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Our Services

PHYSICAL THERAPY

Physical therapy, also known as physiotherapy, focuses on improving movement, managing pain, and improving daily living activities. It is an important part of preventive care, rehabilitation, and treatment of patients with chronic conditions, illnesses, and injuries. The field is divided into several branches such as musculo-skeletal physiotherapy,
cardio-thoracic physiotherapy, neurological physiotherapy, paediatric physiotherapy, and sports physiotherapy.

Neurological Physical Therapy

Neurological physiotherapy is a specialized branch of physiotherapy focused on the treatment of neurological disorders affecting the functioning of the brain, spinal cord, and nervous system. Regions Rehab Neurological Physical Therapists are experienced professionals who, alongside Occupational Therapists and a Speech Therapist, collaborate with dieticians, nurses, and doctors to comprehensively address conditions. They create personalized treatment plans to evaluate and restore physical abnormalities related to neurological disorders, with the aim of providing interventions that help patients regain their maximum range of movement and functional independence.

We assist patients to improve their strength and range of motion for functional tasks by
helping them recover from:

  • Stroke
  • Traumatic brain injury
  •  Autism spectrum disorders
  •  Parkinson’s disease
  •  Normal pressure hydrocephalus
  • Spinal cord injury
  •  Low cardiovascular endurance
  •  Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  •  Brain tumor

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Occupational therapists are health care professionals specializing in occupational science by using a holistic perspective with scientific bases to promote an individual’s day-to-day function (e.g., activities of daily living, work/vocation, play, education, leisure, rest, sleep, social participation). They are well trained in the physical and psychosocial areas of human functioning. Occupational therapists work within a variety of fields such as orthopedics, neurology, pediatrics, assistive technology, mental health, low vision therapy, oncological rehabilitation, as well as physical rehabilitation. Occupational therapy also plays a major role in the rehabilitation of those who have had impaired hand function as a result of a stroke or injury.

Neurological Occupational Therapy

Neurological occupational therapists help individuals with cognitive or physical challenges as a result of neurological disorders regain their functional independence in performing activities of daily living. Regions Rehab Neurological Occupational Therapists are highly qualified professionals who assist individuals with hand impairment by assessing their hand dexterity, sensory and processing skills, fine and gross motor skills, daily living tasks including dressing, feeding and grooming, developmental milestones, executive functioning, handwriting, visual perception, and visual-motor skills. Pain is addressed using hand therapy techniques and modalities like soft braces (orthoses) or splints. They collaborate with the rest of their team members in the rehabilitation of hand functioning and independence.

We assist patients to improve their strength and range of motion for functional tasks by
helping them recover from:

  • Stroke
  • Traumatic brain injury
  •  Autism spectrum disorders
  •  Parkinson’s disease
  •  Normal pressure hydrocephalus
  •  Spinal cord injury
  •  Low cardiovascular endurance
  •  Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  •  Brain tumor

SPEECH THERAPY

Speech therapy treats an array of communication and swallowing disorders among neurological patients. This field uses evaluation, treatment, and counselling services to improve one’s language abilities in activities of daily living.

Neurological Speech Therapy

Neurological speech therapy specialises in various communication and cognitive conditions such as aphasia, dysphagia, apraxia, and voice disorders. Speech therapists utilise interactive and practical treatment options to train areas of the brain that help patients use language to communicate. The Regions Rehab Neurological Speech Therapist performs different activities to help patients improve communication through the use of words and sentences. Strategies include speaking, writing, drawing, gesturing, and the use of portable
electronic devices or manual notebooks.

We are qualified in addressing speech-related conditions related to neurological disorders
such as:

  •  Stroke
  •  Autism related speech disorders
  •  Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder symptoms
  •  Attention deficit hyperactivity disorders
  •  Resonance disorders
  •  Apraxia of speech
  •  Brain injury-related speech disorders/ dysarthria
  •  Selective Mutism
  •  Cerebral palsy
  •  Dysphagia
  •  Aphasia
  •  Orofacial myofunctional disorders
  •  Receptive disorders
  •  Speech sound disorders/articulation disorder