Shepparton Private Hospital
Part of Ramsay Health Care

We provide a number of outpatient day rehabilitation programs designed to assist you in optimising your functional recovery and independence. Our mission is to provide an expert multidisciplinary team environment where you can achieve your rehabilitation goals. We use the latest evidence based practice and quality care, to achieve the optimal outcomes for our program participants in a friendly, supportive environment.

It involves tailored rehabilitation that is delivered either one on one or in a group setting. Day Rehabilitation currently runs two days a week – Wednesday and Thursdays, with more coming soon.

Our Day Programs include:

Orthopaedic Rehabilitation

This program is tailored for patients who;

  • Have undergone joint replacement or spinal injury
  • Have suffered a recent fracture, trauma or injury
  • Have noticed a decline in balance, mobility or have a history of falls effecting safety
  • Need to improve their ability to do everyday activities

Reconditioning Rehabilitation

This program is tailored for patients who;

  • Have recently experienced a flare up of an acute medical illness
  • Have undergone a recent surgical procedure
  • Have had an exacerbation of a chronic medical condition
  • Have noticed a decline or deterioration in function or ability to perform everyday tasks
  • Require treatment to improve strength, balance and endurance
  • May be deconditioned as a result of cancer or following cancer treatment 

Parkinson's Disease Program - Coming soon

Being diagnosed with a complex, chronic condition, such as Parkinson’s disease, can cause stress and confusion for you and your loved ones.

That’s why Ramsay Health Care has implemented a Parkinson’s disease program based on best current evidence.

Find out more about our 10-Week Parkinson’s Program – click here.

Day Rehabilitation Team

Depending on your goals and needs, you may work with team members from the following areas who work in the Day Rehabilitation team.

A physician will oversee your rehabilitation program and monitor your progress in conjunction with other team members.

The physiotherapists will assist you in improving your function and reaching your rehabilitation goals. Physiotherapists use many techniques including manual therapy, exercise prescription, electrotherapy, education and advice to help facilitate recovery and maximise your potential.

The primary focus of our exercise physiologists is to prescribe exercise to assist you in reaching your goals as well as to assist and educate you on managing your future health independently. This may involve advice and education on lifestyle and behavioural change as well as the development of a home exercise program.

Our Occupational Therapists support you to participate in everyday activities and create an individual program to enable you to safely return to your previous lifestyle. Everyday activities, or ‘’occupations’’, can include things such as taking care of yourself or others, domestic tasks, community activities and participating in hobbies or social events.

Our Occupational Therapists focus on what occupations are important to you, any current issues you may have in doing them, and then work with you to ensure you can participate in them.

Your program may consist of individual or group sessions and could include educational or practical skills.


The Allied Health Assistants (AHAs) work closely with the therapists and professional rehabilitation team to supervise and assist with individual and group therapy sessions.

How do I book in?

To attend the Day Rehabilitation Program, we require a referral from a GP or a specialist to one of our Rehabilitation Specialists.

Please ask your GP for a referral at your next appointment. 

Once you have been referred to the program by your specialist, GP or referring hospital, you will be contacted by the program co-ordinator to arrange a suitable starting date.

For general enquiries call (03) 5832 1365

How to make a referral

Referrals can be faxed to 03 5832 1300, emailed to