treatment@hobbsrehabilitation.co.uk

01962 779796

Independent Provider Of Specialist Neurological Rehabilitation Services

Your Nearest Centre

Intensive Residential Rehab / 

Outpatient Intensive and Community Services

Conditions We Treat

Adults / Children 

Services We Provide

Intensive Residential/

Outpatient / Neurotechnology /Upper Limb Services

Welcome to Hobbs Rehabilitation

Hobbs Rehabilitation provides specialist inpatient and outpatient neurological rehabilitation, for adults and children, across the south of England as well as training, educational services and clinical research services .

An interdisciplinary service is provided by experts in neuro physiotherapyoccupational therapyspeech and language therapychildren's physiotherapy, rehabilitation medicine, neuropsychology and orthotics to help ensure that every individual can reach their full potential.  Hobbs is the largest independent sector specialist therapy team in the UK.

We treat a wide variety of neurological conditions including StrokeAcquired Brain Injuries and Spinal Cord Injuries.

Access to the latest in neuro technology is available, such as the MyoPro Robotic Arm DeviceMollii Suit, and exoskeltons such as the  Eksobionics Exoskeleton or the ReWalk Tyromotion™ technology is available at our Upper Limb Clinic while Hobbs South East has the Omego for lower limb rehab. Bramshott Grange, our intensive residential facility, has the only Fourier M2 Robot in the UK. Other tools such as the LiteGait partial weight bearing device and the AlterG Bionic Leg are also available, all of which are useful adjuncts to your rehabilitation programme and can significantly enhance the results achieved.  

 

We are expanding our services at Bramshott Grange, Liphook and are hiring for several positions elsewhere too, please take a look.

More details here!


Our Upper Limb Service is thriving, for more information, please click here

 

Latest News
  • New Intensive Package Service

    *NEW INTENSIVE PACKAGE SERVICE*  In response to recent studies which evidence that intensive, repetitive (high dosage) therapy can significantly enhance rehabilitation outcomes, we are able to... read more

    26/11/2019