditions that require specialized treatment. All ages are covered, from newborns to the most senior patient we have seen to date at 104 years.
Outpatient or inpatient rehabilitation?
First, it’s important to define the difference between inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation therapy. Inpatient rehabilitation refers to treatment or therapy that you receive at a hospital or clinic prior to discharge. Patients who go through an amputation, suffer an injury to the brain or stroke and suffer an orthopedic or spinal injury or receive a transplant may require inpatient rehabilitation to get until they can safely go home.
Outpatient rehabilitation therapy is treatments that are not provided in a hospital or clinic. Outpatient therapy centers provide a mix of services provided by occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech pathologists and psychologists. Outpatient rehab, centers offer therapy for many ailments, such as cancer, neurological disorders and back pain and neck, speech disorders as well as post- and prenatal issues, as well as other diseases.
Therapy for occupational disorders
Occupational therapists offer occupational therapy (OT) that is a specialized service for people who require specialized help in their daily activities. The purpose of occupational therapy is to help people take part in what they would like and require to do to live an independent and satisfying lifestyle.