Uniquely tailored support for people with Acquired Brain Injury and other Neurological Conditions
ONE Rehabilitation Service provides assessment, intervention, and support for people with persistent concussion symptoms.
Concussion is a mild traumatic brain injury. Most healthy adults recover from a concussion in 10 days or less with simple rest and gradual return to their normal activities. Some people continue to experience symptoms after 2-3 weeks. In this instance targeted treatment and exercises are required to support recovery.
Our assessment process determines the cause of your delayed recovery and helps us establish a treatment plan to help you get your recovery back on track.
“Our team of allied health professionals will customise your treatment plan, giving your body the best chance for a swift recovery.”
If you are struggling to return to work, study, sport, or anything else important to you because of persistent concussion symptoms ONE Rehabilitation Service can help you. See your GP for medical clearance to see a physiotherapist, then call us to book an appointment today.
symptoms of persistant concussion
- Dizziness or unsteadiness
- Fatigue and sleep disturbance
- Changes in mood
- Poor memory or concentration
- Reduced alcohol tolerance
- Blurred or double vision
- Noise or light intolerance
Concussion Management Services
Our Concussion Management service is personally tailored and begins with a thorough clinical assessment to determine the best path to recovery.
Treatment varies based on your needs – it might include Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Exercise Physiology, Speech Pathology, Psychology and/or Social Work.
We provide advice on strategies and exercises that can be incorporated into your daily life to aid your recovery, and help you to return to your previous level of activity.
After your initial assessment and the establishment of your treatment plan our team of allied health clinicians will monitor your progress and support you through your recovery, incorporating the necessary changes to your treatment plan as your recovery progresses.