Rehabilitation Services

03 - 7839 9850 / 9854

03 - 7839 9850 / 9854

Rehabilitation Services

What is Rehabcentric?

Rehabcentric by Ara Damansara Medical Centre focuses on providing the community with excellent rehabilitation care.

Our objective is to provide quality rehabilitation services to patients. Forming a professional relationship with our patients is important, and we constantly strive to enhance your experience and realise your best potential.

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What services are available at Rehabcentric?

At Rehabcentric, you will find a wide range of services that ensures your needs are well taken care of. Among the services we provide are:

  • Audiology
    • Audiology is an important part of the assessment and management of hearing loss, tinnitus and balance problems.
    • Hearing aids, assistive listening devices such as telephone amplifiers, and visual cues can help certain individuals with hearing again.
  • Hydrotherapy
    • Hydrotherapy is a form of treatment that incorporates the unique properties of water and the value of heat to improve an array of medical conditions such as osteoarthritis, back and neck pain, stroke and more.
  • Neurological Rehabilitation
    • Neurological rehabilitation (rehab) is for people with nervous system diseases, injuries, or disorders. Neurological rehabilitation can frequently improve function, reduce symptoms, and improve the patient's overall well-being.
      • Adult
        • Targeted at adults who have experienced trauma and acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, seizure, other acquired problems that affect the brain or central motor system and more.
      • Paediatrics
        • Targeted at children with cerebral palsy, head injury and spinal cord injury who require intervention in sensory processing, muscle strength and tone to achieve their developmental milestones.
    • Cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI)
      • Cerebral visual impairment (also known as CVI) is a condition caused by damage to the parts of the brain responsible for vision processing. It is most common in infants and young children, but it can persist into adulthood.
  • Occupational Therapy
    • Occupational therapy involves the use of assessment and intervention to develop, recover, or maintain the meaningful activities of individuals. It uses stimulation of daily activities to assist patients in achieving independence.
  • Physiotherapy
    • Acute injuries
      • Acute injuries occur suddenly, such as when a person falls, receives a blow, or twists a joint. Sprains and dislocations are examples of acute injuries. Based on individualised assessments, the main goal is to decrease pain, swelling and disability. The physiotherapist may need to restrict your range of motion by using a brace or taping, or they may mobilise the area using manual therapy techniques.
    • Post-operative rehabilitation
      • Post-operative rehabilitation is the treatment you receive following a surgical procedure. Depending on your stage of recovery, you will be guided through each stage of healing, from early care to return to normal activities of daily living.
    • Sports rehabilitation
      • Sports rehabilitation focuses on the rehabilitation and prevention of injury to achieve optimal levels of functional, occupational, and sports-specific fitness regardless of age or ability.
    • Weight loss programme
      • A weight loss programme through physiotherapy allows you to restore flexibility, increase strength, build better cardiovascular health, prevent injury, reduce the pain that occurs with excessive weight gain and implement a sustainable fitness plan.
  • Speech therapy
    • Speech therapy is a treatment that aims at improving your communication and language skills. It aids in the development of early language skills, as well as voice and sound production, comprehension, fluency, clarity, and expression.

Why should you undergo rehabilitation?

Rehabilitation enables a child, adult or elderly to be as independent as possible in daily activities. This helps them fully participate in day-to-day activities such as schooling, work, recreation and others.

This is done by addressing underlying disorders, improving an individual’s daily functions, and assisting them in overcoming issues like thinking, seeing, hearing, communicating, eating or mobility.

Anyone may require rehabilitation, whether it’s because of an injury, surgery, disease, illness or old age.

What are the benefits of rehabilitation?

Rehabilitation can help people cope with various health issues, including diseases (acute or chronic), illnesses and injuries. It’s also used with other health measures like medical and surgical therapies to help obtain the best potential outcome. For example, it can help decrease, manage, or avoid consequences linked with many health disorders such as spinal cord injury, stroke, or fracture.

Rehabilitation helps minimise or slow the disabling effects of chronic health illnesses such as cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes by providing patients with self-management skills and assistive equipment, as well as addressing pain and other complications.

Rehabilitation is a cost-benefit analysis for both individual patients and society. It helps patients avoid expensive hospitalisation, shorten hospital stays, and prevent re-admissions. 

Rehabilitation is an essential component of universal health coverage and a critical method for attaining SDG 3 - "Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages."

Rehabilitation is not just for individuals who have long-term or physical disabilities. It is a key health service for anybody with an acute or chronic health condition, impairment, or injury that limits body functions.

Our healthcare team at Rehabcentric at Ara Damansara Medical Centre (ADMC) would be able to assist you by providing the right option for rehabilitation. With years of experience to ensure ease of the process, you will be well-guided and taken care of as you undergo rehabilitation.

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