Complex injuries refer both to multiple injuries such as orthopaedic, amputations, traumatic brain injury and internal injuries, and to injury to an individual with an existing diagnosis, for example, mild brain injury to a person with schizophrenia. Knowledge and experience in multiple areas is therefore required by the service providers in order to provide adequate care, even if every diagnosis is not directly treated. It is well known that not all complex injury files are designated catastrophic according to insurance regulations. Nevertheless, many require extensive therapeutic intervention by a variety of disciplines and close liaison with speciality clinics at The Rehabilitation Centre. The files therefore also require team communication and problem solving to facilitate progress. Community, work and educational reintegration may be required.