Comprehensive rehabilitation is offered in the Otwock and Krakow centers on an outpatient basis.
An individualized rehabilitation package may include functional physiotherapy and physical therapy treatments at a frequency appropriate to the patient’s physical capabilities.
Ambulatory rehabilitation takes place after an initial physiotherapeutic or medical consultation conducted at the center. We provide treatments and specialized programs after stroke, trauma, surgery, amputation and in neurological, orthopedic, rheumatological and urological conditions.
A program of daily comprehensive rehabilitation of post-traumatic and post-operative injuries, conducted by an experienced team of physiotherapists. Individual selection of methods and sets of exercises to eliminate dysfunctions of the patient’s musculoskeletal system.
A 1-person hyperbaric chamber of the latest generation, using hyperbaric oxygen therapy – a non-invasive therapeutic method of delivering 100% oxygen under increased pressure even to the dormant cells of the body, allowing them to be oxygenated and thus slowing down the aging process.
This is the world’s most widely used method of brain stimulation, based on the use of magnetic fields and the phenomenon of electromagnetic induction to precisely neuromodulate the neuronal activity of the brain.
The apparatus produces short magnetic pulses with a power comparable to that of magnetic resonance, which painlessly penetrate brain tissue to a depth of about 3-4 cm, inducing the so-called depolarization current in neurons.
In this way, we can stimulate the activity of the cerebral cortex in the stimulated area and, by means of transsynaptic modulation, influence the activity of neighboring brain structures. The indications for using the rTMS method are not closed only to the treatment of depression.
A 1-person cryogenic chamber designed for individual systemic cryotherapy treatments, during which blood and lymph circulation in the body increases.
This speeds up metabolism and increases tonus, so that we move more efficiently. Temperature during treatment: from -100 to -160 degrees Celsius.
CRYO SYSTEM KRIOSAN
pain and anti-inflammatory therapy
SIS SUPER INDUCTIVE STIMULATION
muscle stimulation, joint mobilization, accelerated wound healing
LOW FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELD
reduction of pain and inflammation
HIGH ENERGY LASER
analgesic and anti-inflammatory therapy
PNEUMATIC LYMPHATIC MASSAGE
regeneration of the body and muscle relaxation of the whole body
UPPER LIMBS WHIRLPOOL
upper limb muscle relaxation
LOWER LIMBS WHIRLPOOL
lower limbs muscle relaxation
Revalidation activities are carried out in the Room are aimed at polysensory stimulation, stimulating the senses, triggering the activity of those undergoing therapy, increasing their ability to establish and maintain contact with their caregiver, as well as fostering emotional tranquility, alleviating stress, relaxation, relaxation, enhancing a sense of security. This becomes possible thanks to a variety of interactive, sensory-stimulating devices and the special atmosphere prevailing during therapy.
INDIVIDUAL CONSULTATIONS, THERAPY, DIAGNOSIS
In the process of diagnosis, the neuropsychologist determines cognitive difficulties and their impact on the patient’s daily functioning. He tries to select appropriate forms of therapeutic management, including both neuropsychological therapy and actions within the patient’s environment in terms of ways of communicating with the patient, the degree to which caregivers assist in daily activities, the organization of the day and the space around the patient.
Diagnosis and therapy of disorders of neurological origin:
language (aphasia), speech (dysarthria, apraxia of speech, neurogenic stuttering, etc.), voice, swallowing (dysphagia), and assistance with other problems.
The goal of therapy is to expand the vocabulary, improve the motor skills of the speech apparatus, improve the quality of language function, and develop alternative behaviors for communicating with the environment. Neurologopedic therapy includes, among other things, exercises of respiratory-phonatory-articulatory coordination, the patient works on deepening inhalation, lengthening exhalation, which translates into articulation and improvement of the patient’s functions.