Allied Health services for mental & physical wellbeing.

The theme for this year’s Veterans’ Health Week is mental wellness; recognising the importance of good mental health to overall health and wellbeing.

Physical fitness is important as it can help prevent conditions such as heart disease and diabetes, and help you maintain independence as you age. Mental fitness, however, is often overlooked. Including mental dexterity exercises into your daily routine can help you see the benefits of a healthy mind and a healthier body for years to come.

How do we manage mental wellbeing?

At Alliance Rehabilitation, we have a client-centred approach to therapy; Our team help to maximise your engagement in meaningful activities, enhance your quality of life and help you achieve your goals.

We address a range of concerns such as behavioural or emotional, trauma, crisis, adjustment, grief and loss, family conflicts, relationship issues, substance abuse, learning difficulties, attachment issues and social skills for individuals with a variety of conditions.

These also include people who experience mood and anxiety disorders, who have neurological conditions such as acquired and traumatic brain injury, adjustment disorders, eating disorders and developmental difficulties.

Our psychologists & social workers work interprofessionally within the Alliance Rehabilitation team to ensure participants receive a holistic approach during their intensive treatment.

About us

We believe in leading change through a holistic, passionate and team-driven approach to service. We believe that together through collaboration and participation we can achieve great outcomes. From health and wellbeing to disability and support, we provide diverse services, both public and private, to help you achieve your goals and attain quality of life.

Our interdisciplinary team includes: Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Exercise Physiologists, Social Workers, a Neuropsychologist, a Psychologist, Dietitians & Nutritionists, Credentialed Diabetes Educators, Nurses and Allied Health Assistants.

Alliance Rehabilitation has partnered with the Townsville Hospital and Health Service (THHS) to provide a Community Based Rehabilitation Service (CBRS) and is a registered NDIS provider. Services are also provided through DVA, WorkCover, NIISQ, Bulk Billing/Team Care Arrangement (TCA), private health insurance and more.

While based in Townsville, outreach services are provided in Magnetic Island, Palm Island, Ayr, Ingham, Charters Towers, Hughenden and Richmond.