Over the years, we’ve helped thousands of Australians improve their lives through genuine understanding and respect.
Collaborative and inclusive, our personalised process helps tailor individual outcomes by applying innovative thinking, evidence-based approaches, and best practice to deliver client-centred outcomes. We’re all about, you.
Our service philosophy
Rehab Management’s standard practice is to take a whole-person approach to services. We consider not only the injured worker’s physical or mental health condition but the person as a whole, including the biological and psychological barriers and the social environment and constraints. We consider social factors that may present barriers to a person’s return to work or independence and work closely with all relevant stakeholders to find solutions.
Our success in adopting a bio-psychosocial approach has been proven in RTW outcomes achieved across a wide variety of industries and frameworks.
Health Benefits of Good Work (HBGW)
Did you know that, for most people, work is actually good for physical and mental health, enhancing general health and wellbeing?
Research shows that the overall beneficial effects of work outweigh the risks, including:
- Providing financial security
- Giving structure to work days
- Ensuring physical activity is undertaken on a daily basis
- Providing workers a sense of social inclusion and contributing to their families
- Decreasing the likelihood of engaging in risky behaviour
It’s also not necessary to wait until you’re 100% recovered before returning to work. Work is actually a crucial part of rehabilitation to be able to make a full recovery.
Rehab Management is an industry signatory to the Australasian Faculty of Occupational & Environmental Medicine’s Consensus Statement.
The purpose of the consensus statement is to bring together a wide range of stakeholder signatories, who each affirm the importance of work as a determinant of health and commit to:
- Promoting awareness of the health benefits of good work;
- Offering support and encouragement to those attempting to access the health benefits of good work;
- Encouraging employers’ continuing support of workers’ occupational health; and
- Advocating for continuous improvement in public policy around work and health, in line with the principles articulated in the consensus statement. Learn More