Rehabilitation Services help people to reach their optimum health and quality of life by restoring their independence.
This enables each person to return to their normal lifestyle with maximum independence and community support. We achieve this through a focus on patient centred care from the treating team and involvement of your family and significant others in the rehabilitation process.
- Dr Peter New
- Dr Rachel Teo
Acquired Brain Injury
The Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Unit has a program of research and quality in ABI rehabilitation embedded in this new service.Find out more
The Spinal Rehabilitation Service offers a specialised Statewide interdisciplinary clinical service for adults with spinal cord damage or disease from any cause.Find out more
Vicarious pain responders and emotion: evidence for distress rather than mimicry
Young KA, Gandevia SC, Giummarra MJ
(2017), Psychophysiology, 54(7), 1081-95
Sex differences in empathy for pain: what is the role of autonomic regulation?
Tracy LM, Giummarra MJ
(2017), Psychophysiology, 54(10), 1549-58
Co-occurrence of posttraumatic stress symptoms, pain, and disability 12 months after traumatic injury
Giummarra MJ, Casey SL, Devlin A, Ioannou LJ, Gibson SJ, Georgiou-Karistianis N, Jennings PA, Cameron PA, Ponsford J
(2017), Pain Rep, 2(5), e622