Intensive Rehabilitation Technology

The Rehab Physio provides our patients with access to the world’s most advanced technology to enable them to maximise their rehabilitation and potential for recovery…

Our robotics and virtual reality technology provide our patients with the unique opportunity to:

  • increase their volume of practice
  • improve the quality and effectiveness of their therapy
  • achieve better treatment outcomes
  • achieve more sustainable improvements


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. 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.

This intensive treatment 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 array of rehab technology is unrivalled in the North West to give our patients the maximum benefit from individual sessions.

Find out more about the benefits provided by our intensive rehabilitation technology by clicking here…

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Patient Stories

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Focus on Spinal Cord Injury - John's Story
John suffered a catastrophic spinal injury and lower limb paralysis following an accident but with access to our sponsored rehab programme he's been able to regain his independence and motivation and ultimately improve his quality of life...
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Focus on Spinal Cord Injury - Alex's Story
Following a serious spinal cord injury, 14 year-old Alex has been fortunate to be able to access a 4 week rehabilitation placement at The Rehab Physio, funded by The Rooprai Spinal Trust and Fletchers Solicitors...
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Olivia's Story
14 year-old Olivia suffers from Cerebral Palsy, resulting from a traumatic birth but her weekly physio sessions at The Rehab Physio over the last 10 years have allowed her to maintain her muscle tone, posture and strength so that she can do normal everyday activities including following her passion for horse riding...
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Dominick's Story
24 year old Dominick couldn't move the right side of his body, walk or talk following a brain arteriovenous malformation (AVM) which resulted in a stroke...but following two programmes of intensive rehab, he's now climbing mountains, visiting festivals and planning to walk the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu...
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Marellis' Story
Marellis was 13 when he suffered paralysis and a cardiac arrest following a major spinal stroke. Funding from The Frenkel Topping Charitable Foundation and the Rooprai Spinal Trust enabled his family to access The Rehab Physio's specialist intensive rehabilitation services to explore his full potential..