PROFESSIONAL, COMPREHENSIVE THERAPY

Rehabilitation of people with neurological diseases

Neurological diseases and craniocerebral injuries often pose new challenges for the patient and his environment. In stationary neurorehabilitation, we offer a comprehensive approach to rehabilitation, regardless of the stage of rehabilitation.
The procedure is individually tailored to the patient’s needs and aimed at achieving therapeutic goals that are important to him. In close cooperation with a multidisciplinary medical team, we make effort to maximize the available potential, emphasizing the early start of rehabilitation, a comprehensive approach to the patient and his well-being.

The main goal of neurological rehabilitation in our center as achieving by the patient the highest possible level of self dependence and speeding up his return to family life and work.

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Our philosophy

The Donum Corde Rehabilitation Center presents an interdisciplinary approach – our offer is based on close cooperation between the medical team: a doctor, physiotherapists, nurses, ergotherapists, speech therapists, neuropsychologists, orthopedic technicians and social workers. Thanks to a comprehensive approach, it is possible to achieve maximum effect of the rehabilitation process, as well as to facilitate the rehabilitation management process.

REHABILITATION IS DEDICATED TO PATIENTS:

  • after strokes

  • after craniocerebral injuries

  • with multiple sclerosis

  • with Parkinson’s disease

  • with other neurological diseases

DO YOU KNOW THAT . . .

Neurological diseases

Stroke is a condition associated with sudden brain dysfunction as a result of hemorrhage or ischemia. In most cases the main symptom of stroke is hemiplegia on one side of the body. A large part of stroke patients become wholly or partially dependent on the help of other people, unable to change positions by themselves, sit, stand or walk, dress, use the toilet and carry out many activities of daily living. A very important element in the treatment of stroke is intense neurorehablitation. It supports the patient’s return to full or partial fitness. Thanks to individual therapies, the use of the most modern rehabilitation robots and physical treatments, we can achieve great progress in the functioning of the patient.

Craniocerebral trauma is damage to the brain as a result of a mechanical trauma. This condition causes many neurological symptoms, such as: limb paresis, spasticity, aphasia, epilepsy.

A very important element in the process of treating the condition after craniocerebral trauma is intense neurorehablitation. It supports the patient’s return to full or partial fitness. Thanks to individual therapies, the use of the most modern rehabilitation robots and physical treatments, we can achieve great progress in the functioning of the patient.

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a continually progressive disease of the nervous system characterized by the absence or damage of the myelin fibers of the neurons. This causes incorrect or difficult conduction of nerve impulses. It is an autoimmune disease, which means that, in general, the patient’s neurons are attacked by their own immune system. The first symptoms of MS appear mainly in young people (20-40 years of age) and are characterized by, among others: paralysis of the limbs, visual disturbances, sensory disturbances, disturbances in balance and coordination of movements.

A very important element in the treatment of multiple sclerosis is intense neurorehablitation. It supports the patient’s return to full or partial fitness. Thanks to individual therapies, the use of the most modern rehabilitation robots and physical treatments, we can achieve great progress in the functioning of the patient.

Parkinson’s disease is caused by the death of nerve cells in the brain. Normally, these neurons secrete dopamine, a chemical messenger responsible for transmitting signals between the parts of the brain that are responsible for the work of muscles that depend on our will. Parkinson’s symptoms come and go slowly. At the beginning of the disease, there is slowness of movement, clumsiness in movements, and problems with the handwriting. Mental processes slow down. After some time, imbalance occurs and difficulties in performing simple tasks such as getting up from a chair or bed appear. A very characteristic feature of the disease is the “frozen” symptom – difficulties in initiating and ending a movement.

A very important element in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease is intense neurorehablitation. It supports the patient’s return to full or partial fitness. Thanks to individual therapies, the use of the most modern rehabilitation robots and physical treatments, we can achieve great progress in the functioning of the patient.

MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY, FRIENDLY CONDITIONS

Patient in the centre of attention

  • A qualified team of specialists
  • Comfortable accommodation
  • Rich equipment
  • Modern technologies
  • Full board
  • Access to the pool area
  • Individual approach to the patient
  • 24h care
  • Attractive location

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