Helping you achieve your goals
Circle Rehabilitation offers a wide range of private healthcare services to the general public. We help people with neurological and musculoskeletal (bones & joints) rehabilitation needs as well as people recovering from COVID-19, living with or beyond Cancer, Cardiac conditions, issues with pain, and help with general mobility.
Our private healthcare team builds on the expertise of hundreds of consultants already working in Circle hospitals. Our dedicated rehabilitation team at Circle Rehabilitation includes specialist doctors, clinical psychologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, rehabilitation nurses, speech therapists and dietitians, who all work closely together in what we call a multi-disciplinary team.
If you or a loved one choose to have your rehabilitation at Circle Rehabilitation, we’ll always start with your end goals in mind. We’re passionate about helping you to get back to doing the things you love, helping you to continually meet and exceed your long-term goals.
Our private health packages are always tailored around you, so there’s no one-size-fits-all approach. If you need speech therapy combined with emotional support in coping with an illness, we’ll make sure you get a package of care quickly to get your treatment started.
At Circle Rehabilitation, we believe that the latest technology, combined with an expert team, is fundamental in providing the best private rehabilitation. We've invested in the very best equipment which we firmly believe will help you achieve your short term, and long term, goals.
The latest technology to aid your recovery
We understand that being diagnosed with a neurological disorder can feel daunting - for you as the patient and much as for the people around you.
As well as assisting rehabilitation for patients recovering from neurological surgery, our teams help patients who have other medical neurological conditions.
Some people have conditions which come on suddenly, like having a stroke, an acquired brain injury or a spinal cord injury.
Others experience intermittent and unpredictable conditions, like epilepsy, chronic fatigue syndrome (also known as myalgic encephalomyelitis, ME), or the early stages of multiple sclerosis.
Neurological conditions also include progressive illnesses, like motor neurone disease, Parkinson’s disease or advanced Multiple sclerosis. People also live with neurological conditions which have stabilised, like cerebral palsy or post-polio syndrome.
Effective rehabilitation and ongoing management of a condition can help improve quality of life and provide reassurance and knowledge for friends and families to help and support too.Discover more
Bones, joints and muscles
Whether you have had an injury, are regaining strength following an operation, are feeling pain, or are training for your next marathon - Circle Rehabilitation in Birmingham can help you.
Our team of specialist rehabilitation consultants, physiotherapists and specialist therapists can work with you to set your healthcare objectives, and support you towards achieving them.
You may be experiencing pain - many people suffer with low back pain, hip pain, shoulder pain, joint pain, elbow pain and sciatica, while others experience a condition called fibromyalgia syndrome, which is a long-term condition causing pain throughout the body. You may have swollen or painful joints: arthritis is a common condition caused by pain and inflammation in knees, hips, fingers and other joints, and can be both debilitating as well as painful.
Our pain clinic can help. At our private rehabilitation centre in Birmingham, we also help people recover from a wide range of sporting injuries, with our specialist sports injury clinic. You may have had a rotator cuff injury, sprained ankle, fracture, or any one of a number of other injuries. You may be training for your next marathon and want to optimise your performance. Whatever you need, our specialist team can help you.Discover more
Treatment during or after cancer surgery
Our Circle Rehabilitation Centre in Birmingham has a specialised oncology clinic for people who are preparing to have, are having, or have had treatment for cancer and need some extra support for their physical and emotional wellbeing.
You may have questions about how you are feeling now and what it will be like in the future. If you are having problems with your mobility, feeling weak, having trouble sleeping or feeling tired, feeling overwhelmed, or unsure about nutrition or exercise then we may be able to help.
Everyone’s experience is different. Whether you are having, or have had, surgery for cancer, radiotherapy or chemotherapy, immunotherapy or any other intervention, we can put together a programme for you around your own goals.
Our cancer rehabilitation team is made up of specialists who have the expertise to help you improve your
mobility, increase your confidence, cope with stress and anxiety and form a plan for your next steps.
Helping you get back to work
Perhaps you are self-employed and losing income, your team may be feeling the effect of you being away, or perhaps you are frustrated at how long it is taking for you to feel better.
Whatever the reason, our team at Circle Rehabilitation, Birmingham, will help you develop a programme to help get you back to work.
You may need physiotherapy after an operation, or help to boost your recovery after an illness.
Or, especially if you have been off work for some time, the thought of returning to work may feel daunting. We have a medically-led team of private physiotherapists, nurses, occupational therapists, dietitians, psychologists and other healthcare professionals, and a large range of state-of-the-art equipment and therapies that can help you.Discover more
Some extra time to recover after a stay in hospital
If you have had an operation or have recovered from an illness in hospital, but feel you would benefit from some extra time to regain your strength, then a few extra days with the Circle Rehabilitation post-admission team may be exactly what you need.
