We adopt an outcome focussed, collaborative approach to assist individuals to achieve the earliest and safest possible rehabilitation and return to work.
Requiring specialist skills and training, this service focusses on achieving the best possible outcome by providing a durable and sustainable rehabilitation and return to work program based on medical condition and future working capacity.
People with chronic health conditions have different needs to those with acute health problems such as a broken limb or a strained muscle. The most effective way to manage chronic conditions is a collaborative approach between the individual, their doctor and health professionals.
Our allied health team consisting of experienced physiotherapists and occupational therapists is able to provide a range of allied health services.
Essential training in mental health, wellbeing and resilience and workforce development delivered by qualified trainers and consultants to assist individuals and organisations to build a healthy workplace culture.
Back on Track is a unique program that utilises the skills and expertise of occupational therapists who specialise and are qualified in Mental Health and meet the Australian Competency Standards for Occupational Therapists in Mental Health.
Delivered by nb&a group’s accredited Master Trainer, Mental Health First Aid Training is the initial assistance given in a mental health crisis before medical treatment can be obtained.
An individually tailored treatment process delivered by a physiotherapist, graded motor imagery aims to give back flexibility and creativity to the brain for specific chronic pain states.
The Health on Site Consultancy Program aims to educate and empower individuals to take responsibility for their health through personalised health action plans which are developed in consultation with the individual and supported by the employer.
Mental Health Task Analysis provides individuals, employers, case managers and treating health professionals with valuable information about the environment and the demands of tasks from a mental health and cognitive perspective.
Freedom to Move Pain Education is nb&a group’s unique pain education program. Freedom to Move is based on the principles of David Butler and Lorimer Moseley’s research on the neuroscience of pain and the book 'Explain Pain'.
Specialising in the delivery of exercise testing and prescription of services for the prevention and management of chronic injuries and disabilities.
nb&a rehab offers comprehensive and supported rehabilitation services through all phases of job seeking.
Using Acceptance and Commitment Theory principles, Adjusting to Change assists individuals in their preparedness for change of employment, from pre injury to new employment.