Stroke Recovery, Parkinson's Treatment, Brain Injury, Neurological & Cancer Rehabilitation Services in Sydney
MetroRehab is a leading not-for-profit private rehabilitation hospital based in Petersham, Sydney.
We provide the highest level of patient care through a team of dedicated staff experienced in all major rehabilitation specialties.
Highly regarded for our specialist rehabilitation programs, MetroRehab is also renowned for neurological rehabilitation including stroke rehabilitation and Parkinson’s rehabilitation. We also provide expertise in orthopaedic and musculoskeletal rehabilitation, cancer rehabilitation, cardiac rehabilitation, Reconditioning & Pain Management Programs delivering holistic quality care across Sydney.
Committed to providing specialist programs with professionalism and empathy, we create a warm and friendly environment. Our sole focus is helping our patients achieve a better quality of life through rehabilitation, and we are constantly looking at new ways to help improve outcomes for our patients. Our multidisciplinary team is ready to deliver you the best combination of therapies to achieve your goals including: hydrotherapy, physiotherapy, exercise physiology, PD Warrior®, occupational therapy, speech pathology, LSVT and dietetics.
We offer a fully-equipped gymnasium and a heated hydrotherapy pool (including accessible access).
MetroRehab Hospital is proudly owned by Royal Rehab, a leading provider of rehabilitation and disability support services with over 120 years of experience.
We look forward to welcoming you to MetroRehab.
For more information on our rehabilitation programs, contact us on (02) 8585 4900.
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