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Superior rehabilitation and high quality nursing care are offered in the relaxed, friendly environment of our two campuses at Elsternwick. Over two locations we offer a 71 bed facility, with a combination of private and shared accommodation.
Check with your private health fund if you have rehabilitation cover. They will also advise you if any co payments are required.Learn more
Comfortable day wear/ changes of clothing. Supportive fitted shoes( no thongs scuffs). Swimwear. Night clothes. Toiletries. Tissues. All health and pension cards. All current medications and prescriptions. Any mobility aids, orthotics or splints you would usually use.
We ask visitors to respect designated visiting hours to enable you to be treated, enhance rest and attend therapy appointments with the team throughout the day. If family come from afar please advise your therapist and nurse to timetable your therapy to fit around visits if possible.
A referral is always required from your doctor. You will need to discuss the reasons you require rehabilitation with your doctor
Your length of stay will be determined by the treating rehabilitation consultant based on your individual needs and goals. You may commence an outpatient program after going home
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Cabrini Rehabilitation provides a comprehensive range of multidisciplinary outpatient programs that are client focused and goal oriented.
Using the latest evidence-based approach our team aims to optimise function, mobility and emotional wellbeing. Each patient is assessed by highly skilled clinicians specialising in rehabilitation.
A program is provided that is tailored to patient needs. Programs may include both individual and group allied health therapies designed to support patients to achieve their specific goals.
Orthopaedic and musculo skeletal conditions, including;
Provides specialist assessment and rehabilitation to improve balance, mobility and vigour for patients that are at risk of falls, have recently experienced a fall or have experienced a fracture after a fall.
Provides multidisciplinary assessment and management for patients with neurological conditions including stroke, Parkinson’s disease, movement disorders, Multiple Sclerosis, brain tumours and other neurological conditions.
An individually tailored program for patients with persistent pain.
The chronic pain team aims to support patients to learn self management techniques, to reduce pain levels, improve function and optimise psychological wellbeing.
Provides assessment and strategies to improved general health, wellbeing and function after a prolonged acute, surgical or medical illness.
Rehabilitation is also offered to patients awaiting surgery to enhance pre-surgical health and functioning.
For patients experiencing functional decline, weakness and emotional issues related to the treatment and management of cancer. A specialised program is also available for women with localised breast cancer following the completion of their acute treatment.