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Departments

Rehabilitation units

Acquired brain injury rehabilitation

This service specializes in the care of people who have sustained a brain injury and have associated behavioural disturbance.

Amputee rehabilitation

This program provides specialised services for people who have had upper or lower limb amputations. This service includes assessment and the provision of custom-made prostheses when appropriate, as well as pre-amputation assessment and counselling.

Neurological rehabilitation

Services for people with stroke, multiple sclerosis and other neurological disorders. Programs are aimed at improving physical, communication, thinking, emotional, social and independence skills.

General and musculoskeletal rehabilitation

Treatment programs for people with fractures, multiple trauma, joint replacements, spinal surgery, and other orthopaedic conditions.

Outpatients and in-home services

This service offers the choice between centre-based and home-based therapy for outpatients.

Spinal cord injury rehabilitation

Through the Victorian Spinal Cord Service, people with spinal cord injuries are offered programs in state-of-the-art facilities which include purpose-built accommodation and therapy areas.

 Adult Chronic Fatigue Program

The program uses a multidisciplinary rehabilitation approach to address the impact of chronic fatigue syndrome