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    The doctor might recommend rehabilitation for you if you have been severely injured and/or had surgery or suffered a stroke. Better Rehab NDIS Therapy offers a controlled, medical environment to help your body heal while you regain strength, relearn the skills you’ve lost, or discover new ways of doing things which are difficult.

    Meet Scott Anthony

    Anthony was initially drawn to physical therapy after a sports injury slowed his pursuits in athletics. He says working with a physical therapist helped his recovery quickly and be back in his sport without any pain. “The potential to positively influence an individual’s life by helping them get back to what is essential to them, whether it is work, sport or basic daily function, is extremely rewarding and a frequent draw for many therapists.”

    Better Rehab is a NDIS-registered service that redefines what is possible within the Allied Health sector. We provide multidisciplinary rehabilitation services in your home or in our clinics, as well as remotely through Telehealth across NSW, VIC, QLD, WA & ACT.

    Different types of rehabilitation

    There are three types of rehabilitation therapy: occupational, speech and physical. Each of the three types of better rehab NDIS therapy is used for each with a distinct purpose, they all share the same objective: to help patients return to a healthier and active lifestyle.

    There are a variety of ailments and injuries can be addressed with rehabilitation therapy. “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. We also treat rare diseases such as genetic diseases, degenerative disease and other specialized conditions. Patients of all ages are treated, from newborns to the oldest patient we have seen to date at 104 years.

    Inpatient rehabilitation or outpatient?

    In the beginning, it’s crucial to understand the distinction between outpatient and inpatient rehabilitation therapy. Inpatient rehabilitation refers to treatment or therapy that you receive at a hospital or clinic prior to being discharged. Inpatient rehabilitation is necessary for patients who have had an amputation, sustained a stroke or brain injury, or are recovering from an orthopedic or spinal injury or need to go to a hospital for treatment.

    Outpatient rehabilitation refers to the care that is offered without having to go to the hospital. Outpatient therapy centers provide wide range of services that include speech pathologists and occupational therapists as well as psychologists. Outpatient rehabilitation centers typically offer therapy for a wide variety of ailments, including cancer, neurological disorders, neck and back pain, mental disorders, speech issues as well as post- and prenatal problems and many more.

    Occupational therapy

    Occupational therapists offer occupational therapy (OT) services to aid individuals who require specialized aid to engage in daily activities, or “occupations.” The term “occupations” doesn’t simply mean work or your job, but also refer to self-care practices, everyday tasks and recreational activities. The aim of occupational therapy is helping people take part in what they would like and require to accomplish to lead a healthy, independent and satisfying lifestyle.

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