Welcome to RehabSwift Stroke Rehab Clinic!

We Pioneer Precision Stroke Rehabilitation.

Our flagship Stroke Rehab Clinic operates out of ThincLab, The University of Adelaide, South Australia.





Program Layout

Program Funding

Location & Carpark

Free Parking at Wilson Parking (251 North Terrace) has been reserved for our clients next to our Stroke Rehab Clinic.


Rehab Clinic
The premises has an inclusive cafe with accessible seating. Great coffee and all food made in-house!




A brain-computer interface (BCI) is a system that records signals from the brain and converts them into actions in the real world, such as controlling a prosthetic limb. Non-invasive BCIs use electrodes placed on the scalp to establish a direct connection between the brain and a computer. This technology allows individuals with disabilities to regain lost sensory and movement functions through the principle of neuroplasticity.

Neuroplasticity is the ability of the brain to change and reorganize itself in response to new experiences and environments. This includes the formation of new neural connections and the strengthening of existing ones.

Neuroplasticity allows the brain to adapt to new situations and learn new information, and it also plays a role in recovery from injury or disease. In rehabilitation therapists often use exercises and other interventions to promote neuroplastic changes that can help improve function and reduce symptoms.

When it comes to recovery of arm and hand movement, neuroplasticity can be a powerful tool. By using brain-computer interfaces, people can practice new movements and retrain their brains. Over time, this repetition can lead to neuroplastic changes in the brain that allow for improved arm and hand function. Brain-computer interfaces are a promising tool in rehabilitation, as they allow people to work on their movements in a new and engaging way, promoting neuroplastic changes that can lead to better function and recovery.

The RehabSwift program has been proven to provide significant benefits for individuals recovering from arm and hand impairments after stroke. Our clinical trials and research have shown that stroke survivors  experienced improved movement and sensation in their affected arm and hand. Additionally, many participants have reported enhanced cognition following the program. These benefits are the result of the program’s unique combination of cutting-edge technology, personalised rehabilitation plans, and a commitment to providing the best possible care for stroke survivors.

The RehabSwift program stands out from other stroke rehabilitation solutions in several key ways. Firstly, our program incorporates the latest in brain-computer interface technology, allowing for a highly personalised and interactive experience for each patient. Secondly, our program is based on the principle of neuroplasticity, meaning that we focus on retraining the brain to promote long-term recovery and improved function. Lastly, our team of experts are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care and support for each and every stroke survivor. These factors, combined with our commitment to ongoing research and development on new stroke recovery solutions, set the RehabSwift program apart as a world leader in the field of precision rehabilitation.”

To be eligible for this service, you should:

– Have experienced a stroke

– Have arm/hand mobility restrictions

– Not have complete contracture of arm/hand on restricted side

– Have the cognitive capacity to comprehend and follow instructions

– Have the commitment to attend all sessions

If you are interested in learning more about our services, you may first check if you qualify for our services here! We will then be in touch to organise a free phone call with Dr Sam Darvishi for you.

If you have a client interested in knowing more about our personalised stroke rehabilitation solutions, please visit the referrals page on our website.

You may also download our Clinician Brochure here.