Role Summary: Rehabilitation Providers

A. Richey

Rehabilitation providers are multidisciplinary organisations which employ professionals from a range of health disciplines.

These might include occupational therapists, psychologists, rehabilitation counsellors, social workers, exercise physiologists and physiotherapists. They interact with the worker, and with the employer and the insurer. What do they do? Rehabilitation providers consider the nature of the injury and its associated issues.  They identify any barriers in the worker’s return to work, and develop the most appropriate strategi...

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