UHN Rehabilitation Solutions


989 Derry Road East Suite 200MississaugaOntarioL5T 2J8Canada View Map


(905) 564-6872


(905) 564-5203


UHN Rehabilitation Solutions, a program at the University Health Network, is a recognized leading provider and researcher of musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation and disability management. Every day our organization provides a variety of services to people who have been injured as a result of a car accident, work related incident or who are on disability benefits and are not able to lead healthy and productive lives. Therefore we are very familiar with the social and economic costs of injury and disability. To counter these costs, our Vision is to ensure a safe and timely return to work or productive lifestyle. Recently our organization has expanded site location to include Mississauga and Cambridge. This has enabled us to provide our specialty services closer to where our clients live and work. In addition to providing clinical care, our clinicians and researchers conduct leading edge research, as well as participate in the education and training of the next generation of health professionals. In 2006, our organization was awarded a research infrastructure grant from the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. This award has helped establish a unique research center ~ Center for Research in Disability Outcomes (CREIDO). CREDIO has enabled the development of an international center focused on advancing treatment for injured workers. This activity ensures that we are continuously improving the clinical qualities and customer satisfaction of our services, while adding to the knowledge of our most important resource - our people!Choosing UHN Rehabilitation Solutions means that you are selecting one of Canada's most renowned health care providers. We have a great collaborative spirit and are seeking to embark on creating strong relationships with all our clients and customers. Let us work together so that we can enable you to achieve your goals!

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