Rehabilitation

Maitland Private Hospital’s Rehabilitation Unit is a new 44 bed inpatient facility purpose built to provide services for people of any age that require rehabilitation. 

We offer a range of rehabilitation services for both in-patients and day patients. Our programs are designed to assist patients in managing a range of issues following a surgical procedure, trauma or as a result of deconditioning.

Programs are individually tailored and designed to maximise patient recovery while providing practical ways of dealing with ongoing disability. We focus on behavioural modifications as a preventative tool to assist individuals to live independently in the community.

Inpatient Accommodation

Single and double rooms with a purpose built  ADL suite with a full kitchen are available, all have ensuite and air conditioning.

Rooms are light and spacious offering a tranquil atmosphere. Rooms have been designed to provide a safe and pleasant environment where clients can interact with their doctor, nurse or therapist.

Facilities

  • Hydrotherapy Pool

  • Physiotherapy and gymnasium area

  • Occupational therapy area

Staff

The Maitland Rehabilitation Unit is staffed by experience rehabilitation physicians, specialist rehabilitation nurses and allied health staff qualified in all areas of rehabilitation care. Our staff are committed to providing a well co-ordinated and effective service. Allied health professionals involved in the rehabilitation process include:

  • Occupational Therapists

  • Therapy Assistants

  • Social Workers

  • Speech Therapists

  • Physiotherapists

  • Psychologists

  • Neuro psychologists

  • Rehabilitation Counsellors

  • Podiatrists

  • Dieticians

Programs

A range of rehabilitation programs are available from intensive programs involving hospitalisation to day programs including:

  • Neurological Diseases
  • CVA (Stroke) Cerebrovascular accident

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Parkinsons Disease

  • Spinal Cord Degeneration

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Post Polio

  • Orthopaedic Problems

  • Post elective surgery

  • Total hip or knee replacement

  • Laminectomy

  • Spinal Fusion

  • Post Traumatic Surgery

  • Multiple Trauma

  • Fractured Neck of femur, etc

  • Post Traumatic Non Surgical

  • Fractured neck of femur

  • Fractured pelvis

  • Vertebrae fracture

  • Intensive Inpatient Rehabilitation

  • Decreased activity tolerance

  • Increased frailty

  • Decreased level of confidence

  • Support to manage independently at home

  • Musculo-Skeletal Rehabilitation

  • Acute lower back pain

  • Chronic back pain

  • Severe soft tissue injury

  • Rheumatoid disease

  • Pain management