Acquired and traumatic brain injury
Epworth’s Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Rehabilitation Unit is internationally recognised for its expert care, positive patient outcomes and innovative research programs.
Epworth's Concussion Clinic is a multidisciplinary clinic that assesses and manages people who display ongoing concussion symptoms as a result of a head knock.
Neurological rehabilitation aims to maximise a person's physical and cognitive independence, while also providing emotional and psychological support for them and their family as they navigate their neurological disorder.
The spasticity clinic provides comprehensive assessment and long-term management for people with either upper limb or lower limb spasticity as a result of a neurological condition.
Epworth's Parkinson's disease rehabilitation program addresses physical, functional and emotional challenges plus a wide range of other conditions associated with Parkinson's disease.
Olfactory Impairment Clinic
Epworth is the first rehabilitation facility within Australia to open an Olfactory Impairment Clinic to assess and manage the loss of smell (known as olfaction) and associated changes in taste.
The vestibular rehabilitation program is for people with symptoms of dizziness and/or imbalance as a result of damage to the inner ear or brain.
Transitional Living Centre
The Transitional Living Centre (TLC) is a home and community-based program for people with acquired brain injury (ABI).
Functional Neurological Disorder
An assessment clinic for people who have walking difficulties.