Rehab case studies

Instability of the Ankle – GP Education Article

  An ankle that feels loose or weak, and is prone to “giving way”, is defined as being unstable. Instability is most commonly the result of having torn one or more ligaments on the outside (lateral aspect) of the ankle. However, it can also result from torn or weak peroneal tendons, or deformity, when the […]

New Day Program Rehabilitation services on offer

Due to the growing popularity of our Rehabilitation Day Programs, we are excited to announce the opening of our brand new gym this week, to cater for the demand. This expansion allows us to better accommodate our patients, being twice the size of the previous one, and provide them with a comfortable and conducive environment […]

Update on Metabolic Disease and treatment pathways – GP Education Event

Lakeview Private Hospital and Circle of Care will be hosting a GP Education Event on the 1st August 2023. This event is to educate GP’s in the latest in metabolic conditions and their management options, as well as obesity management in this context.

Day Program Case Study: Six weeks of knee reconditioning

Jayne was a recent patient at Lakeview Private Hospital who had a knee replacement under Dr Roger Brighton. Following surgery she started her rehabilitation as an inpatient before being discharged. She then continued her rehabilitation as a patient in our Day Program.

Give your patients access to the best Rehabilitation facilities in Western Sydney

Providing orthopaedic and reconditioning inpatient and outpatient services, Lakeview Private Hospital Rehabilitation boasts a fully equipped gym, a large hydrotherapy pool, and the combined expertise of the best medical professionals – all set in a peaceful, modern environment.

Lakeview Private Hospital Rehabilitation patient treks Kokoda Track

When Peter Milne’s son was a teenager he promised him they would walk the Kokoda Track together. This goal, however seemed to fade due to a torn acetabular labrum cartilage in his left hip which caused a severely worn hip joint.

Advances in technology and early rehabilitation enhance recovery for total hip replacement patients

Sydney Norwest Gastroenterology, located at Lakeview Private Hospital, has acquired a FibroScan 530 – the latest liver elastography device that in many cases replaces invasive liver biopsies and gives the most reliable and up-to-date liver stiffness (fibrosis) and CAP (steatosis) readings.