Regina Gordon

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Occupational Therapist

Northern Rivers

  • Aids and equipment assessments
  • Fine motor skills development
  • Functional capacity assessments and reports
  • Works with adults
  • Works with children

We’re excited to have Regina Gordon in the Northern Rivers Therapy Pro team, offering occupational therapy assessments and interventions to clients in this region of NSW.

Professionally, Regina has supported people reach their day to day needs and goals, safely, since 2005.

She’s also the proud mother of four independent young adults and has the lived experience that comes with raising a child with a physical disability, and supporting his passions and interests, along with those of the other kids.

As a Therapy Pro occupational therapist, Regina is available to support and build confidence in clients with disability to perform daily living tasks and everyday skills like dressing, cooking, eating and moving around safely, so they can participate in a meaningful and connected life. Regina can help children achieve developmental milestones such as fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination and work with children with autism to improve their sensory processing to help them perform daily activities.

She brings significant professional experience in the areas of injury management and functional capacity assessment, fatigue management and chronic pain management.

Regina has a deep understanding and interest in mental health and is very familiar with complex case presentations.

Regina  can access and prescribe aids and equipment (e.g. walking aids, wheelchairs and scooters), and make recommendations for minor home modifications.

A James Cook University graduate, Regina now lives on a macadamia farm in the Byron hinterlands and enjoys exploring the local national parks.


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