Cairns Private Hospital
Part of Ramsay Health Care

Rehabilitation Program Types

The Amputee Day Rehabilitation Program is designed for patients who:

  • are about to undergo or have had an amputation of a limb
  • are having a prosthesis fitted and require training to help them walk
  • need to learn how to transfer safely from a wheelchair
  • need treatment to improve their strength, endurance and balance
  • need to improve their ability to do everyday activities.

Phone 07 4052 8076 or ask your doctor about a referral.

Do you have heart disease?

Our Strong Hearts Cardiac Rehabilitation Program can help. It provides effective programs individually tailored for people who have heart disease, have had a cardiac procedure, have heart failure, or experience risk factors associated with heart disease.

The aim of the program is to help people return to their previous lifestyles and activities through exercise and education. Strong Hearts provides an education and exercise program in a safe and monitored environment, and assists you to set and achieve meaningful goals.

Phone 07 4052 8076 for further information or ask your doctor for a referral.

The Neurological Day Rehabilitation Program is designed for patients who:

  • have a neurological medical condition such as Multiple Sclerosis
  • have recently undergone brain surgery or spinal surgery
  • need treatment to improve strength, endurance and balance
  • need help in reading, writing & finding the right words to say
  • need to improve their ability to do everyday activities.

Phone 07 4052 8076 for further information or ask your doctor for a referral.

Do you need help with walking or everyday activities?

Our Day Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Program can help. It is tailored for patients who:

  • who have undergone joint replacement surgery
  • have suffered a recent fracture or traumatic orthopaedic injury
  • need treatment to improve strength, endurance and balance
  • need to improve the way they walk
  • need to improve their ability to do everyday activities.

Phone 07 4052 8076 for further information or ask your doctor for a referral.

Do you have persistent pain?

The program aims to help you more effectively manage your chronic pain and assist you in improving your physical and functional capabilities.

We guide you through a graded return to exercise and activities program where you will be supervised at all times to ensure correct movement and posture techniques.

You will also be provided with a comprehensive educational program to reinforce positive self-management strategies to maintain an active and independent lifestyle.

Phone 07 4052 8076 for further information or ask your doctor for a referral.

Do you have Parkinson’s Disease?

Our Parkinson's Day Rehabilitation Program is designed for patients who:

  • have Parkinson's Disease
  • have eating, drinking and/or speech difficulties
  • need treatment to improve strength, endurance and balance
  • need to improve their ability to do everyday activities

Phone 07 4052 8076 for further information or ask your doctor for a referral.

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Do you need to regain strength and endurance?

Our Reconditioning Day Rehabilitation Program can help. It is designed for patients who:

  • would benefit from specialised osteoporosis bone building program including weight bearing, gradual impact resistance training.
  • need treatment to improve strength, endurance and balance
  • need to improve their ability to do everyday activities
  • have recently experienced an acute episode of illness
  • undergone a surgical procedure
  • have a chronic medical condition

Phone 07 4052 8076 for further information or ask your doctor for a referral.

Have you recently had a stroke?

Our Stroke Day Rehabilitation Program can help. It is tailored to individual patient needs post-stroke and may include:

  • help in reading, writing and finding the right words to say
  • treatment to improve strength, endurance and balance
  • improve ability to do everyday activities

Phone 07 4052 8076 for further information or ask your doctor for a referral.