intensive neuro therapies

is Melbourne’s specialised neuro rehab service that is redefining how therapy is delivered.

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Hello, and welcome to a new journey.

Harnessing the power of neuroplasticity and our deep understanding of the brain, we help people with neurological and vestibular conditions move more easily and enjoy a better quality of life.

Research suggests that intensity of therapy and practice is one of many ingredients to a successful rehabilitation program. With our skilled and approachable therapists, we can maximise recovery in conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, acquired brain injury and spinal cord injury, using a blend of evidence-based practice and expert clinical reasoning.

Unlike other services, we don’t just “do” therapy – but encourage you to participate, learn and explore, so we can have a dialogue about what matters to you and how to make it happen.

Enquire now about our clinic or home-based consultations, and learn about what makes us so holistic and successful.

right here to you.

Our therapists stay abreast of international neuroscience evidence to bring you the best out there,

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Want to understand how we do
things differently?

At Klint, we can to listen to you from the very beginning. So whether you leave your details or give us a call, you will speak to one of our friendly neurological physiotherapists who will walk you through the process, and help you get what you need.

  • 0434 313 897
  • 4/544 Hampton St, Hampton VIC 3188
  • 380 Springvale Rd, Forest Hill VIC 3131
  • 70 Yarra St, Heidelberg VIC 3084