Movement is something many take for granted unless it is taken away from them, which is when Thornton-based rehabilitation centre, Neuro Alliance, can play a vital role in offering both support and rehabilitation.
From its state-of-the-art centre on the corner of Glenwood Drive and Poynton Place, the team of therapists at Neuro Alliance provide medical and allied health services to anyone with a condition requiring complex rehabilitation.
The team also has the capacity to service areas all over NSW including remote areas.
The centre boasts two modern neurorehabilitation gymnasiums, a fully-accessible hydrotherapy pool, multiple large therapy areas and private consultation rooms.
Earlier this year, Neuro Alliance opened a paediatric service providing speech pathology, physiotherapy and occupational therapy to children aged 0-18yrs with a condition requiring complex rehabilitation.
Accommodation with disability access will also be available across the road from the facility.
“We are dedicated to improving the lives of those facing neurological challenges,” says Neuro Alliance general manager and neurological physiotherapist Daniel Buck.
“We take great pride in running multiple rehabilitation programs in a group format.
“These programs are designed to facilitate recovery and provide a sense of community for our clients.
“We believe that the wider Hunter community could greatly benefit from learning about our services and the positive impact they can have on individuals’ lives.”
Neuro Alliance specialises in providing comprehensive services for individuals with neurological conditions.
Its offerings include an Upper Limb Service, Neuromuscular Orthotist, Amputee Clinic, Tone and Function clinic and Aquatic Therapy.
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