Liverpool Hospital
Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit

Spasticity Management Service

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What is the SMS?

The Spasticity Management Service (SMS) provides spasticity management and neuro-rehabilitation for adults with chronic neurological deficits and spasticity. The SMS is an outpatient service for adults with spasticity from any cause who reside in the South Western Sydney Local Health District.

We are based in the Liverpool Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit, but also see patients at Braeside Hospital. The team comprises rehabilitation physicians, physiotherapists and occupational therapists. There is access to a neurologist and an orthopaedic surgeon as needed. The service provides access to treatment for spasticity including the use of oral medications, physical therapy, botulinum toxin injections, intra-thecal Baclofen, orthotics and surgery in some cases. The service is patient centred, designing treatment to meet individualised goals and address quality of life issues for patients and their carers.


A referral to the Spasticity Management Service can be made by filling out an online referral form. 

Please fax or email the completed form together with a GP referral addressed to the Spasticity Management Service

Fax: 02 9828 5497

Contact Details

Postal Address


C/O—Liverpool Brain Injury Unit
Locked Bag 7103


9828 5495


9828 5497

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