New Services Now Available
Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy pathway for serious injuries (multi-track), offering easier access to specialist rehabilitation therapists with a detailed report
Consultant Case Review offering a consultation (separate from a referral discussion) with a Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine, including a written letter of recommendations
Get in touch now to enquire, or for our industry colleagues, you can also request a private call for us to explain the details, benefits and how these new services fit with our existing Multi-disciplinary team (MDT) pathway.
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Through our experience within military, high performance sport, NHS and private sector rehabilitation, we have created a rehabilitation model to enable optimal outcomes.
All of our programmes begin with an Assessment Clinic. In this clinic, our Consultant-led multi-disciplinary team will assess and make recommendations regarding the patient’s clinical and rehabilitation requirements. These might include:
Community Rehabilitation – access to rehabilitation services in the patient’s own home or local gym. This helps to address the day-to-day living needs of the patient.
Residential Rehabilitation – high-intensity programmes of 15-20 hours of 1:1 input per week at our residential facility. This type of setting is suitable for post-acute, early stage rehabilitation or individuals requiring high intensity input within their rehabilitation pathway.
Specialist Amputee Rehabilitation – working with our prosthetic partner, ProActive Prosthetics, to deliver a tailored made treatment pathway for amputees. We can also provide rehabilitation to individuals with an alternative prosthetic provider at the request of the referrer.
Rehabilitation Needs Assessment (RNA)
Remedy Healthcare offers a Rehabilitation Needs Assessment (RNA) and Report writing clinic. This clinic is the starting point for any of the referrals where an individual has complex musculo-skeletal injuries, excluding limb loss. We provide a consultant-led, multi-disciplinary team to assess and make recommendations regarding your client's clinical and rehabilitation requirements.
Remedy Healthcare offers a community rehabilitation service, providing assessment and treatment for clients living within the boroughs of London, Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire, Kent and parts of Buckinghamshire and Essex. This service enables clients to be treated within their own home, local gym and/or park. If a clinic space is required for the treating team, this can be arranged at an additional cost.
Remedy Healthcare has teamed up with CHD Living at their Bagshot Park location in Surrey to provide residential rehabilitation for patients who are either:
Unable to manage at home following a hospital admission for a traumatic musculoskeletal injury, or
Would benefit from a period of high intensity, MDT rehabilitation in a residential setting
Specialist Amputee Services
Remedy Healthcare offers a Specialist Amputee Needs Assessment (SANA) and Report writing clinic. This clinic is the starting point for any referrals for assessment pre-amputation, post-elective amputation or post-traumatic amputation.We provide a consultant-led, multi-disciplinary team to assess and make recommendations regarding your client's clinical and rehabilitation requirements.
Pro Bono Initiative with St George's Hospital
A 6 week programme including 18 hours of 1:1 specialist, inter-disciplinary musculoskeletal rehabilitation following hospital discharge – at no cost to the NHS.
The Covid-19 Pandemic has highlighted a significant gap in services following discharge from hospital for individuals following complex trauma. Remedy Healthcare has developed this Pro Bono initiative to assist the NHS to bridge this gap to support some of these individuals.
Why? The Remedy Healthcare rehabilitation model was formed to deliver a high quality, fully integrated, consultant-led musculoskeletal rehabilitation service with a step down approach.
Our service is set up to provide an alternative to the current rehabilitation models available in the private sector, where referrers are often forced to seek services from a variety of providers, which leads to delays in accessing rehabilitation and to higher costs.
How? Our 'one stop shop' provides quick access to a full clinical team, thus enabling continuity and collaborative working throughout the process of rehabilitation, leading to superior outcomes.
What? Our model is largely based on our experience of the widely acclaimed rehabilitation model used within the British military system. It aims to return individuals to the highest levels of function and employability following injury or illness. This model delivers high intensity, consultant-led rehabilitation using a truly bio-psychosocial, inter-disciplinary approach.
Our programs are individually tailored, progressive and outcome driven to provide clients with a significant opportunity to reach their optimum level of function.
Our clinical team have specialist knowledge in assessing and treating individuals following a broad range of injuries, from those with soft tissue complaints to cases involving the most complex, life changing injuries.