We offer Specialised Rehabilitation including Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy for:
Acquired Brain Injury
Spinal Cord Injury
Complex Neurological Conditions
Amputations (Upper and Lower Limb)
Respiratory Disease & Conditions
More Rehab offers a high quality multidisciplinary therapy service to patients that require
specialised neurological or respiratory care.
Based in Sheffield, we operate in the Yorkshire, Humber, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire regions we use a team of expert therapists and a wide range of treatment techniques to ensure that all of our patients receive the best possible results.
Our focus is our patients and improving the quality of life in each individual circumstance.
We work together with families, carers and professionals from the health sector, legal sector and beyond to facilitate our patients in improving the quality of their life:
- Improving Physical and Psychological Function.
- Improving Self Management Techniques Through Education
- Minimising Pain
What is Rehabilitation?
Rehabilitation is provision of therapeutic services in order to restore movement, function, cognition and reduce and manage pain. An inter-disciplinary team of clinicians will work towards each client’s goals. The video below explains what rehabilitation therapy is and what makes a good rehabilitation provider. She also talks about the different healthcare professionals that are involved in rehabilitation programmes and how they help our clients. It was part of a series of videos produced by Irwin Mitchell called ‘Getting Life Back On Track’
Neurological Conditions Including:
Brain Injury – Spinal Cord Injury – Stroke – Parkinsons – Multiple Sclerosis Cerebral Palsy – Dystrophies – Neuropathies – Balance Problems – Dementia Guillain-Barré Syndrome – Peripheral Nerve Injury – Fibromyalgia – Ataxia Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – Tranverse Myelitis – Alzheimers – Huntington’s Disease – Motor Neurone Disease – Vestibular Disorders
Paediatric Conditions Including:
Cerebral Palsy – Developmental Delay – Epilepsy – Dyspraxia – Erbs Palsy Spinal Cord Injury – Brain Injury / Tumours
Respiratory Conditions Including:
Asthma – Bronchiectasis – Chronic Hyperventilation Syndrome – COPD Emphysema – Pulmonary Hypertension
Polytrauma – Amputee Rehabilitation – Complex Musculoskeletal Injuries – Complex Trauma Injuries