Hobbs Rehabilitation and The RFU Injured Players Foundation
Hobbs Rehabilitation, together with the Injured Players Foundation, provides specialist neurological rehabilitation to individuals who have been injured while playing rugby for an RFU affiliated club.
Our team of specialist clinicians are able to provide intensive inpatient rehabilitation at our centre at Oaksey House in Lambourn, as well as outpatient rehabilitation at any of our Hobbs Rehabilitation centres in the South of England or those affiliated to Hobbs.
Rehabilitation is fundamental to help individuals to maximise on their potential recovery and independence . Together they promote a positive ethos enabling the Client to adapt to their new situation. The Injured Players Foundation offers support and information throughout this period, and together with Hobbs Rehabilitation allows individuals to work towards their goals to achieve their maximal functional potential. This allows subsequent integration into communities and empowers individuals to lead a full, independent, meaningful life.
"Hobbs Rehabilitation's link with the Rugby Football Union's Injured Players Foundation saw me referred to Helen Hobbs and her team after 5 months in hospital after my spinal cord injury. I count myself extremely lucky to be able to work with Helen and her fantastic team of neurological physiotherapists who are all professional, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend them to anybody. Simply fantastic!"