Programmes that we offer
- Functional Reactivation Programme (FRP)
- Activity Focused Programme (AFP)
- Physical Fitness for Work and Independence
- Progressive Goal Attainment Programme (PGAP)
- Stay At Work (SAW)
- Training for Independence (TI)
- Training for Independence Advisory Service (TIAS)
What’s In Development for Neurological Rehab
- Fitness, stretching, strengthening and balance programmes
- Walking retraining and maintenance programmes
- Cardiovascular fitness programmes tailored to the individual
- Home fitness programmes using Pilates mat exercises, stretches and Thera-Band resistance exercises.
Combat Dizziness and improve Balance
You may have a friend who could take advantage of Bronagh Quinn’s 20 years specialising in neurological assessment and rehabilitation. As Otago’s leading neurological rehabilitation specialist, Bronagh can assist with:
- post-concussion issues
- fall prevention
- CVA (stroke) rehabilitation
- chronic fatigue, ME
- BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo)and Meniers Disease
- traumatic brain injury rehabilitation.
Bronagh has a passion for acute and chronic balance issues and vestibular (dizziness) rehabilitation and management. Her stretching, strengthening and fitness programmes incorporating Pilates are all tailored to the individual.
Wee Bit o’ Wii
Nintendo Wii games are leaping to the fore as rehabilitation tool at Back in Motion. They are frequently used in the United States where the practice is nick-named ‘Wii-hab’. The software within Wii balancing, sports and exercise games provides a large amount of feedback information; measuring change and improvement. Staff have noticed people often relate better to the games than straight exercise. It’s fun and gets good results.