What is rehabilitation?

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The goals of rehabilitation are to restore a person’s ability to live as they did before an accident, injury, illness or surgery and to assist them to cope with health issues that may affect their independence.

Rehabilitation’s main aim is to help you:

  • Return to activities that are important to you;

  • Improve your mobility, safety and confidence;

  • Assist you to be as independent as possible;

  • Learn new ways to carry out your daily activities; and,

  • Move safely around your home and community

St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital’s services cross all age groups from 16 years and over. The type, intensity and goals of rehabilitation are based on our patient-centred approach and will differ depending on the age and condition of the individual. 

Rehabilitation can be delivered from an inpatient or outpatient setting.

Specialist services offered at St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital include:

  • Cardiac

  • Chronic Pain Management

  • Driving assessments

  • Neurological

  • Oncology

  • Orthopaedic

  • Movement Disorder programs (i.e. Parkinson’s and MS)

  • Pulmonary

  • Reconditioning

  • Stroke

  • Women’s and Men’s Health (including incontinence)

To access our rehabilitation services, a referral from your GP or specialist is required.


A: 255-265 Cranbourne Rd, Frankston

T: 9788 3333
w: www.sjog.org.au/Frankston

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