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Rehabilitation

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Last reviewed: May 2018

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Stroke rehabilitation Stroke Foundation - Australia

Information about stroke

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Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation is about helping people to recover from serious injury, illness or surgery. It is based on your individual needs.

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Specialist rehabilitation services

Most rehabilitation services cover a range of health conditions.

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Cardiac rehabilitation

Cardiac rehabilitation is a professionally supervised program usually lasting between 610 weeks to help support you with managing your coronary heart disease or other heart problems.

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Rehabilitation services :: SA Health

Rehabilitation Services in South Australia's public hospitals provide care and recovery options for people who have had a illness, injury or surgery.

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What is pulmonary rehabilitation?

Pulmonary rehabilitation is a comprehensive program for people with a chronic lung disease who have symptoms of breathlessness and a decreased ability to perform the activities of daily life. Programs are individually tailored and designed to optimise physical and social wellbeing.

Read more on Lung Foundation Australia website

What is cardiac rehabilitation? | The Heart Foundation

Cardiac rehabilitation is type of post heart attack treatment where you work with health professionals to help you recover.

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DVA Rehabilitation Appliances Program National schemes Continence Foundation of Australia

The Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA) provides a range of continence products to eligible members of the veteran community through the Rehabilitation Appliances Program (RAP).

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Neurological Rehabilitation and Movement Disorders | myVMC

Botulinum toxin is a neurotoxin used to treat movement disorders and symptoms caused by neurological conditions.

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enableme - self directed rehabilitation Stroke Foundation - Australia

Get help after stroke

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