We have a number of exciting roles that have become available at More Rehab. Please see the poster below for details of vacancies and how to apply. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Our newsletter this month is focusing on Upper Limb Rehabilitation. Take a look, there’s lots of information on there. If you see anything that you think may benefit you, or someone you know, please feel free to contact us and … Continue reading
More Rehab are delighted to announce that we now have a dedicated massage therapist that has come to work alongside us. JOANNE SZABÓ Joanne is an holistic massage therapist, she can work with you individually or alongside your physiotherapist to … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that we are now running various Pilates classes from our gym in our Doncaster Clinic. We have group sessions, chair led sessions and of course 1 on 1 sessions. Led by senior physiotherapist Helen Dinneen … Continue reading
We’ve just had our stall confirmed for the South Yorkshire Acquired Brain Injury Forum Conference on 8th February 2017! Please pop along, say hello, ask any questions and if you’re lucky grab a freebie! We may also have a impromptu … Continue reading
More Rehab Ltd As 2016 draws to a close, we wish you a Happy Christmas and hope you have a great start to the New Year. As 2016 draws to a close, we wish you a Happy Christmas and hope you have a … Continue reading
Here are the answers to the Christmas movie quote quiz in the 2016 Christmas Newsletter. Elf Trading Places Mrs Miracle Miracle on 34th Street Home Alone
World Stroke Day – 29th October. This year’s theme is “Stroke is Treatable: Lives can improve with better awareness, access and action”.
World Stroke Day – 29th October. This year’s theme is “Stroke is Treatable: Lives can improve with better awareness, access and action”. Source : World Stroke Day World Stroke Organisation has released 6 key facts about stroke to … Continue reading
To support the International Older Peoples Day 1st October More Rehab’s October newsletter will be dedicated to ageing and adding life to years. Due to increasing survival rates, the general population is increasingly older. Whilst 60 is no longer considered … Continue reading