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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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Our services

Neurological rehabilitation

This is a specialist service for people with a range of neurological conditions such as stroke, head injury and multiple sclerosis. The aim is to enable each patient to achieve maximum quality of life and independence within the limits of any permanent or increasing disability.

The service is provided in two main ways:

  1. inpatients
  2. outreach, outpatients and day hospital patients

Our multidisciplinary team sets client goals for each treatment period and includes therapy services such as Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Speech and Language Therapy.

Prosthetic rehabilitation

Our Prosthetics Service helps people who need a prosthetic limb, providing rehabilitation both at outset and for the rest of that person's life. Care is usually provided on an outpatient basis.

Assistive technology services

Our assistive technology services are mostly provided on an outpatient basis, and encompasses: