Intensive Rehabilitation Technology

Providing access to the world's most advanced technology to maximise your rehabilitation and potential for recovery...

The latest research in rehabilitation indicates that at least 80 hours of intensive rehabilitation not only provides the best outcomes to patients with neurological conditions, but also results in improvements which are more likely to last.  This intensive rehabilitation approach is made possible by The Rehab Physio’s world-leading, purpose-built rehabilitation facility, combining expert physiotherapy skills with world-leading technology, including robotics and virtual reality (VR).  Our track record shows that we can achieve better results than physios working with older techniques and more basic equipment.

For neurological rehabilitation to be effective, a patient needs to experience enough of the right movements for physiological changes to happen. These changes to the nervous system are known as neuroplasticity and when the rehabilitation treatment is both frequent and often, result in the generation of new brain cells and nerve pathways.

 

The Rehab Physio’s use of robotics and virtual reality technology provides our patients with the unique opportunity to:

Increase the volume of practice

Physiotherapy works if the quality is repeatable. To get the best results, a patient needs to achieve sufficient hours of specialist practice and place the right demands on their body. This used to be unaffordable andinaccessible, but now with the use of robotics, it is achievable.

Increase quality of therapy

The use of robotics enables safe and effective practice in ways unachievablein a traditional one-on-one physiotherapy session. It reduces the need for many hands to support therapy, enabling more effective treatments to be carried out and repeated. Parameters can be accurately adjusted with computer technology, enabling consistent progression of treatment.

Provide better treatment outcomes

Used alongside expert therapists, robotics enable control of treatment parameters, like never before. The accuracy of treatment is greater than can be delivered via the human hand. In addition, digital technology can provide computerised measures, giving a reassuring and consistent performance feedback.

Achieve more sustainable improvements

By utilising the intensive approach, facilitated by the specialist technology, patients can expect greater changes in a short space of time. This way of working will ensure that the changes that are made can be practiced at home with much more reliability than spreading treatment over a long period.

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Neurological Conditions we treat

Our intensive rehabilitation technology has been developed with the goal of improving independence and quality of life for patients with a range of neurological conditions, often allowing them to exceed their original rehabilitation potential. Check out some of the conditions that we treat...

Brain Injury

Spinal Cord Injury

Complex Polytrauma

Foot Drop

Cerebral Palsy

SDR Rehab

Other Neurological Conditions

Treatments we offer

The Rehab Physio's family of robotic equipment for upper and lower limb rehabilitation are intelligent devices that use sensors to monitor human movement and positioning and then use this feedback to interact with the patient. They are individually adaptable, allowing rehabilitation treatment to be tailored to each patient's specific needs.

Developed by leading manufacturer of technology-based therapeutic devices, Tyromotion, our robotic solutions aim to put our patients at the heart of the rehabilitation process, improving their independence and quality of life.

Combined with sophisticated software, our robotic technology is designed to challenge and encourage the patient by providing the right mix of motivation and fun during rehabilitation. This means that patients with a range of neurological conditions often experience visible improvements sooner than with traditional physiotherapy techniques.