Hobbs at Bristol: Intensive Neurotherapy Centre
Hobbs Rehabilitation Intensive Neurotherapy Centre in Bristol is the only centre in the south of England providing
- 40-80 hours of intensive therapy over 4-8 week period
- Faster recovery/rehabilitation timeframe
- Reduction in long-term care and therapy required
- Person-centred and bespoke programmes
- Multidisciplinary team of clinical experts
Our unique approach combines the use of Tyromotion’s whole body Tyrosolution – one of only two providers with this equipment in the UK – and world-renowned personalised rehabilitation therapy by our multidisciplinary team of clinical experts.
This blended programme of treatment and support is tailored to every individual and provides higher-dose therapy to optimise progress and recovery timeframes,
Why high-intensity neurotherapy can enhance results
It takes 400 to 600 repetitions of one movement to try and retrain the brain. With therapy alone, you may only achieve 30 repetitions in a one-hour session but using neurotechnology in a targeted way to influence the right type of change to the central nervous system, therapists can see results in as little as two weeks of intensive therapy.
In addition, the level of intensity has been clinically proven to play a critical role in successfully maximising the impact on neuroplasticity in the shortest space of time. This is the ability for the brain to learn new or re-learn old skills after injury or insult.
This means that you can potentially achieve your personal therapy goals, whatever is important for you – whether that be to bake a cake, get back on the golf course, drive your car, hug a grandchild, or return to work – periods of intensive therapy give better results compared to weekly sessions.
Our intensive outpatient treatment packages typically range from 40 to 80 hours over a four-to-eight-week period but are entirely dependent on your individual circumstances and goals.
We work with you from the outset to design a flexible programme that best suits your needs and desired outcomes, taking into account where you are in your recovery pathway, whether we need to factor in resting periods to avoid fatigue and your accessibility to the centre.
We accept referrals from a variety of sources including Consultants, General Practitioners, other Health Care Professionals, Case Managers and private individuals.