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Dr Sarah Anderson MBBS, MPH, FAFRM (RACP)

PM Physical Medicine Rehabilitation

About Dr Sarah Anderson

Dr Sarah Anderson is a Rehabilitation Medicine physician who was granted Fellowship of the Australasian Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine in January 2021.

Dr Anderson trained in Brisbane. She has experience with stroke/neurorehabilitation, amputee rehabilitation, spinal cord injury rehabilitation, mild to moderate brain injury rehabilitation, orthopaedic rehabilitation, and reconditioning.

Her areas of interest are orthopaedic rehabilitation, neurorehabilitation and reconditioning.

Dr Anderson's Services


Dr Anderson consults privately from the North West Private Hospital Specialist Centre (Suite 6), seeing a wide variety of outpatients with rehabilitation needs.

Day Rehabilitation

Dr Anderson is connected with the North West Day Rehabilitation Unit and can refer appropriate persons for multidisciplinary Day Hospital programs inclusive of a number of allied health disciplines.

A Teacher

She is actively involved in teaching medical students, junior doctors, and rehabilitation medicine advanced trainees, holding the academic title of Associate Lecturer with the University of Queensland.

Prescribe Specialist Group

19 Longland Street, NEWSTEAD, QLD 4006

North West Private Hospital

Suite 6, North West Private Hospital, 137 Flockton Street EVERTON PARK QLD 4053

Contact Details

Consulting From

Suite 6, North West Private Hospital
137 Flockton Street, EVERTON PARK QLD 4053

Prescribe Specialist Group
19 Longland Street, NEWSTEAD QLD 4006

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07 3184 3684

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Frequently Asked Questions

Rehabilitation Medicine is the diagnosis, assessment and management of an individual with a disability due to illness or injury. Rehabilitation physicians work with people to help them achieve an optimal level of performance and improve their quality of life.

Many conditions can require rehabilitation including musculoskeletal (neck/back pain, arthritis, orthopaedic injury, recurrent falls), neurological (stroke, spinal cord injury, brain injury) or other recent medical/surgical events (reconditioning). The focus of rehabilitation is to restore function.