Noosa Hospital Rehabilitation Services
Part of Ramsay Health Care

Our Services

Noosa Hospital Rehabilitation Services provides excellence in multidisciplinary patient focused care to assist in recovery after illness or surgery. We aim to help each patient optimise their health and independence.

The Allied Health team will formulate a treatment plan for each individual based on their needs and an assessment by the Rehabilitation Physician.
Patients generally attend the programs twice a week for 4-6 weeks or as deemed appropriate.

Orthopaedic Day Program

This program is designed to enhance recovery and help regain independence following orthopaedic surgery, such as hip and knee replacement, spinal surgery or other orthopaedic injury.

Reconditioning Day Program

The Reconditioning program specialises in the rehabilitation of patients who have experienced an acute episode of illness or undergone a surgical procedure with subsequent deterioration in functional ability. Our aim is to provide specialised therapy to allow patients to maximise their functional improvement and achieve realistic goals.

Pain Day Program

The Pain program focuses on active self-management skills and strategies to promote recovery for patients who suffer from unresolved pain lasting longer than 3 months or interference by pain in areas of life such as work, family and leisure activities.

Driving Assessment Unit

The aim of a driving assessment is to assess the impact of a medical condition or health issue on driving capacity. The driving assessment is completed by a trained Occupational Therapy Driver Assessor and involves two parts:

  1. Off Road Driving Assessment
  2. On Road Driving Assessment

The Occupational Therapy Driving Assessor will send a report with recommendations to the referring doctor who makes the final decision related to driving.

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