You may be medically fit to be discharged from hospital but there could be factors that are worrying you about going home.
This could be concern about pressure on friends and family members, a loss of confidence about looking after yourself, or the feeling that you are just not quite right yet.
You could benefit from some additional time in a hospital setting, where you can work with a team of professionals who can help you during the transition between being a hospital inpatient and being back home.
At Circle Rehabilitation, we can look after you and form a rehabilitation plan with you which will build your confidence, your strength and your stability so that you can return home safely and independently.Discover more
Getting back to normal following recovery from COVID-19 (coronavirus)
Some people who have recovered from Covid-19 are finding it is taking them more time than they thought to return to health. Sometimes this does not show up until weeks or months after recovery.
Some report extreme tiredness, sleeplessness, feeling out of breath, and taking longer to complete tasks than they used to.
For others, the impact of COVID-19 have left them with feelings of anxiety, mental trauma and feeling muddled. This is difficult not only for the patient but also for their families, colleagues and the people who rely on them.
It is estimated that up to half the people who have recovered from COVID-19 will experience follow-on symptoms and would benefit from rehabilitation. Our team of specialist rehabilitation consultants and healthcare staff in our COVID-19 Recovery Team can work with you on a plan towards getting you back to normal.
While some patients may benefit from an extended hospital stay, supported by a multi-disciplinary team of doctors, therapists and psychologists, most people can be supported to recover at home.Discover more
For people living with a heart condition, or who need help recovering from a heart attack or surgery
Circle Rehabilitation Birmingham offers a specialised clinic for people who are living with a heart condition, or who are recovering from heart surgery or a heart attack.
We’re here to help you live life to the fullest, accelerating your recovery and helping you get back to doing the things you love.
We can help you with your physical recovery or coping with your physical condition, while also helping you make good lifestyle choices to improve your overall heart health. Everyone’s experience is different, and we will put together a bespoke treatment programme for every person, tailored to your individual needs and goals.
We have a medically-led team of private physiotherapists, nurses, occupational therapists, dietitians, and other healthcare professionals, and a large range of state-of-the-art equipment and therapies. We can help you improve your mobility, devise an exercise schedule which is optimised for you, increase your confidence, cope with stress and anxiety and form a plan for your next steps.Discover more
Imagine an 80-year-old grandfather with a fractured hip.
The chances of him returning home to his loved ones after spending 19 days in an acute hospital, where he is more likely to become immobilised, are greatly diminished, and he’s more likely to need to enter a nursing home.
Imagine the same grandfather transferred after four days from the acute hospital to a rehabilitation centre. There, he receives more than three hours every day of intensive therapy with the latest technology, and is cared for by a medical, nursing and therapist team who can also treat other conditions he may have. This grandfather will be far more likely to return to home rather than to a nursing home.
We fundamentally believe everyone deserves to be able to live independently in their own home, wherever possible. Our aim is to help our patients achieve this quicker with our large scale private rehabilitation hospitals.
Hear from Ede, a stroke patient who recovered after care at Circle Rehabilitation.
Circle’s rehabilitation services are built around proven, evidence-based models of rehabilitation.
At Circle Rehabilitation, your rehabilitation will be in one of our state-of-the-art private centres in Birmingahm or Reading with all the services you’ll need under one roof. Alongside our dedicated rehabilitation team, we have private consultants working across dozens of specialties working all year round. What’s more, we have a wide range of tests and scans available on-site if needed, minimising any delays to your treatment.
Circle Rehabilitation, Birmingham is ideally placed in the West Midlands for people in Birmingham, Coventry, Wolverhampton, Dudley, Stoke, Shrewsbury, Worcester and beyond.
Enjoy more home comforts when you stay with us:
- Private, en-suite room
- Use of our exclusive patient recreational area including lounge, kitchenette and roof top terrace (coming soon).
- Guest bed so a partner or parent can stay overnight (please contact us for costs)
- Unrestricted visiting hours
- Free 24 hour car parking for family and friends
- Free Wi-Fi
- The latest technology and equipment
- Delicious, nutritious meals prepared to your needs
- Unique rehabilitation ward with patient lounge
- Unlimited complimentary tea and coffee for you and your family
- TV available in your room
- Appetising menu prepared by our Michelin star trained chef and his team (food for family and friends at an additional cost).
- On-site service to arrange additional amenities, often at discounted rates. Services available upon request, subject to availability. Please speak to your clinical team for more information.
We would love to help you with your recovery at Circle Rehabilitation, whether at our centre of excellence in Birmingham or at one of more than 50 clinics across our UK network. Let us assist you to create a bespoke package tailored around your needs.
For a no-obligation chat about your options, or to book an initial assessment, please call the Circle Rehabilitation team on 0800 096 3236 or email email@example.com