Outpatient Services and Community Programs
Some outpatient services offered through the Regional Rehabilitation Program are community based programs.
Care We Provide
- Amputee Medical Day Service
- Complex Adult Wheelchair and Seating
- Hand Clinic
- Outpatient Rehab for stroke, spinal cord injury, and acquired brain injury populations
- Comprehensive Spasticity Management Program
- Pulmonary Function Clinic
- Respiratory Outpatient Services
Comprehensive Spasticity Management Program
Regional Rehabilitation Centre, Level 1
Phone: 905-521-2100 ext. 40803
The goal of the Comprehensive Spasticity Management Program is improve the quality of care for patients challenged with spasticity. Treatments are based on the specific needs and goals of each patient. The interdisciplinary team includes, physiatry, nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy and orthotics.
Spasticity Management Brochure
Spasticity Management Program Referral Form
Hospital main line: 905-521-2100
Clinic Phone: ext. 40918
Intake Office: ext. 40806
Location: Level 1, South
The hydrotherapy team: The team consists of 2 Occupational/Physiotherapist Assistants (OTA/PTA) who work with physiotherapists to provide a water program that meets the specific needs of the patient.
Patients served: Regional Rehabilitation Centre inpatients or outpatients with spinal cord injury or other neurological condition, stroke, amputation, musculoskeletal or acquired brain injury.
Services: The pool is a warm water hydrotherapy pool which is 92-96 degrees Fahrenheit with a depth range from 0.9 metres to 1.4 metres deep. The pool is accessible by ramp, stairs, deck lift and ceiling lift.
Your first visit: Please check in at reception before proceeding to the pool area. On your first visit to the pool you should bring a towel, swimsuit and water shoes. You may want to bring a lock for the lockers in the change room. Please shower at home before arriving for your appointment. Your appointment is one hour in length which includes changing time. Your time in the water is between 30 to 45 minutes in length.
Please note: Bowel and bladder issues must be resolved or managed on a routine before the patient can participate in the pool program. If blood pressure requires monitoring the family physician must provide a written note authorizing the program. Patients with any open areas on their skin cannot participate in the pool program.
Respiratory Clinic for Spinal Cord Injuries and Neuromuscular Disorders
Phone number: 905-521-2100- ext 40801
Fax number: 905-577-8233
Hours of operation
Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. by appointment
Doctor referral is required.
Check in at the Regional Rehab Centre reception desk.
We can help with your breathing and provide expertise in the following areas: noninvasive ventilation, bipap, breathstacking, pulmonary function testing, cough assist device, ventilator equipment pool and tracheostomy care.
Keeping your lungs healthy
Going home with a tracheostomy
Breath stacking video
Urology Secretary: ext. 40802
Check in at the regional rehab reception area.
Urodynamics is a bladder test to determine the bladder’s reaction to the filling accommodation and emptying of fluid. This helps in the diagnosis and treatment of bladder dysfunction.