We all know exercise is important for general well-being, but for people with Parkinson’s disease it’s vital. Royal Rehab Private Hospital is proud to launch
Early recognition and treatment of spasticity is important in maximising the return of active function for neurological conditions such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis,
Intensive rehabilitation is readily available for stroke survivors, those with brain injury and spinal cord injury in the first months after the event. However, many
It was a slight shaking in her hands that made 75-year-old Deryl first think she may have Parkinson’s disease. A neurologist soon confirmed her suspicions.
It was 2am on a Monday in late October 2018 when Brenton woke up with a start and what he describes as a very strange
Internationally recognised rehab program, PD Warrior®, is now available at Royal Rehab Private Hospital (RRPH) as a day rehab service – making it accessible for
Royal Rehab has rapidly adopted new telehealth methods to deliver rehabilitation support to clients during the COVID-19 pandemic. In March alone, phone consults increased by
University of NSW Social Work student Danya Schonberger was awarded the Royal Rehab Alex Ommanney Social Work Student Prize 2020 on World Social Work Day,
Read the SBS article here on how Royal Rehab has supported two past clients Kevin and Caitlin in their rehabilitation journey.