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Neurological Rehabilitation

The brain is a 1.5kg, complex organ that controls thought, memory, emotion, touch, motor skills, vision, breathing, temperature, hunger and every process that regulates our body. The brain and spinal cord that extends from it, make up the central nervous system.

Building stronger connections within the brain to improve memory cognition, balance, speech and movement often requires a combination of highly specific exercises, neurological integration and muscle facilitation. We will work with you to improve your neurological health and to help you to manage or recover from your neurological condition.


  • Post Stroke recovery – We can offer you a dedicated exercise program, in home assistance with balance, co ordination, movement and muscle strength that may help prevent falls, muscle wasting and neurological deterioration.
  • Parkinsons Disease – We can offer exercise advice and manual manipulative techniques to keep your muscles and joints moving better, for longer, after you have been diagnosed with this condition.
  • Motor Neurone disease – We can offer exercises, manual therapies and aids to improve quality of life during the course of this disease.
  • Migraine headaches – We treat Migraine headaches to reduce occurrence and improve management of the condition.
  • BPPV – Vertigo – We can provide the appropriate exercise advice and assist with management of your vertigo.
  • Multiple Sclerosis – We help relieve pain and deliver exercises to reduce the debilitating impact of this neurological illness.
  • Fibromyalgia – We treat sufferers of fibromyalgia using various techniques including dry needling, laser therapy, manual manipulation, massage, exercise rehabilitation and gentle low force sacro occipital mobilisation techniques.
  • Concussion – we do the SCAT 5 assessment for sports and return to play, we will manage and monitor your Cerebral health after a concussion.

Techniques used:

Just as your brain is unique, the range of techniques – and the way we apply them to strengthen your brain’s pathways is unique. We may use:

  • Specific joint and muscle mobilisations and movements
  • Visual tracking patterns
  • Vestibular rehabilitation – this trains the balance systems
  • Neuromodulation techniques
  • Sensory neuro-stimulation
  • Integration of retained primitive reflexes
  • Cognitive tasks
  • Tactile stimulation
  • Neurofeedback
We will work with your Neurologist or General practitioner and we accept all aged care package providers, Medicare referrals and Private health insurance.

How Can We Assist You?

Our treatments have been utilized by patients suffering from neurological disorders for decades, speak to one of our staff today to see how we can be of assistance to you.


Neurological Rehabilitation in Essendon | (03) 9379 5425