There is an undeniable synergy in our injury management and rehabilitation processes was deemed highly transferrable to physical demands place on Emergency Service Personnel and other laborious occupations.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have partnered with NSW’s Emergency Services and other industries where laborious activity can place significant demands on the human body, just like our athletes regularly endure!

Besides allowing us to give back to those that serve the community and protect us each and every day; we invite partnered organisations to give injured workers access to the same tools and techniques as our elite athletes, imparting decades of knowledge and empowering them to look after their physical health and rehabilitate any work related injuries.

The Rabbitohs Elite Athlete Rehabilitation Program gives members access to the very same physiotherapists and specialist sports medicine services as our South Sydney Rabbitohs players, meaning they get the very best physical care and rehabilitation programs to get them back on the job after suffering a work-related injury. We acknowledge the inherent occupational dangers our many occupations, particularly our Emergency Services personnel face regularly and unfortunately injuries do occur, which is why this program was designed to allow access to the best-of-the-best elite athlete Rabbitohs’ physiotherapists for top-class, tailored rehabilitation programs for each emergency services participant, our physiotherapists have a combine 35 years’ experience in top level NRL physiotherapy treatment.


Cuan Neyland

Cuan has a Bachelors degree in Exercise Physiology and a Masters in Physiotherapy and SIRA Accredited. Cuan’s work in professional sporting environments includes a stint with Sheffield United FC as a Senior Academy Physiotherapist and the Exeter Chiefs in the Premiership Rugby competition, both in England. Cuan now works with the South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL squad and will be a leading figure in the Emergency Services Rehabilitation program

Eddie Farah

Eddie has been working with the Rabbitohs for over 16 years as the head physiotherapist. Working across various sports in elite level athlete management, his experience includes work with Australian Rugby Union, the NSW Waratahs, and the NSW and Australian Touch Football teams.

All therapists are fully qualified

Cuan Neyland (left), Eddie Farah (right)

Rehab Pathway

The focus of our program is to instil strength and confidence back into our elite emergency service athletes following injury through a progressive rehab timeline with each phase focusing on key aspects of our return-to-work timeline.

ROSA Testing preparation for members of the NSW Police Force


USANA Rabbitohs High Performance Centre – Maroubra

Newly completed in April 2023 this state of the art $25million dollar facility has been specifically designed to cater to needs of elite athletes, for both performance and recovery.

Redfern Oval

Erskineville Oval


Inside the USANA Rabbitohs Centre

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