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Musculoskeletal

Sports Injuries

Sports injuries are injuries that occur as a result of participation within an athletic activity. More often than not these types of injuries are often due to overuse or acute trauma of a part of the body when participating in a chosen sport. It is essential that all sports injuries are afforded adequate attention to ensure the absence of further long term pain, dysfunction or complication.

Rehabilitation At Home will provide you with a highly professional and qualified physiotherapist to successfully guide you through your rehabilitation process.

Education and management strategies in addition to hands-on, evidence based clinical treatment will be provided in order to facilitate and expedite a positive final outcome.

 

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Work Injuries

Rehabilitation At Home are approved providers for Work Cover Queensland and subsequently offer a variety of services for the injured worker. (Please see occupational rehabilitation section) 

All treatment and management programs are designed to quickly progress the patient through their recovery to a level where they are able to:
Take ownership and successfully self-manage their injury.
Be confident and enthusiastic with an expected return to active working duties.
Have the knowledge to prevent further episodes of injury.
Injury treatment, management and education;

In early injury management, patients are treated with evidence-based approaches such as manual therapy, modalities, exercise prescription, correct technique relearning, manual handling retraining and education to return to activity.

Hands On Treatment "Manual Therapy":
The latest and most effective evidence based treatment approaches are used. Each therapist has expert experience with an extensive variety of effective clinical techniques and treatment methods required, in order to achieve successful patient outcomes.

Pain Management Programs:
These are evidence based programs, designed to decrease/avoid chronic pain syndromes and promote self management. A combination of education, modalities, exercise and self management techniques are utilised. The inclusion of a musculoskeletal physician, psychologist and occupational therapist to provde treatment is also integrated when appropriate.

Back and Spinal Rehabilitation Programs:
Evidence based treatment approaches are used to maximise spinal strength and movement, whilst ensuring the patient has the knowledge to avoid re-injury and subsequent episodes via safe work practice. Safe manual handling techniques are instructed.

 

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Back Pain

Back pain originates generally from either the nerves, bones, discs or muscles of the spine.

Back pain may present from a single mechanism of injury, or may be part of a chronic, recurring condition that requires ongoing management. The pain can be constant or intermittent and may remain centrally located or at times radiate to other areas. Pain variety may include a dull ache, sharp pain or burning sensation. Other symptoms in addition to the pain may include weakness, numbness or tingling.

Back pain is one of the population's most frequent complaints and although quite mechanical in nature, is likely to cause signifcant disability if not adequately managed. Take control of your back pain; don't let it take control of you!

Rehabilitation At Home will provide you with a highly professional and qualified physiotherapist to successfully guide you through your rehabilitation process.

Education and management strategies in addition to 'hands-on', evidence based clinical treatment will be provided in order to facilitate and expedite a positive final outcome.

Hands On Treatment "Manual Therapy":
The latest and most effective evidence based treatment approaches are used. Each therapist has expert experience with the extensive variety of effective clinical techniques and treatment methods required in order to achieve successful patient outcomes.

Back and Spinal Rehabilitation Programs:
Evidence based treatment approaches are used to maximise spinal strength and movement, whilst ensuring the patient has the knowledge to avoid re-injury and subsequent episodes.
 

 

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