Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise
One-one-one and group sessions for people recovering from a cardiac procedure or who have been diagnosed with a heart condition.
Cardiac rehabilitation usually starts in hospital, but continues after you’ve left under the close supervision of our Cardiac Nurse, Exercise Physiologist and Physiotherapist.
Cardiac rehabilitation can be daunting, but it is safe and your program will be suited to your ability.
It is an important part of your recovery to keep you out of hospital and reduce your risk of death from heart conditions.
Osteoarthritis Exercise Group
This group is for people with hip or knee osteoarthritis symptoms, and consists of education and an individual exercise program developed by your Physiotherapist and Exercise Physiologist.
This has been shown to reduce pain and stiffness in your knee and hip joints, as well as improve your function so you can continue to do the things you enjoy.
Orbost Regional Health's Accredited Practising Dietitians are qualified experts in human nutrition recognised by the Australian Medicare system.
A Dietitian can assist people of all ages to maintain their best possible health in order to to prevent illness, treat specific conditions or slow progression of chronic diseases.
The ORH physical rehabilitation team is trained to work with you to manage pain, increase movement and mobility and support you to keep yourself well across the whole life span, promoting education and self-management.
Our physical rehabilitation team consists of an Exercise Physiologist, Physiotherapist and Occupational Therapist who can provide information and treatment for a variety of issues.