RehWork is a pain and injury rehabilitation consultancy based in Wollongong, Australia.
We are driven by a shared commitment to help those who struggle with persisting pain and injury to regain control, rebuild confidence and rediscover their quality of life.
This commitment is matched only by our passion for actively researching, studying and contributing to the latest in pain science - and using those findings to create evidence-based treatment approaches that deliver real results.
And it has been our privilege to be delivering those results now for over 14 years.
Many of our patients come to us already having tried everything under the sun to manage their pain with limited or even negative results. Once you come in for your initial consult, you'll know right away that our approach is different.
We involve you in every aspect of your treatment, from educating you regarding why our techniques and exercises work as well as they do to collaborating with you to develop a personal recovery plan, which you'll follow all the way from your current situation to the resumption of as much of your prior routine as possible -- from fun to family to work.
And by educating you, we're empowering you to take command of your own treatment, and the infusion of self-confidence you receive from this empowerment serves to make your treatment all the more successful.
You can follow these links to learn more about what we treat and how we get results.
We're a lucky bunch, because we sincerely enjoy the work that we do. When you come to us for treatment, you'll reap not only the benefits of our shared knowledge and specialties but also the positive experience of partnering with a welcoming and friendly healthcare team.
In addition to our clinical work, we consult with organisations to develop and implement effective, maintainable workplace injury prevention processes.
Throughout each year we also present workshops for the medical community, sharing the latest in evidence-based, research-enhanced treatment approaches for managing persisting pain and improving patient outcomes.