Neuro-Rehabilitation Equipment

Step into the world of enhanced neurological recovery with Move Mobility's specialized neuro-rehabilitation equipment.

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As a trusted DVA and NDIS approved provider, Move Mobility is committed to offering high-quality neuro-rehabilitation training and equipment, essential for patients recovering from neurological conditions.

Types Neuro-Rehabilitation Equipment

Neuro-rehabilitation equipment plays a crucial role in the recovery and daily life of individuals with neurological conditions. These devices and tools are designed to support therapy, enhance mobility, and promote independence.

Shower Chair

Shower chairs provide stability and safety for children and individuals with neurological conditions during bathing. They reduce the risk of falls and enable users to bathe independently in a seated, secure position.

Over Toilet Aid

These aids are critical for individuals with reduced mobility due to neurological issues. They offer support and safety, making it easier to use the toilet without assistance.

Shower Stool

Similar in form to shower chairs, shower stools offer a secure seating option in the shower, catering to patients who require a stable platform due to balance or coordination issues.

Lift Chair

Lift chairs are essential for individuals with mobility limitations, helping them stand up and sit down with ease. They reduce strain on muscles and joints, providing comfortable support and motion.


A commode offers a convenient toileting device solution for those who cannot easily access the bathroom. It's especially useful for night-time needs or when mobility is significantly limited.

Tipper Kettles

Designed for those with reduced arm strength or dexterity, tipper kettles make pouring hot liquids safer and easier, reducing the risk of burns.

Bath Sponge

Long-handled bath sponges enable individuals with limited mobility to bathe independently, reaching all areas of the patient and body without strain.


Adaptive cutlery is designed with modified handles and grips for easier use by individuals with motor impairments, enhancing their ability to eat independently.

Common Neurological Conditions


Stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of the brain is interrupted, leading to brain tissue damage. Mobility challenges post-stroke vary widely, depending on the stroke's severity and the brain area affected. Common issues include partial paralysis, typically on one side of the body, balance and coordination difficulties, and muscle weakness. These challenges can significantly impact the ability to walk, grasp objects, or perform everyday tasks. Stroke survivors may require assistance with mobility aids like walkers or wheelchairs and might benefit from targeted physical therapy to regain strength and coordination.

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

TBI results from a blow or jolt to the head causing brain dysfunction. Mobility challenges following a TBI can include muscle weakness, balance and coordination problems, and partial or complete paralysis. Fine and gross motor skills may be affected, making it difficult to perform tasks that require hand-eye coordination or to walk without support. Rehabilitation often involves a combination of physical therapy, occupational therapy, cognitive rehabilitation, and the use of mobility aids to improve independence and strength.

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a group of disorders affecting a person’s ability to move and maintain balance and posture. CP is caused by abnormal brain development or damage to the developing brain. Mobility challenges can vary greatly but often include muscle stiffness or floppiness, involuntary movements, and unsteady walking. Some individuals with CP might require assistive devices like walkers or wheelchairs. Occupational and physical therapies are crucial in managing CP, focusing on enhancing mobility and reducing the impact of muscle abnormalities.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

MS is a disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain and between the brain and body. Common mobility challenges include muscle weakness, balance and coordination problems, and fatigue. These issues can lead to difficulties in walking or moving around without assistance. People with MS might use mobility aids like canes or scooters and often benefit from physical therapy to maintain muscle strength and mobility as much as possible.

Each of these conditions presents unique challenges, and the individuals affected by them require personalized care, treatment and equipment to aid their mobility and improve their quality of life.

Caring for Neurological Patients

Caring for those with neurological conditions involves understanding their unique mobility and cognitive challenges. Regular use of rehabilitation equipment and exercises is key to improving motor functions and cognitive skills.

It's important to recognize the specific needs and limitations of individuals with neurological conditions. Providing the right equipment and a supportive environment is crucial for effective neurological rehabilitation.

Choosing the Right Neuro-Rehabilitation Equipment with Move Mobility

Selecting appropriate rehab equipment requires considering the patient’s specific condition and recovery goals. Professional advice from therapists or clinicians can be invaluable in this process.

Discover our range of neuro-rehabilitation equipment online or visit our showrooms in Logan and Robina. Our expert team is ready to assist with selecting the right equipment for your needs. With Australia-wide delivery, we bring quality and convenience to your doorstep.

Move Mobility is dedicated to providing innovative and effective neuro-rehabilitation equipment. Our range is specifically designed to aid recovery, enhance quality of life, and support independence for individuals with neurological conditions. Shop now and take a step towards effective recovery and improved daily living.

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