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Mild traumatic brain injury referrals

Guiding principles for General Practitioners

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) is a complex injury with a broad spectrum of symptoms and disabilities. It is defined as an alteration in brain function, or other evidence of brain pathology caused by external force (see article in link “Traumatic brain injury – support for injured people and their carers”).

MTBI following closed head injury is estimated to comprise 70–90% of all hospital-treated adult traumatic brain injuries. The negative impacts of MTBI can involve adverse cognitive, physical and behavioural symptoms, which impact on an individual’s activities and participation in life roles. Allied health follow up can be provided for MTBI patients who have ongoing symptoms impacting their daily life and meet CSRT Referral requirements (PDF, 180KB).

Note: for children under the age of 16 years old please refer to the paediatric web page for further information on where to refer for follow-up services.

Referral requirements

Please include the allied health referral requirements when making a referral.

How to submit referrals

Service EnquiriesFax  
Community Services
Rehabilitation Team

Intake Officer: (07) 5370 3593
or Mobile: 040879064

(07) 5470 5642

Accepts referrals via eReferral (preferred method) or fax

Allied Health Outpatient Services | contact details

Address: The intake officer
Community Services Rehabilitation Team (CSRT)
Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service
Enquiries: (07) 5370 3593 or 040879064 – the referral information including fax numbers is enclosed in the links below.

GP resources
G.P. eReferrals

GP referral templates

G.P. Resources

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Last updated: 9 April 2015